Waterman Hall on the UVM Campus Green, overlooking Lake Champlain
Jeff Aronson has a long and prideful history with the University of Vermont. It nurtured his interest in history and expanded his knowledge of the connections between disciplines, cultures, and societies worldwide.
He was an undergraduate [Class of 1969] and graduate student [Class of 1976], with a B.A. and M.A. earned at UVM in History and Diplomatic History/Interamerican Relations.
Jeff worked as an administrator in the Dean's Office, College of Arts and Sciences, from 1972-1987. Thanks to the opportunity presented by the Department of History, Jeff also served as a Lecturer in the Department of History from 1976-1987, teaching courses in Latin American History, the United States and Cuba, The United States and Central America, U.S. History, and Community in Northern New England. Jeff was selected to become a member of the Center for Research in Vermont.
As an Alumni Representative, he is delighted to share his enthusiasm for UVM with prospective students. Click here to contact Jeff with questions about UVM.