VERMONT’S DOMESTIC MIGRATION PATTERNS: A Cause of Social and Economic Differences. Bolduc and Kessel. The Northeastern Geographer. Vol. 7, 2015.
The Workforce Investment Act in Vermont: Participant Outcomes. Kessel. A series of annual studies conducted for the Vermont Department of Labor to measure the impact of the Workforce Investment Act. From 2002 through 2014.
Vermont in transition: A summary of social, economic and environmental trends. Bolduc and Kessel. The Council on the Future of Vermont. 2008.
Pulse of Vermont: Quality of life study. Bolduc and Kessel. The Vermont Business Roundtable. 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2010.
The Curtis Fund Scholarship Program: Perceptions and Outcomes of Recent Scholarship Recipients. Bolduc and Kessel. The Curtis Scholarship Foundation. 201
I live in Shelburne with my wife, Barbara Kessel. Our three sons, Adam, Jonah and Andrew, like many native born young Vermonters, have all moved out of state to pursue careers in law, journalism and teaching. We now have three grandchildren with another one on the way. Much of my time outside of Saint Michael’s is spent reading, playing golf and tennis, gardening, theater and travel.