University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Governor's Institutes of Vermont - Science and Technology



Since 1995, I have worked, both the summer and winter, with motivated Vermont high school students in this wonderful, residential learning program. Each summer, 36 or more Vermont high school students spend 8 days at UVM doing natural science and creating interpretive materials so they can share what they learned with the public. The GIV Winter Institute takes place over a weekend and has evolved from studying snow on Smugglers Notch, in Stowe, VT, to an interdisciplinary intensive workshop on climate change that focusses on students gaining their voice to take action on this pressing issue.
Related Web Page Links
GIV Science and Technology web pages
Governor's Institutes of Vermont web page
Oakledge Park project
Public interpretive signs created by GIV students
Video links related to this project:
video: Oakledge History Project on local news
video: High School Student History Project on Oakledge Park
People Working on this Project
Paul Bierman
Matt Jungers
Jennifer Larsen
Laura Mallard
Kim Marsella
Christine Massey
Lyman Persico
Luke Reusser
Eric Reuter (Butler)

Last modified January 27 2009 02:42 PM

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