Environmental Studies at UVM

ENVS Peer Mentors

Come to our
Peer Mentor Recruitment Party!
Learn about getting more involved in YOUR Environmental Program!

Where: Bittersweet House
When:  Monday, Feb. 13 at 5:00

Enjoy hot teas and City Market appetizers!

We hope to see you there!

The ENVS Peer Mentor Program began as a thesis project by Jacqueline Cardoza ’16. Through shared interests and values, peer mentors foster community, help guide students in their academic and extracurricular engagement, and support students’ professional development. Peer mentors are available to:
 
• mentor students and support staff advisors during registration and add/drop open advising.
• meet informally to befriend and support students in their pursuits. 
• participate in ENVS 195 Academic Planning Workshop panels and activities.
• represent ENVS at events for prospective students.
• host social events for students.

Please feel free to directly contact any mentor listed below!

If you want to become a Peer Mentor, and have taken ENVS 151, or ENVS 195 Academic Planning Workshop, please email Dan Kopin ’17.


John Alessi '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the College of Arts and Sciences with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Development

Addy Cummings '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the College of Arts and Life Sciences with a concentration in Sustainable Studies

Tyler Ford '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the Rubenstein School with a concentration in Sustainability Studies

Dan Kopin '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the Rubenstein School, with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Development

Sara Meotti '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the Rubenstein school with a concentration in Policy and Development

Madeline Murray-Clasen '18

Madeline Murray-Clasen '18

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the College of Arts and Sciences with a concentration in Sustainability Studies

Kevin O'Connor '17

Areas of Interest: Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the College of Arts and Sciences, with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Development, and a double-major in Economics

Sam Parizo '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS Major in the College of Arts and Sciences with a concentration in Environmental Economics and a minor in Economics

Jeremy Romanul '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS Major in the College of Arts and Sciences, concentrating in Sustainability Studies, with a double-major in Geography

Melody Salerno '17

Areas of Interest: ENVS major in the Rubenstein School, with a concentarion in Global Environmental Justice