Honors Theses

Senior Theses, Projects, and Internships by Subject

Senior Theses, Projects, and Internships by Year

Note: Information on Honors theses has been kept only since 1986.

    1986

  • Michael J. Usen, An Integrative Reconstruction of an Historic Environments
  • Brooke Elin Vincent, The Economic Considerations of Rehabilitation: A Case Study of St. Albans, Vermont

    1987

  • Stephen K. Platt, An Analysis of Ground Slate Points from the Champlain Basin
  • William R. Rossmassler, Transferable Development Rights as a Land Use Planning Method for the Preservation of Agricultural Lands Case Studies: Montgomery County, Maryland and Shelburne, Vermont
  • Gioia Thompson, The Alchemy of Leaves: A Guide to Municipal Leaf Composting

    1988

  • Deborah Lynn Day, The International Museum for the Environment
  • Diane deConinck, A Policy Analysis of Fast Food Packaging
  • Sarah A. James, Environmental Tobacco Smoke: Legislative Action Restricting Smoking in Vermont's Restaurants
  • Pamela Lichtman, Policy Implications in Vermont Wetlands Protection: Lake Champlain, Vermont
  • Catherine E. Mayers, Thermometers May Be Hazardous to Your Health: A Case Study of Mercury Contamination in Poultney, Vermont
  • Dorothea Y. Panayotou, Acidlake: A pH/Akalinity Model
  • Lisa Peskin, An Ecological Assessment of Two Rare Species of Tiger Beetles Cicindela Hirticollis and Cicindela Ancocisonensis in Vermont
  • 1Alma Ripps, Suitability of Potential Release Sites for Translocated Ocelots in South Texas
  • Eve Witten, The Geology, Radioactivity and Uranium Mineralization of the Clarendon Springs Dolostone, Milton, Vermont

    1989

  • Nathalie E. Ames, A Comparative Analysis of Three Peregrine Falcon Release Sites in the Chicago, Northern Illinois Area
  • Cynthia Ann Brisson, The Success of Interdisciplinary Team Teaching: Case Study Colchester High School
  • Cherie Morse, Adventuring in Vermont: Guidebook to Vermont for Environmental Educators
  • Jennifer Pipe, A Practical Application of the Geographic Information System to Land Use Planning in Fairfield, Vermon

    1990

  • Paul J. Ligon, A Case Study of the VSTEP Source Reduction Program

    1991

  • Julian Fischer, Maintenance and Change in the English Diet Following Migration to New England
  • Todd E. Miller, A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Significance of Studying Abroad in Unfamiliar Environments

    1993

  • Julia M. Bowdoin, The Wide Use Movement A Radical Response to the Growth of Environmentalism in American Politics
  • Jamey Fidel, A Policy Analysis of Proposed Law in theUnited States to Maintain Biological Diversity
  • John S. Mason III, An Assessment of Vermont's Wetland Protection Program: A State Wetland Conservation Strategy
  • Dominic Preiswerk, The Effects of the 1883 Eruption of Krakatoa in Indonesia on Hay Crops in Vermont
  • Jeffery T. Varricchione, Vermont's Sleeping Giant: Agriculture and Water Quality Perspectives of Northwestern Vermont

    1994

  • Aimee Bennett Gardner, A Water Quality Study of Eagle Rock and Muzzy Brooks Flowing into Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire
  • Margaret Reynolds, A Feasibility Case Study for the Development of a Therapeutic Riding Program at the University of Vermont
  • Gwyneth Roberts, Evaluation of a Hands-on Nature Awareness Activities for Girls Age 8 to 10 For Its Ability to Change Attitudes Implemented at YMCA Camp Huckins Freedom, New Hampshire
  • Eli Weissman, A Case Study of the ControversiesSurrounding the Outfall Pipe Component of the Boston Harbor Wastewater Treatment Project Through 1993
  • Justin A. Worthley, Jumpstarting a Conversation: The Future of Vermont's Small Towns: A Case Study of Environmental Protection and Land Use Regulation: Huntington, Vermont 1994
  • Eric Zaretsky, A Policy Assessment of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation Regarding Transboundary Water Pollution in the Rio Grande

    1995

  • Julia Helen Grand, Learning to Live Lightly: Creation and Evaluation of a Practical, Interdisciplinary Course for University of Vermont Students Titled "Living Self-Sufficiently"
  • Madeline Lorna Scammell, The Development of Biotechnology at the University of Vermont: A Case Study

    1996

  • Courtney Brabson, The Environmental Justice Movement - AGrassroots Perspective
  • James D. Brown IV, Ecological Site Planning and Design For aVermont Community Growth Center: A Case Study of Taft Corners, Williston, Vermont
  • Mary Elizabeth Dugan, A Content Analysis of Selected Cartoons on Network and Cable Television, Regarding how the Natural World is Portrayed
  • Ted E. Dunham, An Anthology of Ideas: Some Ethical Considerations of Wildlife Rehabilitation at the Vermont Raptor Center, Woodstock
  • Stefanie Ann Liebman, Global Environmental Education: A Look at Three Vermont Programs
  • Jenna Potash, An Examination and Analysis of the Reflection of Mechanistic and Organic World Views in Nature Writing
  • Gabriel Wishik, Sick Building Syndrome Dispute Evolution in Three Vermont Office Buildings

    1997

  • James R. Abbatiello, Community-Based Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention: Education, Outreach and Advocacy in the Old North End of Burlingtion
  • Jeffery Cantara, Restoring Wildness
  • Neil Akshay Dalal, A Case Study of Two Holistic Healing Methods and Their Effects on Environmental Paradigms
  • Mike Donohue, Wilderness Education: The Development and Implementation of a Course at the University of Vermont
  • Laura Durham, H.O. Wheeler School: Community Development in Practice
  • Laura E. Flight, An Evaluation of Streambank and Riparian Restoration Projects in the Lewis Creek Watershed, Vermont and the Development of a Proposed Restoration Monitoring Plan
  • Heather Kaplan, An Inquiry into Environmental Ethics and Religion
  • Demian J. McKinley, A Model of the Integrated Forest Inventory: Combining Conservation and Commodity Values Using the Natural Community Classification System and the Forest Examination Inventory
  • Chase Palmer, Senior Thesis Final Document: Conclusions on Short Film: "Tight rope for Dental Floss"
  • Justin M. Smith, Policy Assessment of the 1992 Remediation Design For Burlington Vermont's Pine Street Barge Canal
  • 1Amy Elizabeth Thomas, Fostering a Sense of Place: Native American Perspectives/Teaching Techniques as a Framework for Environmental Educators
  • Jill Alicia Wagner, Environmental Education: Bringing the world into your classroom and your classroom into the world.
  • Laura Weiner, Tracing Your Food From the Farm to the Table
  • Sarah Wilson, Feminist Theory and its Application to Prehistoric Mediterranean/Central Europe Interaction
  • Joseph M. Woerner, Trophic Status of Indian Brook Reservoir and Survey of Watershed Characteristics: A Case Study in Essex, Vermont

    1998

  • Jane Anker, Redwood War: Radical Environmental Responses to the Headwaters Forest Crisis-An Environmental Film
  • Jeffery B. Augello, Mechanisms of Control Over Plant Genetic Resources: Historical Precedents to Modern Initiatives
  • Kimberly Bellizzi, The Creation and Implementation of a Hands-on Learning Station and Supplemental Activity Guide Using a Grow Lab, at Shelburne Farms
  • Susana Crespo, Liberation Theology: Empowering the People Toward Sustainable Development in Azvay, Ecuador
  • Anne Dandurand, Touch 2000: Increasing the Awareness and Knowledge of Fish Consumption Advisories of the Lake Champlain Basin among the Vietnamese Residents in the Burlington, Vermont Area
  • Lisa de Lima, The Pease Mountain Stewardship Program: A Look at Outdoor Environmental Education
  • Matthew Kiedaisch, Black Bear Habitat of the Hogback Mountains in Central Vermont
  • Kenneth Rybkiewicz, Trail System Master Plan: Pease Mountain Natural Area, Charlotte, Vermont
  • Stacey Schuster, Environmental and Agricultural Education at the North Avenue Christian School

    1999

  • Anna Rachel Borofsky, Celebrating the Changing of the Seasons: The Development of a Set of Environmental Education Activities Using Seasonal Celebration to Teach Environmental Awareness in Vermont Elementary Schools
  • Antoine Chesaux, A Literary Analysis of the New England Fields and Woods and Sketches & Stories by Rowland E. Robinson in Order to Demonstrate the Non-material Value Robinson Espouses for Nature
  • Michele R. Cranwell, An Analysis of Knowledge: Intention, Self-Efficacy, and Perception of Women Certified for Pesticide Use
  • Justin Francese, The Burlington To Winooski Linkage: A Case Study of Bicycle Transportation Policy and Planning in Burlington, Vermont
  • Noel Kemmerer, Environmental Education: An Internship Project at the North Branch Nature Center Summer Day Camp in Montpelier, Vermont
  • Adam Lavinthal, Not in my Backyard: A Case Study of the Movement in Opposition to the Proposed Low-level Radioactive Waste Dump in Sierra Blanca, Texas
  • Michael Marquard and Keith Stapleton, A Permaculture Design for Slade Hall
  • Suzanne McAllister, Textbook Bias: An Evaluation of American Indian History in Chittenden County Schoolbooks
  • Jennifer Catherine Smith, The Design and Development of the LaPlatte River Marsh NaturalArea

    2000

  • Erin Fagley, Environmental Justice in Vermont: An Analysis of Drinking Water Quality Among Residents of Mobile Home Parks In Vermont, A Case Study of Rolling Acres Mobile Home Park, Westford, Vermont
  • Adam Rabasca, Children of a Montessori Academy Design a Nature Trail: Developmentally-appropriate, Place-based Environmental Education
  • Rachel Rosenberg, Health Foods for Healthy Moms: An Integrated Study and Curriculum Addressing the Nutritional Needs of Low-income Women in Vermont
  • Beth Ruzansky, The Vermont Student Summit Council - A Burlington Environmental Youth Group
  • Kristen E. Steele, An Examination of Food Choice, Dietary Habits, Eating Practices and Attitudes toward Food among Buddhists as an Aspect of Buddhism and Ecology

    2001

  • Michael A. Fonzino, The Effects of Environmental Noise on the Hearing Capacity of School Children
  • Mark Krawczyk, A Directory of Functional Plants for Permaculture and Landscape Designs in New England
  • Kerri McAllister, Creating a Female-Centered Science Curriculum
  • Katie Moss, Wilderness: A Vermont Tradition
  • Elizabeth Pangia, Applied Ecopsychology in an Adventure Challenge Course Curriculum: A Project for Mountain Mill House Outdoor Center
  • Sarah Oppenheimer, HIV, Holism, and the Correctional Impediment: A Counter-System Analysis for Incarcerated Women with HIV/AIDS
  • Colleen Purcell, The Role of Class in the Development of Environmental Curricula in Private and Public Schools

    2002

  • Isaac Milder, Design and Implementation of an Outdoor Adventure Education Program for Children Age 11-16 at the King Street Youth Center in Burlington, Vermont
  • Alexis Muscato, A Case Study Analysis of Microfinance in Taulabe, Honduras
  • Laura Pagliarulo, Green Energy: Benefits and Barriers of the Burlington Community Energy System
  • Ignatius Piedilato and Kristofer Wilfert, Survey of Rooftop Gardens of the Northeast
  • Bryan Redmond, Preservation of Biological and Cultural Diversity: Exploring Access and Benefit Sharing Issues in Biodiversity Prospecting
  • Jennifer Reinke and Anna Salzberg, The Alternative Coffee Market in Vermont
  • Brian Robertson, An Assessment of Wind Power Potential in Vermont: Benefits and Barriers to Development
  • Elaine Vidal, Urban Sanctuary: The Value of Natural Areas

    2003

  • Kristine Mazur, Western Canada Wilderness Committee: Grassroots Efforts to Protect Ancient Wilderness and Biodiversity in British Columbia
  • Jennifer McCabe, An Investigation of Seagrass Distribution in Bunche Beach, Ft. Meyers, Florida
  • Ashley Morton, Between Earth and Sky: A Cross-Cultural Education Project Linking Tibet and Vermont

    2004

  • Simon Abramson, Students Teaching Students, ENVS 197: Ecopsychology
  • Peter S. Antos-Ketcham, The Backcountry Sanitation Manual: A Challenge Cost Share Project of the USDI National Park Service, Appalachian Trail Conference, and Green Mountain Club
  • Rachel Christensen, Planting Seeds
  • Kelly C. Goudy, The Human Cost of Meat: Rural Communities of the Great Plains, the Meat Processing Industry, and Latino Immigrants
  • Eric Heineman, Students Teaching Students, ENVS 197: Ecopsychology
  • Bonnie Hudspeth, Cultivating a Holistic Lifestyle: A Co-Facilitated, Application-Based, Students-Teaching-Students Course
  • Sara Jablonski, Cultivating a Holistic Lifestyle: A Co-Facilitated, Application-Based, Students-Teaching-Students Course
  • Margaret Jean Kuhn, An Assessment of Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) Breeding Success on North District Beaches of Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts, 2003
  • Tova Reichel, Women’s Empowerment in Developing Nations: An In-depth Study of the Population Media Center in Ethiopia
  • Daniel W. Saxton, The Impact of Differentiated Coffee Production on Income Generation for Costa Rican Producers
  • Lee Silkman, Community Environmental Health Assessment: A Background Report on the Major Environmental Risks and Their Potential Influences on Human Health in the Municipality of Taulabe, Honduras
  • Laura Tilghman, Bioprospecting Perspectives from Madagascar
  • Caroline Zeilenga, Going Home Now: Stories for Lives and Landscapes

    2005

  • Emily Ann Baldauf-Wagner, Students Teaching Students, ENVS 197: Campus Sustainability
  • Lowell Bailey, Songs of Logging: A Composition of Original Historical Interpretive Music Based on the History of Adirondack Logging
  • Brianna Leigh Farver, Exploring Communities of Intention: A Students Teaching Students Course
  • Kelly Lynn Garrison, Empowering Communities While Improving Water Quality: An Evaluation of Water Quality Monitering Program in Taluabe, Honduras
  • Jeff Gutierrez, Students Teaching Students, ENVS 197: Campus Sustainability
  • Sarah Hagerman, Back Roads, Back Yards, and Road Songs: A Novella
  • Benjamin R. Hodgman, Social Capital and Organic Coffee Associations in Costa Rica: Tensions Between Civic and Commercial Values
  • Brett Mueller, The Design of a Natural Building for the Ecological Sugar Project in Honduras
  • Tom O’Dowd, Questing in Burlington: Connecting to Place with Treasure Hunts
  • Karen Persons, Media Literacy K-5 Curriculum Development at Orchard School: One Step Closer to Environmental Awareness
  • Alison Ray, The Consortium for Ecological Living Green Roof Demonstration Project: Chronicles of Design and Construction
  • Danielle Sokol, Defining Faces and Sharing Stories with Spectrum Youth
  • Sara Kamara Yassky, Exploring Communities of Intention: A Students Teaching Students Course

    2006

  • Chris Andrews, Conservation of Altered Landscapes: The Role of Anthropogenic Antiquity in the Contemporary Montane Cloud Forest Ecology of the Mazar Wildlife Reserve in the Southeastern Ecuadorian Andes
  • Hayden J. Boska, Ecopsychology: Developing and Implementing a Student Taught Course
  • William R. Brennan, Framing Forest Policy: An Analysis of Political Transition and the “Roadless Rule” 2006 Katie Folts, A Walk Through Time: Understanding the Adirondacks via and Interpretive Trail at Meacham Lake Campground
  • Caitlin Loerch, Ecoliteracy in Academia: An Empirical Study of Institutional Support for an Environmental Literacy Requirement at the University of Vermont
  • Caleb Merrill, The Development and Implementation of a Curriculum on Living Sustainably
  • Paran D. Quigley, Fostering a Positive Interpersonal Working Environment: Meshing Group-Cohesion Activities with Outdoor Learning Opportunities
  • Gregory Rosewell, The View from Here: One Through-Hiker’s Meditations on the Long Trail
  • Caitlin Scholl, Where the Mackerel Make their Home: A Novel

    2007

  • Kelsey Ballard, Voluntary Simplicity: An Examination of the Motivations and Practices Involved in Adopting a Simplified Lifestyle
  • Elizabeth M. Callaway, Encouraging Environmental Exploration through Children’s Literature: A Children’s Book and Interactive K/1 Teachers Lesson Plan
  • Calley Hastings, Education for the Future: The Design and Implementation of a K-2 Place-Based Agriculture Curriculum at the Bellwether School, Williston, Vermont
  • Keri Johnson, Yogic Environmental Philosophy: A Students Teaching Students Course
  • Erin McKeon, Yogic Environmental Philosophy: A Students Teaching Students Course
  • Daniel Mills, Vers La Flamme: Sketches of the Seasons
  • Natasha Sadoff, The Little Village that Could: An Ethnographic Study of Small Scale, Local Sustainability in les Abricots, Haiti
  • Katherine Stinchcomb, Vermont’s Vegan Localvore: Can it be done?

    2008

  • Emily W. Alger, Young Children in Gardens: An Investigation of Place-Making among Preschoolers
  • Emily Abbott,  Geo-Divinity: Sacred Landscapes of the Hindu Faith
  • Ashley M. Chapman,  Learning Through Letters: Migratory Songbird Curriculum Development and Evaluation and Pen Pal Partnership Establishment as an Environmental Education Technique
  • Katherine Claflin, Not Just Dirt: An Analysis of Composting Policy in the State of Vermont
  • Branden Cote,  Lab Section Curriculum Development for Environmental Studies Two: An Inquiry into the Pedagogical Development of Undergraduate Teaching Assistants and the Art of Motivating Undergraduate Students in a Small Class Setting
  • Zachary Ewell,  Motives in Mountaineering: Understanding the Culture of High Adventure
  • Lisa P. Goldstein, The Determinants of Female Attitudes Towards Son Preference in India
  • Margaret Graciano,  Affective Landscape: Natural History, Recollections and Reflection on Shelburne Pond Natural Area
  • Deborah Krug,  Building Peace: Nonviolent Environmental Conflict Resolution: Students Teaching Students Course ENVS 197 Spring 2008
  • Jason Riggio,  Correlative Habitat Characteristics Associated with Sites Known to Support Two of Vermont’s Most Elusive Native Snakes: Pantherophis alleghaniensis and Thamnophis sauritus
  • Carolyn Smalkowski,  The Coffee Countdown: Which Certification or Alternative Market Will be the Key to Latin America’s Sustainable Future?
  • Min Zheng,  Finding Balance: Visiting the Old for New Inspirations and Solutions to Environmental Problems

    2009

  • Ethan Bond-Watts, “Emergence” Environmental Art Installation
  • Jessica Breitfeller, Perceptions, Promises, and Politics: an Ethnographic Case-Study of Community-Based Ecotourism in Gales Point, Belize
  • Kerry Canton, Those Who Have No Home: A Case Study Examination of Small Island State Climate Change Refugees
  • Caitlin Chase, Solar is a Solution!: The Development of a Renewable Energy Curriculum at Brewster-Pierce Memorial School
  • Stephanie Fakharzadeh, Food for Thought: The Intersection of Gardens, Education, and Community at The Edible Schoolyard New Orleans
  • Jason Gold, Residents’ Attitudes Toward the Development of Sugarbush Resort in Warren, Vermont: A Community Impact Study
  • Colleen Hertz, Batey Libertad Community Garden: Observations and Suggestions for Future Design
  • Claire Frashier Johnson, Outdoor Challenge: Adventure in Wild Therapy: A Ten Week Internship with the Howard Center of Vermont
  • Sage Stout, The Migration Narratives: Creative Arts Thesis

    2010

  • Cecelia Angelone –  Reflective Learning on Addressing Human Population Growth: An Internship with Population Media Center
  • Sophia Bielenberg  –  Building a Sustainable Foundation for the Local Food System: An Evaluation of Heating Systems in Vermont Greenhouses
  • Margot Chalmers  –  Head ‘em Up and Move ‘em Out: Grazing a Path Towards a Greener Future: A Children’s Book on Sustainable Ranching
  • Pamela Coggins  –  Wild Food Gathering and Traditional Ecological Knowledge Way Down East: An Oral History of Lubec, Maine
  • Teddy Dobbin  –  The Feasibility of Zero Energy Homes in the Residential Sector: A Northern New England Case Study
  • Dana Stewardson Gulley  –  Examining the Post-Adoption Role of Policy Entrepreneurs Through the Vermont Farm to School Program
  • Sarah Gruver  –  Design and Energy Consumption Model of an Efficient Earth-Sheltered Greenhouse for the George D. Aiken Forestry Sciences Laboratory
  • Michael Haulenbeek  –  Re-Thinking Success in Agrifood Systems: An Exploratory Study of Vermont Farmers’ Perceptions of Success
  • Carrie-Anne Palmeri  –  Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) for Watershed Management: Assessing Watershed Management Trends & Instrument Suitability for One Honduran Community
  • Alison Schymik  –  Designing and Implementing a Recycling Program for a Not-for-Profit Furniture Bank in Acton, Massachusetts
  • Coco O’Toole Zephir  –  Dickinson: Then and Now: A Collection of Poems Written in Emulation

    2011

  • Melissa Kelly Cameron  –  Appetite for Local Fare:  A Assessment of Local Produce in UVM Dining Halls
  • Caroline Dunlap  –  Investigating Transitions from Conventional to Organic Dairy Production in Vermont
  • Winter Heath  –  University of Vermont Eco-Reps: Addressing Program Visibility and Awareness on Campus
  • Daniel Hedges   –  From Local to Global: An Analysis of the Benefits and Obstacles of Carbon-Market Inclusion of Honduran Smallholders
  • Matthew Judd   –  Relationships Between Aircraft Fleet Composition and Environmental Impacts
  • Kaitlin B. Lucas  –  Coal Slurry Remediation Through Ecological Design
  • Christina Newman  –  A DREAM for a World Without HIV/AIDS: An Analysis of a Non-Governmental Organization and its Adaptation of a Local HIV/AIDS Education Program
  • Taylor Ralph  –  Eating Practices and Attitudes among American Buddhists:  An aspect of Buddhism and Ecology
  • Caroline Shepard  –  Sustainable Urban Composting: Determining Best Practices for Organic Waste Management in Burlington, Vermont
  • Naani Sheva  –  A Project Based Internship with Planned Parenthood of Northern New England: A Multidisciplinary Experience in Politics, Activism and Environmental Health Advocacy.
  • Elijah William Sobel  –  Where the River Deepens: Exploring Place-Based Relationships through the Swimming Hole Experience
  • Katie Staniforth   –  Sources of DEHP exposure in the NICU: An Analysis of Respiratory and Intravenous Devices Containing di(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate in Fletcher Allen Health Care's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Caitlan Stephens    “Things Need to Change Around here.”: The Diversification of a Small Farm in Northwest New Jersey
  • Ariel Subourne   –  Global Warming and the Governance of the Arctic
  • Akane Yamamoto  –  Japanese Children's Songs for Environmental Education: Environmental Education Curriculum for Edmunds Kindergarten in Burlington

    2012

  • Page Atcheson – Strategic Climate Change Communication: A Creative Effort Toward Mitigation and Adaptation
  • Emily Bird – The Socioeconomic Impact of Hydroelectric Dams on Developing Communities: A Case Study of the Chalillo Dam and the Communities of the Macal River Valley, Cayo District, Belize, Central America
  • Gordon E. Clark – Identifying the Magnitude and Spatial Extent of Hydro-Geomorphic Impairments from Unpaved Roads in the Winooski River Watershed
  • Sara Cleaver – What's the Catch?: An Analysis of Seafood Sustainability at the University of Vermont
  • Kathryn Daly – A Systems Approach to 6th Grade Sustainability: Teaching and Exploring Environmental Education and Systems Thinking at Tuttle Middle School
  • Samantha Ethridge – ENVS 197 Students Teaching Students: Hunger, Leadership and Social Change
  • Catherine Gannascoli – Hunger, Leadership and Social Change: A Students Teaching Students Course
  • Anya Gedrath-Smith – Time for Tea: The Sustainable Development of Tea Tourism in Nepal
  • Kathleen Hartin – Eyo matamanei alakuwa: The Social Implications of Conservation-Induced Displacement for the Maasai Residents of Engare Sero, Northern Tanzania
  • Kazuha Kurosu – Transformative Education for Creating Sustainable Food Systems: A Mini-Course: "Yoga (yoke) of the Earth, Food and Us" at the GreenHouse Residential Learning Community
  • Samantha Morgan – The Meat of the Matter: Exploring the Relationship between Environmental Ethics and the Food Choices of Environmental Studies Majors at the University of Vermont
  • Avery Pittman – Gender, Power, Action: Ecofeminism For Collective Liberation: A Students-Teaching-Students Course at the University of Vermont
  • Andrew Schlesinger – Rethinking the Role of Community Gardens in Localizing Post-Oil Suburbia: A Proposal for Willowdale Community Garden in Cherry Hill, New Jersey
  • Abbe Schnibbe – Gender, Power, Action: Ecofeminism For Collective Liberation: A Students-Teaching-Students Course at the University of Vermont
  • Megan F. Taylor – Bicycling Lifestyles of Women in Burlington: A Study of Gender and the Bicycle as an Agent for Mobility
  • Ellen Winston – A South Burlington Farm-to-School Program's Seasonal Spotlight: The Quest to Attain Food Literacy
  • Abigail Zuckerman – Awareness and Advocacy Towards Instituting Bias-Free Policing Criteria in Vermont: A Cross County Comparison of Addison and Franklin Counties, Vermont

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