Real Science and Technology
Use modern technology to document and critically evaluate environmental problems. Explore local and global environmental issues and career options.
Work alone and in groups asking questions, doing science, and solving real environmental problems as you gain a broad range of skills useful for your future.
The Student Experience
Have a great time living for a week in a college environment with a diverse group of like-minded, interested students and faculty from around Vermont.
The Governor's Institute of Vermont, Environmental Science and Technology
has been operating for more than 20 years from the University of Vermont in Burlington. GIV eSAT is one of ten Governor's Institutes focused on a range
of academic and creative topics. For more information on other Governor's Institutes,
visit www.giv.org. Apply at www.giv.org/applynow.
This year's GIV eSAT program will run 7 days from June 23 to 30 at the University of Vermont.
All GIV eSAT students are eligible to earn 3 free college credits from UVM (click here to learn more)
Together, 24 students and 8 staff, including graduate students, college faculty,
and State of Vermont environmental scientists, will investigate the Burlington environment.
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