University of Vermont

Rubenstein School Alumni and Friends

Alumni and friends

Welcome Back!

Thanks for checking in with the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources! As alumni and friends of the School, you are an integral part of the Rubenstein School community. Your support and involvement help ensure excellence in our academic programming as well as opportunities for our current students.

Stay Connected!

As a School, we are proud of our alumni and the incredible work that you are doing around the world. Please stay connected. Use the Alumni Update form to update your email address and to let us know what you are up to. Explore the School website to find out about ways that you can be involved. It is an exciting time in our School's history as we help lead UVM toward becoming a premier environmental university in the country. Join us in this extraordinary effort.

If you are an alum and would like to receive our quarterly School enewsletter, please send your email address to shari.halik@uvm.edu.

2016 Rubenstein School Alumni Survey

As part of our 10-year program review, we are reaching out to you, our 4,281 alumni, to help us assess the impact and value of the learning opportunities you experienced while a student here. You can help by completing our Alumni Survey. If you have not yet received an email invitation to participate, please email Sarah.Heath@uvm.edu to request one.

We value your reflections and deeply appreciate your time spent completing the survey; it will take about 12 minutes. Your anonymous responses will be used to:

  • Better understand how your education prepared you for your career.
  • Learn what you valued most and how we might improve our programs.
  • Connect you to the Rubenstein School Alumni Network (as desired).

Hardcopy surveys will be mailed at the end of January to alum we’ve not yet heard back from. Help us reduce our paper use by completing your survey online today. Thank you for helping us continue to strengthen the Rubenstein School as one of the leading schools of natural resources in the nation.

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