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Rhianna Sommers Learns About an Environmental Consulting Career Through Semester Internship with VHB
During my time at UVM I have learned that I would prefer a job that is multidisciplinary, that has field and office components, includes independent and collaborative work, and integrates the natural and social sciences. For a while, I have had an idea that environmental consulting is the route I would like to take after college. ...
I was on the hunt for an interdisciplinary Master’s program that did not shy away from diving into critical social and environmental questions, when I stumbled across a rich blog whose author would later become my advisor. Professor Adrian Ivakhiv was working through a fascinating world of social theory and eco-cultural studies. ...
Two things happened when Gina Fiorile, as a high school student in Saranac Lake, New York, contributed to leading the Wild Center’s Adirondack Youth Climate Summit in 2014.
Sam Parker, a Rubenstein School graduate student, received the 2014-2015 Thomas J. Votta Fund for the Environment award. Sam is a PhD student in RSENR's Natural Resources program. He works with Professor Breck Bowden in the Bowden Watershed Research Lab.