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From studying sea turtle nesting in Trinidad to studying the natural history of Vermont, Rubenstein people are active in the field and in the classroom. Get to know us.

Student Profiles

Rubenstein School undergraduate student Jackie Pagano at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY

10-15-2014

Undergraduate Jackie Pagano Interns at the Wolf Conservation Center

This past summer I was given the amazing opportunity to be an intern at the Wolf Conservation Center (WWC) located in South Salem, New York. WCC is a very unique conservation organization in that it only has four paid employees; all other people involved at the center are volunteers and interns. As an intern my main responsibility ...

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Corey Tondreau (center) in Madagascar

08-28-2014

WFB Senior Corey Tondreau Receives Fellowship to Work with Madagascar Community

Rubenstein School Wildlife & Fisheries Biology senior Corey Tondreau has received the Alice Rowan Swanson Fellowship as a 2013 alumna of the SIT Study Abroad's Madagascar: Biodiversity and Natural Resource Management program.  Corey will use the fellowship to return to Madagascar and help to establish a community garden and ...

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Senior Zach Palladino takes first prize in UVM's Entrepreneurship Competition for his business plan: Suspended Time Skydiving LLC.

06-24-2014

Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Entrepreneurs Win UVM Competition!

Zach Palladino, a senior Parks, Recreation and Tourism (PRT) major, took first place and the $2,500 cash prize in the annual UVM Entrepreneurship Competition, held April 26, 2014 at the Davis Center.  His well-developed business plan introduced Suspended Time Skydiving LLC, an exciting venture proposed for the local area. 

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Christine Peterson on one of her study site powerline rights-of-way in the Champlain Valley of Vermont

05-27-2014

Christine Peterson Helps Vermont Manage Powerline Rights-of-Way for Essential Bird Habitat

Many people probably spend their lives without ever thinking about powerline rights-of-way or, perhaps, never even hearing of them. But for some migratory bird species, rights-of-way could provide essential habitat, which is why they have become the focus of my thesis research.

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