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UVM graduate student Aaron Schwartz got word last Tuesday that he’d been awarded a coveted National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Rubenstein School graduate student, Courtney Hammond Wagner, received the 2015-2016 Thomas J. Votta Fund for the Environment Award. Courtney is a Rubenstein School PhD student, Gund Institute for Ecological Economics fellow, and member of the international Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) research initiative cohort.
The Rubenstein School is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of its RSENR graduate scholarship and fellowship awards.
The Ian A. Worley award allows undergraduates in the UVM Environmental Program to go beyond conventional forms of problem solving to pursue creative and innovative approaches. Although these approaches vary greatly among students, they are all geared toward a common goal: to address current and future environmental challenges.