Meet Rubenstein People
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.
Some students spend their summer relaxing at the beach. Some get a job working retail. Some travel to Mongolia to research endangered salmonids. This summer, I spent the month of July on a research expedition with the Mongolian-American Aquatic Ecology Research Initiative (MAAERI), traveling to Lake Hovsgol and the Eg-Uur Rivers ...
Science centers provide a much needed outlet for bringing scientific research to the public. They are a platform where learning is fun, and each person can have a different experience. However, it can be difficult to keep the visitor experience fresh and up-to-date with what is happening now in science.
Growing up, Boyd developed a lifelong passion for aquatic and marine environments. Prior to arriving at UVM, he had the opportunity to study coral reef environments in Hawaii and leatherback sea turtle nesting in Trinidad. He was attracted to RSENR based upon the multi-faceted programs, the fieldwork orientation of many courses, ...
My internship was as the Abenaki Heritage Garden located at the Intervale Center in Burlington Vermont. The main crops in the garden, squash, beans and corn, are grown as the Abenaki people were assumed to cultivate them. It was established in 2009 as a collaboration with St.Francis/Sokoki band of the Abenaki Nation at Missiqoui, ...