The Rubenstein School extends congratulations to its graduates of 2015! At the Sunday, May 17th University of Vermont Commencement ceremonies, the Rubenstein School presented diplomas to 150 Bachelor of Science graduates, 20 Master of Science graduates, and 10 Doctoral graduates.
Rubenstein School Assistant Professor Carol Adair, who joined the School in December 2011, has built a growing program of research in climate change and adaptation. An ecosystem ecologist, she is concerned with how global climate change impacts terrestrial ecosystems.
Sarah Crow (MS-NR ’08) took her master’s work in community-based forest certification in Vermont to a national level. As Senior Director of Certification at the American Forest Foundation (AFF), she leads certification programming for the national American Tree Farm System.
Rubenstein School students continue to benefit from the generosity of Casella Waste Systems, Inc. of Rutland, Vermont. Since 2006, Casella has provided annual scholarship funds to the Rubenstein School.