Undergraduate Student Resources
Graduate Student Resources
Undergraduates: Connect with Rubenstein peers
The RSENR Stewards is a group of undergraduate students who strive to build a stronger Rubenstein community by welcoming all students, supporting undergrads, and preparing them to graduate. Come chat with us in Room 219 Aiken Center or e-mail: RSENRStewards@uvm.edu.
Graduate students: Engage in the Rubenstein graduate student community
Welcome to the Rubenstein School. Student Services staff help students navigate the many processes and opportunities in RSENR and across UVM. If you have questions about your major, are looking for a form or an internship, need help or encouragement, or simply want to visit, we are here to help.
Our Student Services staff are housed in both the Aiken Center Dean's Office and the Bittersweet Building. These pages provide information about our many services as well as connect you to the proper person or office. Please take some time to explore here as many of your questions can likely be answered with some research.
Our success is deeply connected to your success. Let us welcome you again and we all look forward to working with you.
Meet Our Student Services Staff
Marie Vea-Fagnant - Assistant Dean for Student Services & Staff Development, 220F Aiken Center
Supervise student services & support staff; advise on student issues (academic, personal, social); consult & approve Late Withdrawals, Medical Withdrawals, and Incompletes; Liaison to Dean of Students, ACCESS, Counseling & Psychiatric Services, ALANA Student Center and other UVM support services; coordinate with other UVM Dean's Office Student Services.
Undergraduate Student Services
Marcia Caldwell, Administrative Assistant, 314 Aiken Center
Senior Records Check for October /December/May grads; Evaluation of transfer courses; Assist students with registration/advising issues; Leave of Absence; Dean's List; Assigning Major Advisors; CATS (Curriculum Audit Tracking System) Exceptions; Course substitutions/waivers; 3-course sequence. Responsible for all aspects of May Commencement.
Emilie Riddle, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator, 220E Aiken Center
Recruitment & Admissions; Tours for prospective students & families; Admission events (Open Houses and Admitted Student Visit Days); New First Year & Transfer Student Orientation; Outreach activities; Homecoming; High School Student Visits; College/Career Fairs; First Year Advisor Support; USDA Multicultural Scholars Grant Management; RSENR-specific scholarship programs; Honors & Studies Committee; Internal Transfer Process; Add/change majors, minors, concentrations.
Undergraduate Student Services - Environmental Studies Program
Elizabeth (Ibit) Wright, Student Services Coordinator, Environmental Program, Room 212 Bittersweet Building
ENVS Student academic advising (academic, personal, social); ENVS student referrals for external programs, study abroad, internships, jobs; Environmental Program website management; Environmental Program communications, special event planning; Network with other UVM Dean's Office Student Services and campus services; FAQs.
Graduate Student Services
Carolyn Goodwin Kueffner, Graduate Program Student Services Specialist, 220A Aiken Center
Management of RSENR Graduate Program: Applications, Student Funding, Student Progress, Grad Events/Workshops, etc. Prospective, Current, and Former graduate student support.
Office of Experiential Learning
Anna Smiles-Becker, Career Counselor & Internship Coordinator, 220G Aiken Center
Rubenstein School Internship Program; Internship/research/employment opportunities; Career advisement (resumes, cover letters, interviewing skills, networking, and job search); RSENR Stewards leadership program.
Margaret Burke, Community Based Learning Coordinator, 312A Aiken Center
Service learning courses and projects; community-based learning; community partner relations; leads program with Vermont Agency of Natural Resources.
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