Several new faculty and staff join the Rubenstein School this year. In addition, some familiar faces in the School have changed or added positions. We're excited to welcome and congratulate the following RSENR community members:
Mindy Morales-Williams joined the Rubenstein School in August 2017 as an Assistant Professor focusing on limnology.
Clayton Williams joined the School in August 2017 as a Research Assistant Professor specializing in aquatic biogeochemistry.
Brendan Fisher will serve as Interim Assistant Director of the Environmental Program while Amy Seidl is on sabbatical leave.
Tony D’Amato will direct the Forestry program replacing longtime Director Bill Keeton.
Aimeé Classen will serve as Interim Director of the Natural Resources program while Clare Ginger is on sabbatical leave.
Danielle Moore is the new Retention and Recruitment Coordinator in the Student Services Office replacing longtime coordinator Emilie Riddle who will be finishing her Master’s at UVM full-time.
Sarah O’Sullivan is the new Assistant to the Associate Deans replacing Casey O’Reilly who will be attending UVM full-time as a student.
Jacqueline Boudreau is the new Receptionist and Assistant to Student Services in the Dean’s Office.
Ingrid Barcelo is a part-time grants management coordinator helping to manage the School’s McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program.
Amelia Tarren is a new Lake Champlain Sea Grant program assistant.
Noah Ahles is a new geospatial specialist working in the Spatial Analysis Lab.
Christine Carmichael is a new postdoctoral associate working with Cecilia Danks.
Kimberly Coleman is a new postdoctoral associate working with Rachelle Gould.
Jane Foster is a new postdoctoral associate working with Tony D’Amato.
Wu Ma is a new postdoctoral associate working with Tony D’Amato.
Xin Jing is a new postdoctoral associate working with Nate Sanders and starting in September.
Dominik Thom is a new postdoctoral associate working with Bill Keeton and starting in October.