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May 13-17 is Way To Go! Commuter Challenge Week, an annual event where organizations across the state compete to see who can reduce the most carbon pollution in one week. More information
Wednesday, May 15
RSENR Thesis Seminar & Defense: Laura Keir, "PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF THE NORTHERN PASS TRANSMISSION LINE," 4:00pm, Aiken 311, abstract
Wednesday, May 15 - Thursday, May 16
20th Annual Conference on the Adirondacks. This year's themes will include a retrospective on the last 20 years, as well as a look forward on the next 20 years on the topics of climate change, sustainability and communities, energy, wilderness and working landscapes, and wildlife and ecological trends. High Peaks Resort, Lake Placid, NY. More information
Friday, May 17
Brown Bag Transportation Discussion: "Livable Communities and Transportation." Glenn McRae, UVM Transportation Research Center, and Jennifer Wallace-Brodeur, AARP. Decision Theater, Farrell Hall. 12:00 noon. Information.
Sunday, May 19 Commencement
211th Commencement Ceremony. UVM Green. 8:20 a.m. Information, complete schedule of commencement events.
RSENR reception 11:00am - 12:30pm at the Aiken Center and in tent between Aiken, Stafford, and Hills buildings. Food and beverages will be served.
RSENR Commencement ceremony at Sheraton Conference Center, Lake Champlain Exposition Hall, 12:30pm arrival with ceremony starting at 1:15pm, More information
Monday, June 10
UVM Food Systems Summit: UVM is offering an intensive program for Breakthrough Leaders June 10-28. Participants will engage in a 3 week-long program combining an online and on-campus program that promises to expand their capacity to recognize and create positive, forward-looking solutions for our broken food system. The program's online component will start June 10, immediately followed by a residential learning experience on the campus of the University of Vermont June 23-28. More information
Thursday, June 27
2nd Annual UVM Food Systems Summit: "The Necessary [r]Evolution for Sustainable Food Systems," more information