How Living in a Food Desert Impacts Obesity In small rural states like Vermont, does the built food environment impact where people purchase food and obesity rates, or do meal patterns and obesity simply come down to individual food choice? While pursuing an M.S. in Community Development and Applied … Continue reading
The TRC welcomes a new team of student researchers this year with specialties from land use planning to qualitative research.
On September 25th the TRC, with the UVM Global and Regional Studies Program, hosted Dr. Catherine Lutz, the Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Family Professor of Anthropology and International Studies at Brown University presented on her new research interest in automobile cultures, in a lecture entitled Inequality, Myth and the American … Continue reading
New Research Reports – Spatial Extent of the Impact of Transported Road Materials on the Ecological Function of Forested Landscapes (Neher, Asmussen, Williams) TRC # 12-012 – Environmental Concern, Social Capital and the Social Context of Tailpipe Emissions- Related Knowledge in Northern Climates (Watts, Maddison, Macias, Witham) TRC # 12-011 … Continue reading