Editor and co-publisher of the St. Albans Messenger Emerson Lynn makes a powerful case for the university’s planned $100 million investment in STEM, arguing that its focus on excellence makes UVM a stronger partner in achieving the economic development necessary to sustain Vermont. “Is it expensive?” Lynn writes. “Compared ...
Mount Vernon. Mount Rushmore. Monticello and the Morgan Library. Such iconic places of power and wealth, as Dutch-born Egbert Stolk sees it, have been looked after quite well. As a graduate student in UVM’s historic preservation program, Stolk has his sights on some grittier, real-world locales, ones that drew him away from ...
Nancy Mathews, the new dean of UVM's Rubenstein School of Natural Resources and the Environment, is profiled in the July 18 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education. The article is titled "New Dean to Involve Students in Environmental Issues Near and Far." Mathews, who started at UVM on July 1, came to the university from the ...
When senior business major Hailey Ronconi landed a summer internship at Fuse Marketing in Burlington, it not only set her up for some needed industry experience, but also offered the potential to yield information for her senior honors thesis: a marketing research report focused on women in snowboarding.
Biomass to Biofuels Course Service Learning Projects
The Biomass to Biofuels 2011 course student moves the work he started earlier and develops a buisness plan to produce local wood pellets in Vermont (project under progress). More info under forthcoming RSENR eNewsletter (link will be posted soon)
Two Biomass to Biofuels 2011 course student's project on a study to compost as an energy source for diversified farms. More info published in RSENER eNewsletter (scroll down to the bottom). Also check out their project presentation
Two Biomass to Biofuels 2012 course student's project on a study for Cost Analysis of Oilseed Crop Production for Biodiesel. The effort became a background for the 2013 students who worked on taking the study to the next level. More info under forthcoming RSENR eNewsletter (link will be posted soon)