Asterisk (*) after year denotes honors thesis.
- Donna DiNuzio, Battering Sources and Solutions
- Stephanie Daniels, Intuition and Political Activism
- Suzanne Brushart, Urban Youth Restore the Herring Run
- Amanda Henchel and Lizzy Maltzman, Students Teaching Students: Ecopsychology
- * Simon Abramson, Students Teaching Students, ENVS 197: Ecopsychology
- Bridget R. Ashe, From Opposite Ends of Campus: The Bittersweet to Votey: A Qualitative Comparison: Are Specific Personality Types Attracted to Specific Majors?
- * Eric Heineman, Students Teaching Students, ENVS 197: Ecopsychology
- Sophie H. Bassin, In Their Shoes: Survival and Conceptions of Home Among Homeless Youth
- * Hayden J. Boska, Ecopsychology: Developing and Implementing a Student Taught Course
- * Paran D. Quigley, Fostering a Positive Interpersonal Working Environment: Meshing Group Cohesion Activities with Outdoor Learning Opportunities
- Rebecca Schweigart, Motivations of Long Distance Hikers: Case Study on the Long Trail
- Sarah Jane P. Compton, Consumer Behavior and Organics: A Case Study of the Schwartz Norm Activation Model in Understanding Altruistic Consumer Behavior
- Argira Glama, Journey to Evolutionarily-Informed Environmentalism
- Hillary Foster, Horses and the Natural Environment: An Interactive, Experiential Learning Program for Underprivileged and At-Risk Children
- * Zachary Ewell, Motives in Mountaineering: Understanding the Culture of High Adventure
- Elena Mamatas, Mindfulness and the Cultivation of Pro-Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors
- Kayla Justine DeCarr – Green, Gold and Blue?: Using Ecopsychology to Take the SAD Out of UVM’s School Colors
- Crystal A. Buhler – Environmental Art in Ecopsychology: Art for Healing the Human-to-Nature Disconnect
- * Page Atcheson – Strategic Climate Change Communication: A Creative Effort Toward Mitigation and Adaptation
- Patrick Intolubbe-Chmil – There and Back Again: From the Savannas of East Africa to the Mountains of New England: An Observational Study of Biophilia
- * Samantha Morgan – The Meat of the Matter: Exploring the Relationship between Environmental Ethics and the Food Choices of Environmental Studies Majors at the University of Vermont
- Adam Pearlstein – To Teach or Not to Teach?
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