Lee Andors

Administrative Assistant, Department Coordinator & Internship Coordinator

102 Terrill, 570 Main Street Burlington VT 05405
802-656-0155(direct) or 802-656-2070(main department line)

Please contact me for office hours

Lee.Andors@uvm.edu Email and Teams are the best ways to reach me! 

or ascidept@uvm.edu 

or asci.internship@uvm.edu 

Lee supports the department chair, faculty, grad students and undergrad population. She manages the department website, oversees the student run social media pages, and all of the internal administrative support for the department. Her passion is working with students in her internship coordinator role and hopes to expand support in this area in the future.
She is a 3rd generation Vermonter who loves living in Chittenden County. Her educations is: an A.S. from Vermont Technical College (VTC) in Veterinary Technology, a B.S. from The University of Vermont (UVM) in Animal Science, and is a part time student working on a Masters in Education, also through UVM. In her free time, she loves spending time with her mini-Dachshund, at the lake on her SUP, and going to live music.

Abigail Maucieri

Lab coordinator & Intenrship Coorinator

107C Terrill, 570 Main Street Burlington VT 05405

Please contact me for office hours

Abigail.Maucieri@uvm.edu Email and Teams are the best ways to reach me!

Abby is the Lab and Internship Coordinator for the Animal and Veterinary Science department. She joined the department in 2023 coordinating undergraduate teaching laboratory classes, giving her the opportunity to work with both undergraduate students and the department’s graduate teaching assistants. Originally from Pennsylvania, she moved south where she earned a B.S. in Dairy Science and a B.S. in Animal and Poultry Sciences with a minor in International Agriculture and Life Sciences from Virginia Tech. During her time at Virginia Tech, she enjoyed assisting with research in both dairy and beef cattle nutrition and reproduction. She then completed an internship in Dairy Management at Miner Institute where she fell in love with New England.

She returned to the northeast for graduate school where she earned a M.S. in Animal Science from UVM and is working on completing her Ph.D. from UVM in Animal, Nutrition and Food Sciences, with research focused on bovine reproductive biology. She was thrilled to have the opportunity to stay with the department after graduate school. In her spare time, Abby enjoys working around her family’s dairy and maple farm, tending to her chickens and garden, reading and hiking with her 3 Australian cattle dogs.