As people around the world tune in to the 2021 Olympic Games, Hannah Feinberg ’17 will be watching to ensure her athletes – three women on the U.S. Sailing Team – are meeting their nutritional needs.
Zoë Kennedy has been advocating for a more sustainable transportation system in Burlington for the past year as an intern with Sustainable Transportation Vermont – a College of Arts & Sciences internship program.
Now, the Environmental Studies major will be at the table crafting policy decisions for Burlington.
Sophie Feldman ’22 quietly, gently reaches out with a soft brush and dabs the tail feathers of a magnificent duck. It sits perfectly still. In fact, it’s been sitting still for decades, collecting dust in the lobby of Benedict Auditorium on campus—one member of a remarkable, but neglected, taxidermy collection of stuffed birds and other creatures that extends back to at least the 1850s.
- British Consul General Learns about Sustainable Agriculture Practices from UVM Researchers
- MPA graduate launches "Water of Hope" project in Burkina Faso
- Optimizing Soil Health to Fight Climate Change
- Leahy Secures and Announces $11 Million to Support the Food Systems Research Center at UVM
- Building Health Equity for High Risk Populations in Vermont
- David Conner Receives the CALS Carrigan Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching
- Lake Champlain: Phosphorus Cleanup to Help Vermont Economy, Study Says
- Professor Emerita Rachel Johnson named Fellow of the American Society for Nutrition
- The Class of 2021 Goes Forth
- 2021 Outstanding Student Awards
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