Environmental Studies at UVM

Welcome to the Environmental Program

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Founded in 1972 by UVM presidential mandate, the campus-wide Environmental Program was established to meet the need for greater understanding of the ecological and cultural systems supporting all life on earth. Environmental studies (ENVS) students and faculty at UVM form a vibrant and creative culture. We encourage community engagement through internships and service learning and we actively support student advocacy and political awareness. We promote environmental education at all levels as well as artistic expression of environmental values. Our community is a lively hub of activity, taking up local and global issues with passion and rigor. We believe in collaborative problem-solving and the power of human imagination to create a more sustainable future. We think you will find this Program a beacon of hope amidst the very challenging environmental dilemmas that face humanity.

Announcements

Job Opening at Bittersweet

75%-time Program Assistant

30 hours/week at $15/hour through May 2016, minimum.

Applicants should be available to begin work August 17, 2015 in a schedule yet to be determined

We prefer to hire a recent UVM ENVS graduate who has good familiarity with our major.

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and list of references, as pdf's, to Student Services Coordinator Elizabeth (Ibit) Wright, ewright@uvm.edu by noon on July 24. We plan to interview candidates in person early in the week of August 3-7.

Full position description here.
 

Study ENVS @ UVM

Click here for an overview of the ENVS major by college/school.

Please take a look at our mission statement and core learning outcomes to see how we frame the student experience in this popular UVM environmental program.

40 Year Retrospective

See our beautiful, 36 page publication of the 40 year story of the UVM Environmental Program.  Learn more about our founding, history, and community of creative thinkers and active participants.  Click the image below to view an interactive version, or you can download the large PDF.  Or, if you want us to send you a paper copy, please e-mail Ibit Getchell.