The sun was setting behind the Adirondacks on a clear summer evening and Lake Champlain was flat as a mirror. The only disturbance was the hum of a small motor propelling an aluminum boat. Rosie Chapina — a PhD student in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources — had her net and other tools by her side as she sat on the hull, waiting to find the right spot. She was looking...
Americans are leaving many of the U.S. counties hit hardest by hurricanes and heatwaves—and moving towards dangerous wildfires and warmer temperatures, finds one of the largest studies of U.S. migration and natural hazards.
The Gund Institute for Environment is pleased to welcome 21 outstanding scholars from the University of Vermont and beyond.
This year’s cohort of newly affiliated members includes five UVM faculty members, three Global Affiliates, nine Graduate Fellows, and four Postdoctoral Fellows.
- Gund Institute Announces 2022 Fellowship Recipients
- Nature Helps Mental Health, Research Says—But Only For Rich, White People?
- The Secret to Better Coffee? The Birds and the Bees
- Vermont Flood Costs Could Exceed $5.2 Billion
- Losing Nature Disproportionally Impacts Black, Hispanic, and Low-Income Americans
- Lake Champlain: Phosphorus Cleanup to Help Vermont Economy, Study Says
- Vermont to Pay Farmers for Tackling Phosphorus
- Fueling Change: UVM Grads Reduce Home Energy Use
- Gund Institute Adds Policy Director, PhD Students, Postdocs
- 2018-2019 Thomas J. Votta Scholarship
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