"Every year, CUPS recognizes outstanding faculty, students, and community partners for their work in creating rigorous and reciprocal community-engaged learning opportunities for students that benefit communities in Vermont and beyond."

This year Dr. Farryl received the UVM CUPS Outstanding New Service-Learning Faculty Award for her community partner work with Kenya.  Her community partner, GoGlobal VT was also honored.

Dr. Farryl and CDAE Chair Jane Kolodinsky co-teach a winter session travel course in Kenya, CDAE/NFS 295: Sustainable Development & Education: Kenya. In the course students develop projects, learn about Kenyan culture and prepare to work in the field in two communities in Kenya.

More information on UVM CUPS Service Learning Awards.




Ann Marie Martin
Dr. Farryl with Dean Vogelmann and CDAE Chair Jane Kolodinsky
Dr. Farryl with CDAE Chair Jane Kolodinsky and Kenya Community Partners