Sunset snowy view of campus outside of the Aiken Building
A snowy scene outside of the Aiken Center, home to the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. Photo by Sally McCay.
Dean's Message

As we welcome 2022 and look ahead to a new semester, I am reflecting on a uniquely challenging and wonderful fall. I am tremendously proud of the Rubenstein School community for exhibiting respect and safety over the past four months. We've shared many pieces of news on our website about exciting research, student stories, and alumni updates. I hope you'll take some time to review these updates from our shared community. We look forward to taking on new challenges and opportunities this year and welcoming students back in a few short weeks!


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Dean Nancy Mathews
Amie Schiller planting purple cone flower
Experiential Learning Leads to Land Trust Job
Alumna Amie Schiller applied her training and experiences in the Rubenstein School to build a career in environmental conservation. Read More »
Ellen Marsden holding a fish
Ellen Marsden Named AFS Fellow
The American Fisheries Society, the world’s oldest and largest fisheries science society, has named Dr. Ellen Marsden a 2021 Fellow. Read More »
Vermont Climate Assessment
The recently-released study finds the state’s average annual temperature has warmed by nearly 2°F, and precipitation has increased by a whopping 21%, since 1900. Read More »
Faculty Job Opening

Endowed Chair of Watershed Science and Management

The Rubenstein School is seeking applicants for a full-time, 9-month, tenured position in Watershed Science and Management. Outstanding candidates will be considered for an endowed chair position at the rank of Full Professor. Learn more and apply! »

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