While aquaculture, the growing of food—from fish to plants to algae—in water, has been a focus of research and workforce development in coastal states for decades, the field is just beginning to gain traction in the Lake Champlain basin.
In the wake of COVID-19, Lake Champlain Sea Grant hired an aquaculture specialist, Theo Willis, to introduce...
Senior Bryce Carleton ’22 wasn’t really sure what he wanted to do when he entered college. A class at his Exeter, New Hampshire high school on wind turbines and the idea of green roofs intrigued him, and he liked plants.
Rubenstein School Assistant Professor, Dr. Mindy Morales-Williams, has been honored with a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for her outstanding contributions and vision for continued research in limnology and phytoplankton ecology.
- Undergraduate Class Projects Contribute to Campus Sustainability for 21 Years
- Story Cores
- Fixing Phosphorus
- Professor Paul Bierman Joins the Environmental Sciences Program in the Rubenstein School
- Senior Olivia Lopez Awarded for Campus Environmental Leadership
- Justin Geibel Creates Bridge to Conservation Careers for Young People
- Nisha Nadkarni Integrates Community Engagement and Watershed Science
- Kate Wettergreen Takes on Environmental Leadership Roles
- Anne Correia Builds Environmental Education Career and Teaching Facility
- Life on the Mississippi
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