Two University of Vermont (UVM) graduate students, Isabella (Bella) Bennett (Gund Institute Graduate Fellow and Rubenstein School PhD Student) and Krizzia Soto-Villanueva (Gund Institute Graduate Fellow and Food Systems PhD Student), created an experiential learning opportunity for students from minority-serving institutions.
When an emergency like a car accident or a natural disaster happens there are a lot of questions that need to get answered as quickly as possible. First Responders arrive on the scene and assess rapidly before taking action, but when the situation is in a hard-to-reach location, or an unprecedented disaster has occurred, it can be difficult to act fast.
The term summer vacation often conjures up images of long summer days spent relaxing by a pool, lake or one of Vermont's many natural swimming holes. But for many UVM students, summer vacation is another opportunity to deepen skills and gain first-hand professional experience through research, internships and experiential learning programs.
- Rubenstein Seniors and First Years Share Learning at Rock Point
- Bryce Carleton’s Ecological Design Experiences Grow into Job at Innovation Start-Up
- Marjorie McWilliams Connects Natural Resources Major with a Community Career
- Shira Berkelhammer Finds Her Future in Fisheries
- Calling Lake Champlain Home
- City of Burlington Implements Shoreline Management Guide Created by RSENR Students
- Senior Olivia Lopez Awarded for Campus Environmental Leadership
- Senior Olivia Vought Sets Her Sights on Climate Research and Heads into a PhD Program
- Senior Andrew Romano Shares His Passion for Outdoor Recreation to Raise BIPOC Participation
- Student Research Takes Aim At Brighter, Greener Future
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