Senior Olivia Lopez ‘21, from North Andover, Massachusetts, came to the University of Vermont (UVM) as an Environmental Sciences major, added a double major in Forestry, and became a leader for environmental sustainability and inclusion across campus.
“I have always been interested in climate change work and feel it is an important ecological problem to which I would like to contribute through research,” said University of Vermont senior Olivia Vought ‘21, an Environmental Sciences major in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
University of Vermont senior Andrew Romano ’21 has a mantra. “Everything and everyone outdoors,” he says. “I’d like to help close the gap between less represented People of Color and White-dominated participation in outdoor recreation.”
- Student Research Takes Aim At Brighter, Greener Future
- Rubenstein School Installs 100s of Long-Term Monitoring Plots on UVM Forests
- Service Learning and Community Responsiveness in COVID
- Haley Sommer Helps Lead Kesha Ram’s Winning Primary Campaign for Vermont Senate
- Forestry Senior Maria Emanuelli Hired by U.S. Forest Service
- Fulbright Awardee Reilly Becchina Continues Wildlife Research in Mongolia
- Nisha Nadkarni Integrates Community Engagement and Watershed Science
- Kate Wettergreen Takes on Environmental Leadership Roles
- Forestry Student Brenna Christensen Serves as Teacher and Role Model
- Undergraduate Ben Church Takes a Leadership Role in Forestry
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