“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.
Senior Nisha Nadkarni ’20, is an Environmental Sciences major in the University of Vermont (UVM) Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. She combined her academic work with her interests in community development and water quality to engage with local residents to improve stormwater quality in the Lake Champlain watershed.
Senior Kate Wettergreen ’20 learned that getting involved was key to her success in the University of Vermont (UVM) Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
- Lianne Parmalee Pursues Lifelong Passion for Water to a Post-Graduation Job
- Mary Kate Lisi Interns with Environmental Consulting Firm in South Burlington, Vermont
- Christina Samela Interns with Town of Colchester
- Keira Cameron Interns with Bear Creek Environmental
- Astrid Adams Interns with Lake Champlain Sea Grant
- Kunal Palawat Makes Change Happen Through Environmental Research and Student Engagement
- Jessica Mailhot Portrays Passion for Birds, Research and Art: Environmental Sciences Degree
- Rhianna Sommers Learns About an Environmental Consulting Career Through Semester Internship with VHB
- Taylor Smith Monitors Superfund Sites with Environmental Protection Agency
- Local Tech Company Tests Oceanographic Vehicles at Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory
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