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UVM Researchers Help Shape First National Nature Assessment

A flyer for the First National Nature Assessment, with the text "The Writing Begins"


UVM Student Creates Roadmap For a Bee-Friendly Campus

Erin Camire in front of UVM gardens.


The F.T. Kidder Medal: Soham Mehta

Portrait of Soham Mehta


Saying Yes to Opportunities, at Home and Abroad

Cole on the side of a boat with water and mountains behind him.


Senior Spotlights: Class of 2024

A collage of the five students featured in this article. From left to right: Emma Wetsel, Parker Kimberly, Soham Mehta, Sara Sexton, and Val Kostelnik.


Trusting the Process: How Gus Lunde '24 Leaned into his Passions for Biking and Birding to Design an Honors College Thesis

Gus performing a mountain bike jump in the forest.


Introducing the Planetary Health Initiative

aerial view of UVM campus, Lake Champlain, and the Adirondack Mountains beyond


Community Building In and Out of the Classroom

Juliana posing on the roof of a building overlooking the city and mountains.


Mieder, Rubenstein to Receive Honorary Degrees at UVM’s 2024 Commencement

Portraits of Wolgang Mieder and Beverly Rubenstein


UVM PhD Students Lead International Team in Carbon Flux Research

Researchers taking zooplankton samples at the LakeLab


Scientists Discover Forests That May Resist Climate Change

An image of forested mountains with a white cloud through the valley between them


Americans More Willing to Pay for Climate Action After Extreme Weather

An image of a forest fire. There are green trees and orange flames.


Scientists Use Wearable Technology to Detect Stress Levels During Sleep


Navigating Transportation Issues Through Environmental and Resource Planning

Chris Lamm standing in front of a Department of Transportation sign


New England Study Calls for Dramatic Increase in Sustainable Forestry

A thinned forest with some felled trees on the forest floor.


Exploring How Creativity Can Heal and Change Human-Environment Systems

The RSENR Inclusive Arts Initiative Gallery on the first floor of the Aiken Center - nine pieces of art hung on a well-lit wall


Bugs, Birds, and Benthic Invertebrates: Making the Most of Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Pierre smiling and holding a small brown bird on a field of green grass with a hill in the background


Deforestation Exacerbates Risk of Malaria for Most-vulnerable Children

a mosquito feeding on a human blood meal


From UVM Forestry Program to the US Forest Service

Emma Conti is smiling and kneeling inside a large tree


Birding to Change the World

Trish O'Kane standing outside in front of a river smiling


Question Everything

Sam Bliss stands in a community garden holding a leek. The word "food" is tattooed across his fingers


Gund Institute Names 2024 Catalyst Award Winners

A composite image of Rachelle Gould (left) and Trisha Shrum (right), with a forest shown on the middle panel


Using AI, Other Tech to Monitor Companies’ Impacts on Biodiversity

An image of a brownish-yellow insect on a purple flower, with greenery in the background


Facing Challenges Together and Welcoming New Faculty

The front of the Aiken Center with snow on the ground and signs spelling out "Net Zero" in the windows


A Moving Memorial Service for Jarlath O’Neil-Dunne

Two marines unfurling a large American flag at the memorial service for Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne