Ph.D. Student Rosie Chapina Named 2024 Knauss Fellow

Rosie Chapina standing on the Research Vessel the Marcelle Melosira

Rosaura (Rosie) Chapina, a Ph.D. student in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and a Gund Institute for Environment Graduate Fellow, has been nominated as a Lake Champlain Sea Grant 2024 Knauss Fellow. Chapina conducts impactful research with the Rubenstein School Ecosystem Science Laboratory and is an active member of the School community, serving on its Board of...

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An image of Joe Roman next to an image of his book entitled "Eat, Poop, Die"

Eat, Poop, Die: UVM Researcher’s Book Explores How Animals Make Our World

In his new book “Eat, Poop, Die,” UVM wildlife expert Joe Roman explores the fascinating lives of whales, seabirds, insects and other animals as they traverse their homes, from a few thousand kilometers of ocean to a few inches of soil. 

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A photo of a snowboarder carving through snowy Vermont woods.

How Will Climate Change Impact Snow Sports?

With ski resorts set to open across the U.S., skiers and snowboarders—and the entire winter sports industry—are turning their attention to the snow forecast.

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