Gund Institute Names 2023 Catalyst Award Winners

Top (L to R): Carol Adair and Raju Badireddy. Bottom: Leon Walls and Julia Perdrial.

The Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont today announced $250,000 in Catalyst Awards for two new research projects tackling urgent U.S. water issues fueled by climate change.   

These seed grants will launch new UVM research on U.S. water quality threats from warming winters, and the water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, where the largely Black community is...

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Students Gain Career Experience Through the Rubenstein School’s Perennial Internship Program

Experiential learning is one of the core tenets of the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. Whether a student opts to take a spring break travel course, chooses to conduct research alongside a faculty member, or to do an internship, seeking learning beyond the classroom is highly encouraged.

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A Whole Other Kind of Dean's List in the Rubenstein School

When Allan Strong, Interim Dean of the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, walks into a room for a meeting, those who know him well ask him to sit with his back to the window. The issue? Allan is easily distracted by things with wings.

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