Enjoy the Fall 2019 Rubenstein School Newsletter providing news about the UVM Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources and its community!   

In this issue, learn about a $1.9 million National Science Foundation grant awarded to Professor Tony D'Amato and the University of Vermont Rubenstein School for work with the University of Maine and University of New Hampshire to compile data to better assess, understand, and forecast complex forest landscape changes.

We welcome Assistant Professor Brittany Mosher, a new faculty member in the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology Program, who brings expertise in quantitative, amphibian, and wildlife disease ecology.

Meet a star undergraduate, Jillian Scannell '20, who received a 2019 prestigious national Harry S. Truman Scholarship.

Learn how alum Alma Ripps '88 is developing policy for parks as the Chief of Policy at the National Park Service and about a faculty and graduate student study that shows for people in cities, big green parks give the biggest mood boost.

Find out how two recent graduate alums, Daniel Fredman '18 and Elizabeth Palchak '19, both applied for one position at a sustainable energy company and both got the job. 

And read about 750 acres generously added to our UVM Natural Areas and UVM Forests and much more on our News webpage!

Read the Fall 2019 Rubenstein School Newsletter.

PUBLISHED

11-14-2019
Rubenstein School