This spring marks the 16th year of the Rubenstein School Greening of Rubenstein Interns class. The class is taught by Research Associate Gary Hawley, with help this year from mentors Colleen Armstrong, manager of the UVM Greenhouse; Lecturer David Raphael, landscape architect; Michelle Keller of Burlington Electric; Rich Wollbach, UVM energy consultant; and electrical engineering student Bert Henderson. 

Student interns completed 5 projects that focused on increasing the energy efficiency and environmental sustainability of the Aiken Center and other Rubenstein School buildings and helped to build the vision for the Rubenstein School Net Zero Energy initiative. 

Interns will give their final project presentations on May 4, 2017 from 6:00 to 7:30pm in 311 Aiken Center. All members of the Rubenstein School community are encouraged to attend!

Follow the links below to read the mid-semester reports for each student project. Please visit our wiki space at the end of the semester to view final project presentations and to learn about past Greening Interns projects. 

2017 Greening of Rubenstein Interns Project Reports

Rubenstein School Building Energy Use After Efficiency Upgrades
Student Interns: Travis Miller and Shelby Long

Aiken Green Roof Project
Student Interns: Nick Warren, Jen Diehl, and Ben Galligan

Aiken’s Energy Creep
Student Interns: Patrick Mulhern, Zach Masi and Kira Wollensak

Aiken Solarium Changes
Student Interns: Noah Weller and Suma Lashof

See the Wind Inside Aiken
Student Interns: Will Kelleher and Caroline Galliani

PUBLISHED

04-24-2017
Rubenstein School