Gina Fiorile ’18, recent graduate of the University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, joins a group of thirty young leaders from around the world who are being recognized as top change-makers in environmental education for 2018 by the North American Association for Environmental Education (N
Choosing a college was easy for Vermonter Kristen Switzer ’18. Her keen interest in animals, plants, and the environment drew her to visit UVM, where she discovered the Aiken Center, a LEED Platinum-certified green building and home to the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Diana Gurvich ’18 collected insects and spiders as a child growing up outside of Boston. As a high school student, she discovered birding and a whole community of birders. She enrolled in the University of Vermont’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, her first-choice school, as a wildlife and fisheries biology major.
- Emily Bogan Pinpoints Her Interest in Environmental Education Through Experiential Learning Opportunities
- Graduate Student Wins Scholarship with Essay on Poop, Guts, Molecular Genetics
- Banking For Change: Gund Alum Joins World Bank
- Kunal Palawat Makes Change Happen Through Environmental Research and Student Engagement
- Graduate Student Receives Full Scholarship to iDiv Summer School in Germany
- Katlyn Williard Seeks a Path in Pursuit of Her Dream Job with U.S. Forest Service
- Caitlin Drasher Enriches Her Wildlife Skills Through Volunteer and Research Experience
- From Student to Staff: Caylin McKee Grows with UVM Campus Sustainability
- Student Invited by White House for Third Speaking Engagement on Climate Change
- UVM Grad Student Wins Switzer Environmental Fellowship
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