University of Vermont graduate student Hannah Lachance had a day’s notice to write a 300-word essay to apply for a $2000 Women in STEM Scholarship from Universities.com.
Phoebe Spencer always wanted to go beyond the hallowed halls of academia to apply her expertise in economic inequality and environmental issues to real-world problems.
The University of Vermont was undergraduate Kunal Palawat’s (’18) second choice school, but he made the decision to come to UVM as an environmental sciences major in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. He now acknowledges it was the best decision he could have made.
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