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
A senior in the UVM Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, Emily Bogan ‘18 appreciated that she could take core courses in the natural sciences, build an ecological background, but follow a socially oriented major in the Parks, Recreation and Tourism (PRT) program.
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.
- 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
- Jessica Mailhot Portrays Passion for Birds, Research and Art: Environmental Sciences Degree
- Jacqueline Cardoza Digs Deeper into Environmental Health: Environmental Studies Degree
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