Service-Learning class at local park

Though the Rubenstein School is the smallest school at UVM, it offers a large portion of all the service-learning courses taught across campus. Learn more about our service-learning community partners.

Current Service-learning Courses

The following academic year courses have been designated as service-learning through the Office of Community-Engaged Learning.

Spring 2019

  • ENSC 201: Recovery & Restoration of Altered Ecosystems - Bill Keeton
  • ENVS 295:  Birding for Change - Trish O'Kane
  • ENVS 295: Energy Law & Climate Change - Jody Prescott
  • ENVS 295: Energy & Climate in Vermont - Brian Tokar
  • ENVS 295: Community Engagement for Sustainability - Dave Kestenbaum & Walt Kuentzel
  • FOR 112: Natural Resources Ecology & Assessment 2 - Luben Dimov
  • NR 195: Bahamas: Place-based Ecology Design - Walter Poleman & Hans Estrin
  • NR 206: Environmental Problem Solving & Impact Assessment - Zac Ispa-Landa
  • NR 264: Ross Environment Public Service Practicum - Clare Ginger
  • NR 295: Community Engagement for Sustainability: Costa Rica - Dave Kestenbaum

Fall 2018

  • ENVS 212: Advanced Agroecology - Ernesto Mendez
  • ENVS 294: Environmental Education - Rachelle Gould
  • ENVS 295: Community-Based Conservation - Cecilia Danks
  • ENVS 295: Birding for Change - Trish O'Kane
  • NR 206: Environmental Problem Solving & Impact Assessment - Zac Ispa-Landa
  • NR 243: GIS Practicum - Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne
  • PRT 138: Landscape Architecture for Parks & Recreation - David Raphael
  • PRT 158: Resort Management & Marketing - Dave Kaufman

 

Past Service-learning Courses