Learn through experience - outdoors, in the community, in the classroom, around the world.
The Rubenstein School claims a storied history of preparing environmentally and socially responsible leaders, scientists, practitioners and advocates who understand the interdependence of people and healthy ecological systems. A science-based curriculum, focused on experiential learning, inspires students to apply knowledge to real world projects. Students graduate with the skills needed to make change and resolve complex environmental challenges.
Do an internship, conduct research with faculty, take a service-learning or travel course, explore jobs in your field, study abroad.
- Thu Oct 18 UVM Burack Lecture: Caleb McClennen, "Beyond 2020: Frontiers and Futures for Global Conservation," Waterman Memorial Lounge, 4pm
- Fri Oct 19 RSENR Master's Project Seminar & Defense: Taylor Luneau, "Vermont Town Forest Recreation Planning and Community Assistance Program," Aiken 103, 9am
- Fri Oct 19 RSENR PhD Dissertation Seminar & Defense: Matthew Vaughan, "Using High Frequency Optical Water Quality Sensors to Characterize & Interpret Carbon Dynamics Among Contrasting Land Uses," Aiken 311, 1pm
- Sat Oct 20 - Mon Oct 22 Feverish World 2018-2068: Arts & Sciences of Collective Survival Learn more >>
- Tue Oct 23 RSENR PhD Dissertation Seminar & Defense: Brian O'Malley, "Evaluation of Mysis Partial Diel Vertical Migration," Aiken 311, 10:15am
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