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.
Tue Jan 21 RSENR USAJobs Workshop for Students, Aiken 102, 7pm
Thu Jan 23 An Evening with Carolyn Finney presented by Vermont Natural Resources Council, Hilton Garden Inn, 101 Main St. Burlington, 5:30-7:30pm, RSVP
Fri Jan 24 RSENR Master's Thesis Seminar & Defense: Camille Marcotte, " Representing 'Place" in Social Media of National Parks," Aiken 311, 9am
Tue Jan 28 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Keynote Event: Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, Ira Allen Chapel, 4pm, Tickets
Wed Jan 29 Lake Champlain Sea Grant Seminar: Eric Leibensperger & Tom Manley, "Upwelling in the South Main Lake - Identifying Events & Assessing Impacts," Aiken 311, noon
Wed Jan 29 University Scholar Lecture: Adrian Ivakhiv, "The Image of Disaster: Spaces of Suffering, Times of Hope, Acts of Imagination," Waterman Memorial Lounge, 4:30pm
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