Sonya Buglion Gluck graduated from UVM’s Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources in 2018 with a self-designed degree in Integrated Natural Resources. Her thesis project examined the racial climate in the Rubenstein School through focus groups with undergraduate students, community involvement and activism. This thesis, along with her involvement in the Black Student Union and Vermont Students Towards Environmental Protection, deepened her commitment to and passion for racial and environmental justice, particularly through the lens of education.
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Equity and inclusion in the Wellness Environment. I will be organizing many programs and events in the WE residential halls this year and want to be sure that these events and programs serve students from a variety of backgrounds, experiences and interests. You can stop by my office anytime to talk about your ideas for new events or revamping old ones.