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Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources

The George D. Aiken Center houses the Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources

The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR) (established in 2003) is the University of Vermont's natural resources college. It was formerly called The School of Natural Resources (originally established in 1973). It is home to a natural resources and field study based curriculum, has its own core courses and building. There are several majors including environmental sciences, environmental studies, forestry, natural resources, recreation management and wildlife biology.

The Rubenstein School campus includes members of the UVM Environmental Program, the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, the Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory, and the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.

The Aiken building, which houses RSENR has recently undergone a retrofit which has gained a LEED certification of platinum and has the highest certification score in the entire state of Vermont. One of the other facilities belonging to the school is the Rubenstein Ecosystem Research Lab at the Burlington waterfront.

External links

  • Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources website
  • University of Vermont


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