Environmental Program, University of Vermont
Scope and Contents
The Environmental Program Records document the establishment of this academic department at the University of Vermont and the student output in the form of senior theses, including those for departmental honors. The form and nature of the student writing varies from artistic and literary to classroom based to statistical research. Papers are grouped by the year in which they were produced (as marked on the document) and are organized by the author's last name.
- University of Vermont.. Environmental Program (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
All requests to publish or quote from archives must be submitted in writing to the University Archivist.
Founded in 1972 by UVM presidential mandate, the campus-wide Environmental Program was established to meet the need for greater understanding of the ecological and cultural systems supporting all life on earth. Environmental studies (ENVS) students and faculty at UVM form a vibrant and creative culture. We encourage community engagement through internships and service learning and we actively support student advocacy and political awareness. We promote environmental education at all levels as well as artistic expression of environmental values. Our community is a lively hub of activity, taking up local and global issues with passion and rigor. We believe in collaborative problem-solving and the power of human imagination to create a more sustainable future. [provided by the department]
65 Linear Feet (51 cartons, 3 boxes, 1 oversize volume)
The Environmental Program Records document the beginnings of this academic department at the University of Vermont and the student output since.
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- Guide to the University of Vermont Environmental Program Records
- 2018 December
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