Dr. Pramodita (Dita) Sharma, Ph.D. (University of Calgary) is the Sanders Chair & Professor of Family Business at the Grossman School of Business, University of Vermont. She holds an honorary doctorate from the […]
Centennial Woods is 65 acres made up of mature conifer stands and hardwoods such as Black Cherries, Eastern White Pines, Oaks, Maples, and Birches. Centennial Woods is located in the middle of Vermont’s biggest m […]
3 right hand turns are all it takes to get to my spot out of the main door of where I live in WDW. A right out the door, a walk down the bike path, across the street, down a foot path, another right, a brief walk […]
On the first visit to my sight I noticed something really weird on the riverbank and am decided to document it as this project continues on.
As you can see there is a strange orange matter here that also […]
to the little spot of mine located in Centennial Woods in Burlington, VT! My spot is located on the middle of a footbridge which is right over a stream running through the woods.
How do I get there?
To get […]
Wiggly Wood is defined by the man made structure that I call the “wiggly wood walkway”. This walkway is carved tree wood with screws that attach it to pieces of plywood that help keep it sturdy so that people can […]
Although my location may not be in an area secluded from many people, it has its own charms and is what you make of it. The area, that I consider my own, is adorn with two large maples that, especially at this […]
The Stream that cuts through Centennial woods is the place that I have chosen to study for this phenology assignment. The area around the stream and the stream its self are showing signs of the […]
Some streams may seem like simple things with not much depth to them. However, when you are able to spend time deeply looking into the surroundings, you are able to learn and see things you have never seen […]
Today’s Spotlight is one of our Exploring Group’s Peer Leader – Alex Hollander. She is a junior who changed her major from Nursing to Health Sciences. Below she has provided tips on how to go about changing or […]
As but one session of a day-long event celebrating, honoring, and reflecting upon Indigenous Peoples’ Day, our second Religious Literacy Month event was “Abenaki Spirituality and Religion.” Dr. Vicki Brennan […]