• Executive Master Program's Three Year Legacy in Yunnan, China

    Executive Master Program’s Three Year Legacy in Yunnan, China

    For the past three years, VT’s Executive Master of Natural Resources (XMNR) has sent a cohort of students on a 10-day international residency to Yunnan Province, China to focus on sustainable development opportunities and challenges in the region.

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  • Climate, Energy, and Cities: Learning By Doing

    Climate, Energy, and Cities: Learning By Doing

    In the Executive Master of Natural Resources (XMNR) graduate program we learn by doing, and for the second year in a row we spent a month working with Arlington County, Virginia, on its award winning Community Energy Plan.

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  • Architects Explore Sustainable Housing Development in China

    Architects Explore Sustainable Housing Development in China

    This year we continued to build upon our experience in China, expanding the reach of our China-related programs, by developing and leading a study tour for 19 members of American Institute of Architects’s Housing Knowledge Community.

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Robert Cox, an Online Master of Natural Resources alumnus, met with scientists and curriculum developers at the Wash Woods Environmental Education Center to have his graduate capstone research developed into new science curriculum for Virginia students across the state.

From Capstone to Curriculum

Did you know that invasive feral pigs have been reported in at least 40 of the 50 states? This

Nigeria State Christmas Tree

Growing Connections and Getting Results

Prior to the Executive Masters of Natural Resources (XMNR), Maggie Striz Calnin was working for a consulting firm coordinating programs for the

Hugo in Morocco

How the XMNR is Preparing Me to be a Global Leader

On January 7th, two Muslim extremists attacked Charlie Hebdo, a satiric newspaper in Paris, carrying out an act that shocked the world and raised grave fears