Students and Faculty use the natural world in, on and around the St. Michael’s Campus as inspiration (wanting more technical word, but drawing a blank this morning) for their research. Projects include everything from Campus Food Security to the environmental analysis of the Elizabeth Mine in southern Vermont to tracking species diversity and succession in our 360-acre Natural Area. Students and Faculty present their findings at local, regional and national conferences and often publish in academic journals, popular media and local news.

Examples of faculty and student research coming soon.