L4E Campuses




L4E's Network Strategy Centers (NSCs) are the university based projects that work together to implement L4E’s vision and mission. L4E doctoral students receive their PhDs through existing degree programs at universities where L4E has a NSC. Students benefit from having access to faculty and courses at all NSCs within the L4E network.  NSCs are intended to develop and implement place-based research-to-action initiatives grounded in their respective regions and/or strategically selected sites. These research initiatives will engage L4E students and academics as well as relevant holders of knowledge and other members of the region. 


University of Vermont

Burlington, Vermont, USA


The University of Vermont is a Public Ivy located just off the shores of Lake Champlain. UVM scores within the top 100 research universities, and #3 for Top 50 Green Colleges. L4E at UVM is associated with both the renowned Rubenstein School of Environmental and Natural Resources and the Gund Institute for Environment.

Access a map of UVM's Campus here

McGill University

Montreal, Quebec, Canada


McGill University is one of Canada's best-known institutions of higher learning, attracting students from around the world. L4E's home is in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill’s Macdonald Campus, a 650-hectare green space on the western tip of the island of Montreal known as Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue.

Access a map of Macdonald Campus here.


L4E members may use the forms below to submit published works, events, or blogs that they would like to have displayed on the L4E website. 

  • Event Submission Form - L4E members may use this form to submit events hosted by L4E, run by L4E participants, or that include L4E speakers.