- Creating a Phenological Calendar of Flowering Plants in Old Fields
- Habitat Mapping of the Ecological Preserve
- Project Chickadee
- Conservation Genetics of White Ash on the Vassar College Ecological Preserve
- Understanding how a pathogen emerges in the environment and affects amphibian embryos
- American chestnut as a management strategy for vine-dominated light gaps in temperate forests
- Wildlife Monitoring at the Vassar Farm and Ecological Preserve
- Small Mammal & Tick Habitat Preference: Predicting Lyme Disease Risk
- Emerald Ash Borer Invasion: Potential Consequences for the Vassar Ecological Preserve
- Climate Change and White-Tailed Deer Impacts on the Function of Northern Temperate Forest
- Exotic Earthworms or Overabundant White-Tailed Deer: Who is driving this ecosystem?
- Land use control of invertebrate communities and decomposition
- Seed Predation and Forest Regeneration in a Second Growth Forest
- Mapping Oriental Bittersweet to Prioritize Management Decisions
- 50 Years Later: A comparative study of currently farmed and old-field soils at the Vassar Farm
- The Potential Effect of the Emerald Ash Borer on the Vassar Ecological Preserve
- Effects of Alliaria petiolata on the understory of an eastern deciduous forest.
- Trophic Implications of Plant Invasions (TIPI)
- Mist Netting on the Vassar Farm
- Effectiveness of artificial nest structures for detecting and monitoring Northern Saw-whet Owls at Vassar Farm
- Environmental Stress, Nutrition, & Tadpole Development
There is a small, expendable fund that can be used to purchase supplies for student projects that are relevant to the preserve and its mission. Interested individuals should contact Keri VanCamp, Field Station and Ecological Preserve Manager for more information.