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Synergy in a Faculty Learning Community: Sustainability & Pedagogy at Cal State East Bay

  • California State University, East Bay (CA)

Having joined AASHE in fall 2011, Cal State East Bay established its first Faculty Learning Community (FLC) to focus on Sustainability & Pedagogy during the winter and spring quarters of ...

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Not Just a Bike Path: Assessment of Bike Culture at California State University, Northridge

  • California State University, Northridge (CA)

California State University, Northridge has been active in improving the bicycling conditions on campus for the past few years. Based on research, some of which was conducted by students through ...

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Immersed in the Environment: A Concentrated Weekend Course

  • Carnegie Mellon University (PA)

The Environment Today' course at Carnegie Mellon is organized by students held over one intense weekend in the spring semester. Course content is expansive and challenging; such as 'Biodiversity and ...

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Beyond Efficiency to Embedded Sustainability

  • Clarke University (IA)

Program Abstract: Sustainability offers the physical plant administrator tremendous opportunities to increase the profile of her/his department. It also offers a significant new dimension to her/his leadership role ...

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A Sustainable, Student-Run, and Delicious Cooperative at Your Campus

  • CoFED (NM)

Three times a day we choose put something in our bodies that is sustainable or unsustainable. Every student that comes into your school comes open to new ideas and experiences ...

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CoFED: Student Leadership Through Cooperative, Sustainable Food Enterprises

  • CoFED (NM)

Empowered student leadership is the most critical tool to catalyze a culture of sustainability on your campus. Imagine your most active student leaders being able to engage any student that ...

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Importance of Cohesion between Administration and Governance Entities to Promote Sustainable Initiatives at a Community College.

  • College of Lake County (IL)

When students and faculty embark on a journey to achieve sustainable excellence on their campuses. Their journey tends to be comprised of hurdles and challenges that require them to push ...

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Living & Learning Communities for Sustainability Students Studying Abroad

  • Danish Institute for Study Abroad (Hovestaden)

DIS - Danish Institute for Study Abroad has created a unique opportunity for American undergraduate students through their "Living & Learning Communities" in Copenhagen. What originally started as a "Green House ...

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Global Climate Change: Integrative Curriculum Development for General Chemistry

  • Drexel University (PA)
  • Green Mountain College (VT)

Global climate change is a timely issue for our students, both now and in their future careers. Furthermore, climate change connects easily to many concepts addressed in the general chemistry ...

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Setting Ideas into Action: An Example of Student Leadership

  • San Diego State University (CA)
  • Emerging Technologies Associates, Inc. (CA)

How do we advance sustainability in higher education? How do we tap into the student body to gain ownership of an idea? How do we set ideas in action? A ...

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Collaborative Research as a Pedagogical Tool: Using Surveys and Interviews as a Way to Teach Sustainability on Campus.

  • Emory & Henry College (VA)

Recognizing that campus culture is a primary driving force of energy consumption on a college campus, Emory & Henry College sought to better understand what students and faculty know about ...

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Service Learning through On-Campus Technical Design Projects: Examples from Engineers for a Sustainable World

  • Engineers for a Sustainable World (CO)

Engineers for a Sustainable World is a national organization whose local student chapters help students practice technical skills in real-world projects. Many chapters choose to work on their own campuses ...

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Within Reach: The Movie

  • Fellowship for Intentional Community (MO)

This film is an epic quest, a story of personal and planetary transformation. It's an adventure, and there's a little bit of love story in the mix too ...

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Harnessing Student Talent to Invigorate, Forge and Sustain Partnerships

  • Focus the Nation (OR)

This panel discussion showcases a community college's student-led initiative to create a community renewable energy project and will explore three key components to building strategic partnerships and effective collaborations ...

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Ecosystems Planning: A Systems Approach to Sustainability Strategy

  • George Washington University (DC)

The George Washington University's Ecosystem Enhancement Plan complements the Climate Action Plan (2010) and the GWater Plan (2011). Through this plan GW reviews its impact and dependence on ecosystems ...

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Combining Environmental Literature and Science Across the Campus Landscape

  • George Williams College of Aurora University (WI)

Recently, much interest has been paid to the importance of interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches in environmental studies, as viewing the environment from both a scientific and a philosophical perspective can accommodate ...

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Student Energy Simulations Guiding Facility Retrofits: Connecting Student Learning Outcomes to Facility Efficiency

  • Georgia Piedmont Technical College (GA)
  • Georgia Perimeter College (GA)

Facilities improvements on existing institutional buildings can support student learning outcomes, inter-institutional collaborations, and industry partner collaboration, especially amidst institutional budgetary challenges. A community college in the Southeastern U.S ...

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Sharing the Spirit "Do It In the Dark" Energy Conservation Challenge

  • Green Mountain College (VT)

Green Mountain College's Student Campus Greening Fund, a committee that is student funded, student run and implements student projects helped fund the college's Energy Dashboard. The touch-screen monitors ...

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Designing and Operating a Certified "Living Building:" Meeting Certification and Maintaining Net-Zero Energy

  • Washington University in St. Louis (MO)
  • Hellmuth + Bicknese Architects (MO)

The Tyson Living Learning Center at Washington University in St. Louis opened in May 2009 and on October 12, 2010 became one of the first two buildings in the world ...

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Changing the Campus Dynamic: The student creation and administration of the Sustainability Initiatives Fund at Johnson County Community College

  • Johnson County Community College (KS)

In fall 2009, a small cohort of Honors students at Johnson County Community College took it upon themselves to campaign across campus, petitioning their peers, appealing to the President, and ...

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In-Vessel Composting - From Farm to Kitchen to Compost, and Back to Farm

  • Johnson County Community College (KS)

Space on any campus is limited especially when you mention you want to compost food. In-vessel composting is a viable way to compost all your food while keeping odor under ...

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Growing Your Eco-Rep Program: Credit, Greek houses and targeting your strategies

  • Lehigh University (PA)

Lehigh University's Eco-Reps program was established by students Fall 2010 through funding from Lehigh's green fund but expanded greatly Fall 2011, with a budget provided by the Sustainability ...

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Egyptian Sustainable Urbanism (ESU): An Experimental Study of the Academic Role towards Glocal Challenges

  • Mansoura University

This research is about an experiment of creating a stimulating laboratory of innovative concepts and thorough studies based on the national sustainable urban perspective of Egypt. It demonstrates an overview ...

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Transitioning CSU San Bernardino to a Sustainable Vision: A Benefits-Cost Analysis Framework for Project Assessment and Social Benefit Valuation

  • Marylhurst University (OR)

Transitioning to sustainable business practices is a goal which many organizations have undertaken, but with mixed results and a myriad of tools. The transition can be complicated by not having ...

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How Sustainability Shapes Pedagogical Approaches to Building Equity and Diversity Competencies at McGill University

  • McGill University (QC)

This presentation will examine lessons about the relationship between social justice and sustainability that the staff at McGill University's SEDE (Social Equity and Diversity Education) Office have learned through ...

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Canadian College and University Meetup

  • McGill University (QC)
  • University of Calgary (AB)

Informal meet and greet for participants from Canadian colleges and universities for networking, knowledge exchange, inspiration, and exploration of opportunities for establishment of collaborative partnerships, projects or programs going forward.

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Murray State University Takes Advantage of Smartgrid Volt/VAR Optimization Technology

  • Murray State University (KY)
  • Honeywell (NH)

In February 2010. UtiliData, Inc. commissioned a Smartgrid Volt/VAR Optimization system on the campus of Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. The system was based upon the AdaptiVolt™ Volt ...

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Fostering Campus and Community Partnerships for Sustainability

  • National Wildlife Federation (VA)

Strong campus community partnerships can help address critical community needs, provide learning opportunities for students, and help build stronger relationships between the campus and community members and institutions. This panel ...

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Strategies and Best Practices to Implement Your Climate Action or Sustainability Plan

  • National Wildlife Federation (VA)
  • Second Nature (MA)

Over the last few years, colleges and universities have been creating climate action and sustainability plans, either because their president signed the American Colleges and Universities Presidents Climate Commitment, or ...

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Green Your Identity: Strategic Branding and Marketing of Sustainability Programs at Higher Education Institutions

  • New York University (NY)

Have you ever wanted more turn-out at events, more press coverage, more faculty engagement, for your sustainability initiatives? In order to get more people engaged, we need to get better ...

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Networking Meetup Lunch for Sustainability Professionals in Higher Education

  • New York University (NY)
  • University of Hawaii - West Oahu (HI)

Among the huge number of attendees at the AASHE Conference, this is an opportunity to enjoy a working lunch for full-time higher education sustainability professionals specifically. Attendees will have a ...

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Eat Here Now: Imagining a Community of Very Very Local Food

  • NewSchool of Architecture and Design (CA)

There are a number of obstacles that hinder the development of urban agriculture, with land ownership, lack of available public funding, and competing demands on limited open space most often ...

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Carbon Valuing Menus...Creating Sustainable Behavioral Change in a Campus Community

  • Northern Arizona University (AZ)

One of Northern Arizona University's newest additions to campus dining is the Green Scene Café opened in Fall 2011. Take a look at how the café's carbon valued ...

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Making Progress: Challenges & Successes With an Every Changing Student Body

  • Northern Arizona University (AZ)

All Universities have the same problem, students have the nerve to graduate and move on after 4 years, or even less in some cases. Many students early in their college ...

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Influencing the Culture of Sustainability through Campus Recreation Programs and Services Across North America

  • Oregon State University (OR)
  • Sonoma State University (CA)

Sustainability is rapidly becoming an established factor in the construction and operation of recreational facilities on campuses everywhere. Whether implemented in the design and construction of new recreation centers or ...

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Creating an Interdisciplinary Master of Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities

  • Saint Louis University (MO)

A two year Master of Sustainability (MOS) program accepted its first group of students in the fall of 2010, leading to the first graduating class in May of 2012. The ...

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Powerful Partnerships: Working with Your Local Utility to Promote and Fund Energy Efficiency Initiatives

  • University of San Diego (CA)

During a time of budget cuts and resource constraints, colleges now more than ever need to work smarter to lower costs, and to meet their energy efficiency and sustainability goals ...

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Powered By Sweat: Engaging Athletes and Campus Recreation in Meaningful, Incremental Steps

  • Santa Clara University (CA)

Our campus does not have workout machines that generate electricity or charge an iPod. This presentation will explain why we're OK with that, and how we went beyond the ...

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National Campus Energy Trends: How do you measure success?

  • Sightlines (SC)

This session will present campus energy performance metrics including national trends and specific case studies. Metrics are generated from the largest academic facilities database in the country representing nearly 10 ...

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Compounding Interest: How and Why Southern Connecticut State University Decided to Prioritize Teaching First Year Students about Sustainability

  • Southern Connecticut State University (CT)

In Spring 2010, as part of an effort to build a lasting foundation of sustainable practices on campus, Southern Connecticut State University's Sustainable Climate Committee prioritized curriculum development for ...

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From WTF! to WTSF! Working Towards a Sustainable Future at SCC

  • St. Charles Community College (MO)

Saint Charles Community College (SCC) is now moving toward a culture of sustainability. Two years ago the campus had no plan for promoting sustainability. Through the formation of Team Green ...

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Drought Conditions in Texas and Oklahoma: Rethinking University Water Consumption

  • Texas Tech University (TX)

The La Niña weather pattern has caused severe drought conditions in Oklahoma and Texas, especially in West Texas since late 2010. As a result, communities as well as universities have ...

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Food Fight: EPA's Food Recovery Challenge Strives to Reduce Food Waste

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (DC)

Food is the number one material reaching landfills and accounts for 13% of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. In order to decrease the significant environmental impact of food ...

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Transforming our Universities into Sustainable Development Labs Opened to the World

  • Université de Sherbrooke (QC)

In our universities, any global sustainable development strategy should be woven into teaching, research and management activities altogether. In fact, universities are poised to become efficient sustainable development labs, locally ...

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Sustainable Change at UAF: Initiated and Managed by Students

  • University of Alaska Fairbanks (AK)

What's better than having a $20 student sustainability fee? Having those monies managed by students! Come hear about how the Review of Infrastructure, Sustainability and Energy (RISE) Board operates ...

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Harvesting Mesquite Flour at the University of Arizona: A Case Study in Local Innovative Food Production

  • University of Arizona (AZ)

This talk presents first year results and plans for a student-run campus harvest of mesquite flour at the University of Arizona. Endemic to the Southwestern U.S., Texas and Mexico ...

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Hiring a Sustainability Professional in Residence Life: How One Campus Made it Happen

  • University of Arizona (AZ)

This innovative Residence Life department hired a full-time Sustainability Education Coordinator in 2007. After taking five years to understand the intricacies and possibilities of the position, this department would like ...

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A Multidisciplinary Model For a New Graduate Certificate in Sustainability At a Land Grant University

  • University of Arkansas (AR)

This paper provides the theoretical framework for the multidisciplinary curriculum design of the newly approved graduate certificate in sustainability at a Land Grant University. A hallmark of a graduate education ...

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Sustainable Communities Network in Arkansas

  • University of Arkansas (AR)

Through collaborative efforts of the sustainability minor program, the Applied Sustainability Center, and the Environmental Dynamics program, we will be conducting an in-depth review of current sustainability metrics. A first ...

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Sustainability Beyond and On the Campus

  • University of British Columbia (BC)
  • H&A Columbus-UBC

Our paper focuses on a course we have developed and teach that connects Engineering students at our university with rural artisans in India. In the course, students propose solutions to ...

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