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Going Green @your library by Rachel Shea

This is all about being sustainable and the importance of trees, and listening to the “Lorax” inside of all of us.

Campus Sustainability

10 Tips for Successful Networking

It’s October and I’m getting ready to go to the annual Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference. In the past, I have focused on learning from the bewildering number of educational sessions covering every topic from recycling to leadership development, but this year, I will be going primarily for networking. 1,195 more words

Sustainability Careers

Making Spooky and Sustainable Halloween Costumes

By Dani Poirier, Environmental Studies & Communications Student

‘Tis the season for grocery stores to have aisles lined with candy and costumes. If you’re like me, you’ve already been thinking of this year’s Halloween costume to debut at frightening festivities. 706 more words

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By Sarah Lappé, Sustainability Office Outreach Coordinator

When discussing the topics of climate change, sustainability and the environment, we are often asked the open-ended question, “What can I do?” At the U, we believe that through interdisciplinary education and collaborations we can build a foundation to better prepare students to answer that question, as well as prepare them for the changing job market and emerging opportunities. 393 more words


Volunteer for the Hokie Hi Picnic!

Volunteer with us this coming Sunday 8/23. Spend your Sunday afternoon in Lane Stadium welcoming incoming freshmen and promoting sustainability on campus!

There are two shifts available on Sunday, set up and clean up, respectively.  67 more words

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National Community College Sustainability Webinar for August 2015

August 18th at 2 PM Central Time
Student Internships and Utilizing RFPs as Ways to Involve Students in On-Campus Projects

Colleen Butterfield, Project Manager, Education, Alliance to Save Energy… 296 more words

Campus Sustainability

SCIF Funds U's Continuing Beekeeping Efforts

By Emerson Andrews, Sustainability Resource Center

A few years ago, we learned that the global population of honey bees was on the decline. Farmers and ecologists alike are concerned about the disappearance of the bees because they play a crucial role in pollinating our food. 655 more words

University Of Utah