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Table of Contents for 11/29/07:

NEWS
1. U Wisconsin Madison to Cut Coal Use by 15 Percent
2. U Florida Holds Carbon Neutral Football Game
3. U British Columbia Completes Green Renovation
4. Rollins Offering Sustainability Immersion Program
5. De Anza College Adopts Sustainability Management Plan
6. Portland State Launches Sustainable Business Center
7. Hocking College Breaks Ground for Energy Center
8. Cambrian College Receives $2M for Sustainable Energy Centre
9. CSU Chico Students Rate Campus Offices on Sustainability
10. MIT Establishes Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize
11. 23 New Campuses Sign Presidents Climate Commitment
12. U Rochester Creates Sustainability Council
13. U Washington Announces Electric Bicycle Rental Program
14. Universities at Shady Grove Opens Green Building
15. UMass Amherst To Host National Fuel Cell Research Center
16. New Mexico State U to Install Solar CHP at Airport
17. U Guelph Students Hold 'Dream Green' Campaign
18. NYU Stern Launches Campus Greening Initiative
19. College Board to Help Low-Income Students Get College Degrees
20. CU Boulder Provides Monetary Rewards for Energy Conservation
21. UW-Stevens Point Residence Halls Purchase Renewable Energy
22. Richard Stockton College Expansion Receives LEED Certification
23. PA Colleges Receive Energy Harvest Grants
24. Michigan State U Receives Grants for K-12 Environmental Ed
25. Verde Energy Launches On-site Campus Renewable Energy Program
26. Ithaca College Begins Post-Consumer Composting
27. Aspen Institute Business Education Faculty Pioneers Announced
28. U British Columbia Students Win oikos Higher Ed Award 2007

NEW RESOURCES
29. Sustainable Food Policy Guide
30. Indiana U Campus Sustainability Report
31. U Georgia Water Resources Report

OPPORTUNITIES
32. People, Ecology and Development Study Abroad Program - Thailand

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
33. Sustainability Manager, Dartmouth College
34. Sustainability Coordinator, Elon University
35. Energy Conservation Manager, U Maryland College Park
36. Chair, Dept of Organization and Management, Antioch U New England
37. Environmental Studies Faculty, Colby-Sawyer College
38. Professor, Community Health & Sustainability, UMass Lowell
39. Energy Analyst, New York University

EVENTS
40. Webinar Series on Sustainable Energy on Campus
41. Web Course on Climate Neutral University Planning

News

1. U Wisconsin Madison to Cut Coal Use by 15 Percent
As part of a consent decree resulting from recent ruling that the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Charter Street Heating Plant was in violation of the Clean Air Act for modifying coal boilers without obtaining proper pollution permits, the University has made an immediate commitment to reduce coal use at the facility by 15 percent. The University also agreed to reevaluate alternative energy sources and to promote energy conservation.

2. U Florida Holds Carbon Neutral Football Game
University of Florida has partnered with the Florida Forestry Association and Environmental Defense to make this year's UF vs. FSU football game carbon neutral. The University and its partners are arranging for approximately 18 acres of rural North Florida land to be set aside and managed as a pine plantation forest for 10 years. UF calculates that this is an acreage and period of time sufficient to absorb all the carbon emissions from the game. UF officials believe that the first university in the US to attempt to counteract the greenhouse gases created by a college football game.

3. U British Columbia Completes Green Renovation
The University of British Columbia recently reopened a revitalized Buchanan Block C. It is the fifth of 10 UBC facilities to be renovated using a new cost-saving model for dealing with aging institutional buildings called UBC Renew. Buchanan Block C cost $6.8 million compared to $11 million for a replacement building - 62 per-cent of the cost. It took twelve months to renovate, which is six-months less than the estimated construction period for a new building on this site. The renovation included sustainability features such as new exterior double-glazed windows to save energy and new finishes with low VOC and 'green' materials. Renewal of Buchanan Block C consumed approximately 40 per cent less resources than demolishing and constructing a new building and saved 7 million MJ of primary energy that would have been used in the production of building materials and construction for a brand new building.

4. Rollins Offering Sustainability Immersion Program
This fall, two associate professors of environmental studies at Rollins College are teaching a curricular pilot project in sustainability immersion called "Down to Earth: The Hidden Landscape of Food in America." The program consists of 13 first-year students and two peer mentors spending the entire fall semester participating in four linked courses focused on the issue of food and sustainability. Having all students take only the four linked courses provided a several teaching benefits and has allowed for much more flexibility for outside course-related activities, which included a 10-day field study trip to California in October to examine innovative practices in sustainable agriculture.

5. De Anza College Adopts Sustainability Management Plan
De Anza College Council recently unanimously approved a Campus Sustainability Management Plan. The Plan addresses a broader range of activities than traditional environmental management, including the College's impact on community vibrancy, social equity, and financial responsibility.

6. Portland State Launches Sustainable Business Center
Portland State University's School of Business Administration has launched the Center for Design and Innovation for Business and Sustainability. The Center will support the green economy in the Northwest by educating students, presenting an annual conference, supporting academic research and providing a hub for knowledge and information sharing. The Center recently held its first conference with a focus on "Sustainability in the Supply Chain."
See also: List of Business School Academic Centers and Research Initiatives on Sustainability

7. Hocking College Breaks Ground for Energy Center
Hocking College recently broke ground for the construction of an Energy Center. The Center, which is designed to achieve LEED certification, will house training programs in alternative energy technologies such as fuel cells, bio-fuels, wind and solar power and hybrid vehicles. The College hopes the Center will attract alternative energy companies to locate in an adjoining industrial park.

8. Cambrian College Receives $2M for Sustainable Energy Centre
Cambrian College recently received $2 million toward the construction of a Sustainable Energy Centre from Xstrata Nickel. The Centre will focus on sustainable energy for residential and small commercial buildings and will as a resource for applied research and prototype development. The College intends for the Centre to one of the first buildings to meet the "Living Building" standards. The Centre is expected to open in spring 2009.

9. CSU Chico Students Rate Campus Offices on Sustainability
Three student organizations at California State University, Chico are teaming up to rate campus buildings and offices on their environmental performance. They will be perform "sustainability consultations" about energy consumption, waste and recycling practices with each office. Offices will then receive a report of the group's findings, including areas that need improvement. After a week or two, the students will return to award gold, silver and bronze ratings based on the level of improvement. To help the offices achieve good ratings, the students will also provide funding and labor as necessary to make the recommended changes.

10. MIT Establishes Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize
MIT has announced the establishment of a $200,000 Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize. The competition is intended to will catalyze the next generation of energy entrepreneurs to help solve the world's energy problems. The prize will be given to the teams with the strongest business plan for clean energy solutions, which are defined as products or technologies that promote, enhance or advance diversity of supply sources/transmission; efficiency in resource use; and/or reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

11. 23 New Campuses Sign Presidents Climate Commitment
23 new institutions have signed the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment since the last update in AASHE Bulletin. In doing so, these campuses have committed to develop comprehensive plans for achieving climate neutrality. The new signatories are: Thomas W. Ross of Davidson College, Carol T. Christ of Smith College, Richard M. Joel of Yeshiva University, Edward L. Ayers of University of Richmond, David M. Woodall of Oregon Institute of Technology, Arnold M. Eisen of Jewish Theological Seminary, Richard S. Meyers of Webster University, Raymond W. Cross of Morrisville State College, Katherine Haley Will of Gettysburg College, Jonathan M. Astroth of Heartland Community College, Robert Denson of Des Monies Area Community College, Susan C. Scrimshaw of Simmons College, Arthur W. DeCabooter of Scottsdale Community College, Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. of New College of Florida, Lee Basch of Western Technical College, Cameron Brunet-Koch of North Central Michigan College, Mamie Howard-Golladay of Sullivan County Community College, Michael Mulnix of Antioch University, Santa Barbara, Darlene Miller of New Hampshire Community Technical College at Manchester, James G. Moseley of Franklin College, Larry Whitworth of Washtenaw Community College, Michael A. Lanser of Lakeshore Technical College, and Eugene J. Cornacchia, Saint Peter's College. 446 college and university presidents and chancellors have now signed the Commitment.

12. U Rochester Creates Sustainability Council
University of Rochester President Joel Seligman has appointed a University Council on Environmental Sustainability, to be co-chaired by the Provost and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Science and Engineering. The Council membership includes several deans, a co-chair of the Faculty Senate, and the student body president. In addition, the Board of Trustees Chair and two other Board members have agreed to serve as a Board Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability. The Council has been asked to develop a proposed University-wide vision for environmental sustainability that also addresses academic and research initiatives. The Council is also to make recommendations on specific sustainability measures. The Council's recommendations will be made to the University's Board of Trustees at its March 2008 meeting.

13. U Washington Announces Electric Bicycle Rental Program
University of Washington is receiving $200,000 from the Washington State Department of Transportation for a one-of-a-kind pilot program. The money will be used to create a fleet of 40 electric bicycles to be distributed at four yet-to-be-designed kiosks across campus. The bikes will go about 25 miles on a single charge (given that the rider does not pedal; more if they do), with a top speed of about 20 miles an hour. The program is part of the Transportation Office's ongoing effort to get members of the UW community out of their single-driver vehicles and into car pools or onto buses. Bike design and renting procedures -- including rates -- are still being discussed. UW officials believe that the program will be the first of its kind on any university campus.
See also: Article in Inside Higher Ed

14. Universities at Shady Grove Opens Green Building
Universities at Shady Grove recently opened the Camille Kendall Academic Center. The 192,000-square-foot center is designed to achieve LEED Gold certification. It incorporates green features such as roof gardens, an energy-conserving HVAC system, recycled building materials, and the use of sustainable materials such as wheat board, cork walls, bamboo flooring, and banana fiber tables. The Kendall Center was recently recognized as a "Public Building of the Year" by the American Institute of Architects of Maryland for its green design elements.

15. UMass Amherst To Host National Fuel Cell Research Center
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has received a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create a new research center focused on the hydrogen fuel cell science. The Fueling the Future Chemical Bonding Center will work to better understand proton transfer, a critical component of fuel cells.

16. New Mexico State U to Install Solar CHP at Airport
The Institute for Energy and the Environment in the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University has received $330,000 to implement a Solar Combined Heat and Power project at the City of Albuquerque's airport The majority of the project's funding will come from the Energy Innovation Fund administered by the State of New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department.

17. U Guelph Students Hold 'Dream Green' Campaign
Students at University of Guelph have launched a "Dream Green" campaign, which challenges members of the University community and the general public to turn out their lights and shut down their computers overnight between Nov. 18 and 19 starting at 10 pm. As part of the promotion, they will be selling green candles, distributing information about energy conservation and encouraging people to sign a form declaring they will be a part of the weekend challenge.

18. NYU Stern Launches Campus Greening Initiative
The Stern School of Business at NYU has created a cross-functional task force, the Stern Campus Greening Initiative, which will work to devise and implement sustainability initiatives throughout the School at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. First-year MBA students were exposed to Stern's greening efforts on day one at MBA Pre-Term orientation. Brochures were printed on recycled paper, students were given USB flash drives with information in place of handouts and sustainable materials were used in all catering paper products. More recent projects include the launch of the SCGI website, the inclusion of a "Green Tip of the Week" on student and administrator intranets, a student printing quota, motion sensor lighting in study rooms and a more aggressive recycling program, all with the initiative's "identity" to raise awareness on campus. To support the curricular program in social enterprise, social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility, a new course, "Leading Sustainable Enterprises," will launch in the spring, focusing on creating, leading and managing business enterprises that seek to facilitate sustainable development.

19. College Board to Help Low-Income Students Get College Degrees
The College Board has launched a campaign to support middle and high school students from low-income families as they work toward preparing for, getting into and succeeding in college. The program seeks to mobilize the College Board's more than 5,200 member schools, colleges and universities to join in an effort to improve opportunities for these students. Known as the CollegeKeys Compact, the effort is a result of a report by a College Board trustees task force, which found that nearly one-half of all college-qualified low- and moderate-income high school graduates do not enroll in a four-year college program because of a combination of poor preparation, low expectations and financial barriers.

20. CU Boulder Provides Monetary Rewards for Energy Conservation
University of Colorado at Boulder is providing monetary awards to employees who implement strategies to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions while providing conservation learning opportunities to students. Five CU-Boulder buildings attained Buff Energy Star status during the 2006-07 fiscal year, which means that building employees reduced energy use by at least 5 percent over the previous fiscal year. Together, the five buildings conserved nearly 235,000-kilowatt hours of energy, reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 470,000 pounds and saved the university some $27,000. For their energy-saving efforts, building proctors in these buildings will receive a one-time $1,000 cash bonus. To be considered for Buff Energy Star status, building proctors must show a 5 percent energy reduction over the prior year, complete an energy audit, take action based on the audit, post energy and water conservation posters and other educational materials throughout the building, and take an active role in communicating and encouraging resource conservation.

21. UW-Stevens Point Residence Halls Purchase Renewable Energy
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Residence Hall Association recently signed a purchase agreement for renewable energy. Thirteen residence halls on campus will purchase an additional $8,000 per year of renewable energy. This renewable energy purchase doubles last year's commitment by RHA and the Residential Living Office and brings the residence halls up to 40 percent of their energy from renewable sources.

22. Richard Stockton College Expansion Receives LEED Certification
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey's F-wing Expansion - which provides additional classrooms and faculty offices - has received LEED Certification. A central feature of the addition is the sky-lit, two-story atrium, which adds a large public gathering space to the building and provides daylight to the interior of the F-Wing. Sustainability features of the expansion include: net reduction in site stormwater runoff; 40% reduction in water use as compared with normal fixtures; 31% improvement in energy performance as compared with "baseline" energy usage; photovoltaic roof panels providing on-site generation of 7% of the building's energy demand; 100% of building's annual energy consumption purchased from certified green energy sources; 72% of construction waste recycled and diverted from landfill; 7% of building materials, by cost are from post consumer/ post industrial recycled material; more than 21% of materials regionally manufactured; and preferred parking spaces for carpools.

23. PA Colleges Receive Energy Harvest Grants
Several PA colleges and universities have received Energy Harvest grants from the Department of Environmental Protection. Penn State University received $29,000 for a 4.7kW micro combined heat and power unit. St. Francis University received $303,830 to continue the Pennsylvania Wind Assessment Program and $75,000 for a 44-well geothermal heating and cooling system serving a LEED-certified building. Juniata College received $46,564 for a 5-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system. Lackawanna College received $58,279 for a 10-kilowatt wind turbine at its planned environmental research institute. Franklin & Marshall College received $202,473 for a 26.6-kilowatt solar photovoltaic array on its Physical Science Laboratory.

24. Michigan State U Receives Grants for K-12 Environmental Ed.
Michigan State University's College of Engineering will receive an Innovation Generation grant totaling $45,000 from the Motorola Foundation to assist youth in learning about energy and the environment. The Youth in Energy and Environment Humanitarian Project involves 3rd- to 6th-graders in a design project for the Department of Mechanical Engineering's capstone course about energy and the environment. This semester's project is already under way; MSU students are working with 5th- and 6th-graders to develop a solar-heated worm bin. For several years, the school has used a worm-based compost approach for disposing of lunch waste. But in winter, the worms hibernate and the composting stops. A solar heating system would heat the compost pile and keep the worms active. The grant will provide funding for equipment and supplies and will enable the class to travel to MSU to attend the College of Engineering's Design Day.

25. Verde Energy Launches On-site Campus Renewable Energy Program
Verde Energy has announced a higher education initiative focused on helping colleges and universities successfully integrate renewable energy on campus. The initiative is designed to assist colleges and universities with the integration of renewable energy systems into new and existing buildings, and to offer creative ideas on how to feature these systems in student life. The company will provide college and university business officers, facilities managers, and other key decision makers with free project consultations designed to assess the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of renewable energy integration on campus, and to offer specific ideas, tools and case studies on successful projects at other institutions.

26. Ithaca College Begins Post-Consumer Composting
Ithaca College has begun a post-consumer composting program. With guidance from other students, students are separating their waste into separate bins for compostable and non-compostable items. The College has practiced pre-consumer composting for many years but this is its first attempt at post-consumer composting.

27. Aspen Institute Business Education Faculty Pioneers Announced
The Aspen Institute's Center for Business Education has announced its 2007-2008 Faculty Pioneers. The Faculty Pioneer Awards recognize exceptional business faculty that are leaders in integrating social and environmental issues into their research and teaching both on as well as off campus. 10 awards were given to faculty all over the world.

28. U British Columbia Students Win oikos Higher Ed Award 2007
Sprouts, Canada's largest student-run food co-op, a not-for-profit organic grocery store and education centre located at the University of British Columbia (UBC), won the third oikos Award for Student Entrepreneurship in Higher Education 2007. The Award, which comes with EURO 1000 prize, aims to motivate students to develop projects with measurable impacts on sustainability and higher education.

New Resources

29. Sustainable Food Policy Guide
AASHE and several other organizations have released A Guide to Developing a Sustainable Food Purchasing Policy. The Guide is intended to help universities, colleges, hospitals, and other institutions - as well as those advocating for food system change - create, promote and implement practical sustainable food purchasing policies. This document is a product of the Sustainable Food Policy Project, which was initiated in 2006 by the partners below to support efforts by educational, healthcare and other institutions to have a positive impact on the food system through purchasing.

30. Indiana U Campus Sustainability Report
The Task Force on Campus Sustainability at Indiana University Bloomington has released a Campus Sustainability Report which charts a course for the University to become a leader in the study and practice of environmental sustainability. The draft report includes preliminary recommendations for action, including a central proposal for establishing an IU Bloomington Office of Sustainability to provide administrative support and coordination for campus-wide programs. The 122-page report resulted from six months of work by more than 100 IU faculty, staff and students who examined sustainability issues in academic, administrative and operational programs. Twenty undergraduate and graduate student interns conducted research and collected information that contributed to the report. The initiative includes seven working groups, assessing and making recommendations for sustainability in education, outreach and student engagement; resource use and recycling; energy; the built environment; environmental quality and land use; transportation; and food. The report recommends that Indiana University as an institution make a "formal, public commitment" of support by signing one or more public statements on sustainability or climate change currently being endorsed by U.S. colleges and universities.

31. U Georgia Water Resources Report
University of Georgia's Task Force on Water Resources has released a 45-page report which recommends water conservation strategies that the University should adopt in response to draught conditions facing the region. The report includes both short-term and long-term measures for reducing water consumption and contains a description of water conservation efforts at several other major universities.

Opportunities

32. People, Ecology and Development Study Abroad Program - Thailand
The International Sustainable Development Studies Institute is now accepting applications for its Fall 2008 People, Ecology and Development study abroad program in Thailand. The program focuses on the links between culture, ecology and sustainability through the experiential study of specific communities and ecosystems. ISDSI Expedition Field Courses are upper division courses which require living cross-culturally and traveling in remote areas--villages, islands and mountains; while traveling by foot or sea kayak. Students earn a semester of academic credit while on the program. The Fall semester includes the intensive study of Thai, as well as studies of organic farming and agroecology; islands, reefs and mangrove ecosystems; and ethnic peoples and forests. The deadline for applications is March 14, 2008.

Jobs & Internships

33. Sustainability Manager, Dartmouth College
Dartmouth College seeks a talented and creative individual to lead its Sustainability Initiative. The Sustainability Manager will lead the college's continued effort to identify and implement opportunities to improve Dartmouth's sustainability practices. In collaboration with colleagues and students, this leader will develop a strategy to continue to integrate sustainability principles and practices into the operations and culture of the institution. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and a minimum of 5 years' experience implementing environmental or sustainability programs. A Master's or other advanced degree is preferred.

34. Sustainability Coordinator, Elon University
Elon University invites applications for the position of Sustainability Coordinator. The Sustainability Coordinator will propose and prioritize environmental projects and create a unified strategy to move Elon towards sustainability in the most efficient and effective manner. The coordinator will propose sustainability initiatives and/or accomplish the necessary background research on initiatives proposed by other departments. The coordinator would assess their cost effectiveness, technical feasibility and means of achieving acceptance. He/she would then work with the appropriate university departments to implement and monitor such projects. A bachelor's degree with 10 years of related experience or graduate degree with 5 years experience is required. The position will remain open until filled.

35. Energy Conservation Manager, U Maryland College Park
University of Maryland College Park seeks an Energy Conservation Manager to identify and administer demand response programs and energy efficiency programs on campus. Duties include but are not limited to establishing energy guidelines for new and existing buildings, working with the Environmental Planner and the Office of Sustainability to incorporate environmentally friendly and renewable energy options, interfacing with the building energy management system to monitor energy consumption, and serving as a campus advocate and resource for energy conservation. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree in Engineering or other technical field and six years of experience in energy management. The position will remain open until filled.

36. Chair, Dept of Organization and Management, Antioch U New England
The Department of Organization & Management at Antioch University New England invites applications for the position of Chair to begin July 1, 2008. The Department seeks candidates who desire a leadership position in a department that educates leaders and managers who want to create organizations that are more successful, effective, sustainable, humane, and socially and environmentally responsible. This appointment will include primary responsibility for collaboratively managing, marketing, and sustaining a master's program in Leadership and Management, an MBA program in Organizational and Environmental Sustainability, and a certificate program in Organization Development.

37. Environmental Studies Faculty, Colby-Sawyer College
The Environmental Studies program at Colby-Sawyer College is seeking to fill a two year visiting assistant faculty position beginning fall 2008. The program seeks a faculty member to teach introductory environmental science courses and field/research methods with a specialization in bio/geo/chemistry, environmental chemistry, or hydrology. The ideal candidate would also have experience with community-based environmental problem solving. Priority will be given to applications received by January 15, 2008.

38. Professor, Community Health & Sustainability, UMass Lowell
University of Massachusetts Lowell seeks an Assistant/Associate Professor-Community Health & Sustainability. Primary teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate community health core courses as well as upper level courses in the B.S. program in Health Education, Community Health Option. Faculty will be expected to: participate in interdisciplinary, community-based research emphasizing economic, social, cultural, and environmental as well as physical and biological aspects of health; work with diverse students, colleagues, and communities; and, possess skill in a variety of teaching methods such as service learning, student internships, and online teaching. The position will remain open until filled.

39. Energy Analyst, New York University
Facilities & Construction Management at New York University is seeking for a leader and change agent in the area of energy conservation to serve as an Energy Analyst. The successful applicant will be expected to develop and maintain a strong level of understanding of the regulatory landscape and the competitive energy markets and will generate historical trend data, forecasts, energy savings estimates, budget impacts, and use analysis. Applicants should have a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering and three or more years of experience in the field of energy analysis, and must demonstrate knowledge and expertise in the analysis of electricity and natural gas rates and tariffs.

Events

40. Webinar Series on Sustainable Energy on Campus
The Midwest Buildings Technology Application Center is holding a 3-part webinar case study series on sustainable energy management in colleges and universities. The first webinar, on Thursday December 6, will discuss the University of Iowa's biomass CHP application. The next one, on Tuesday, December 11, will discuss Carleton College's wind turbine project. The last webinar in the series, on Thursday, December 13, will discuss state energy initiatives and campus sustainability activities. All of the webinars are complimentary and go from 1-2pm CST.

41. Web Course on Climate Neutral University Planning
February 4-April 18
Dave Newport, the Director of the CU Environmental Center, will lead a web-based course on Carbon Neutral University Planning. The course will explore the concepts and methodologies involved in analyzing and planning for campus climate neutrality, and the opportunities and barriers to achieving climate neutrality. Participants will learn how to develop an analytical framework by which to evaluate emissions mitigation options, and draft a proposed strategic plan that would guide implementation of climate neutrality.

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