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Table of Contents for 6/12/08:

NEWS
1. Arizona State U Plans Major Solar Installation
2. U Texas Arlington Approves University Sustainability Plan
3. University of Toledo Establishes Wetlands on Campus
4. Building Designed by U Kansas Students Awarded LEED Platinum
5. Colorado College Installs 25 kW Solar Array
6. Yale Launches Environmental Online Magazine
7. U Arkansas Launches Sustainability Newsletter
8. Lafayette College Dining Services Goes Green
9. Clarkson U Youth Program Focuses on Sustainable Energy
10. St. Olaf College Establishes Bike Share Program
11. Warren Wilson College Residence Hall Receives LEED Gold
12. UC Santa Barbara Recreation Center Receives LEED-EB Silver
13. Colorado State U Awards Renewable Energy Grants
14. Michigan State U Breaks Ground on Recycling Center
15. U Waterloo Breaks Ground on Green Building
16. Triton College to Install Environmentally Friendly Roof
17. Texas Tech Establishes Modified Work Schedule to Save Energy
18. U New Mexico Purchases 4 Biodiesel Buses
19. Brunswick CC Students Convert Algae Oil to Biodiesel
20. Rowan U Students Green Pharmaceutical Process
21. Solutions for Our Future Features Campus Sustainability
22. U New Hampshire Receives Organic Dairy Grant
23. U New Mexico Receives EPA Energy Award
24. Rowan U Receives New Jersey Green Award

NEW RESOURCES
25. AASHE Posts ACUPCC Signatory Podcasts
26. 2nd Issue of Sustainability: The Journal of Record

OPPORTUNITIES
27. AASHE Campus Sustainability Leadership Awards
28. Sustainability in the Urban Built Environment Summit

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
29. Climate Program Manager, AASHE
30. Sustainability Coordinator, University of Montana-Missoula
31. Public Info. Specialist, Sustainability Prgm, Medical U of South Carolina
32. Prof., Professional Practice in Env'l Science, Texas Christian U
33. Assistant Professor, Intl Energy & Environmental Policy, Tufts U
34. Assistant/Associate Professor, Environmental Science, Rider U
35. Assistant/Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences, Troy U
36. Visiting Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Bucknell U
37. Faculty, Env'l Service Learning Ecological Restoration, Naropa U
38. Instructor, Environmental Sciences, Spokane CC
39. Instructor, Geology/Environmental Science, Temple College

EVENTS
40. Reducing Greenhouse Gases & Achieving Climate Neutrality Webinar
41. Creating a Sustainable Campus Through Integrated Planning Workshop

News

1. Arizona State U Plans Major Solar Installation
Arizona State University recently announced plans to install solar panels on up to 330,000 square feet of rooftop space. Three companies have been hired by the University to install the panels, which could eventually produce more than 20 percent of ASU's energy needs. The university will purchase the electricity generated from the panels at a fixed rate that is slightly lower than what it is now paying for power from Arizona Public Service Co. In the first phase of the project, approximately 2 megawatts of solar panels will be installed on 135,000 square feet of rooftop space by the end of the year.
See also: List of Campus Solar Installations

2. U Texas Arlington Approves University Sustainability Plan
The University of Texas at Arlington president has approved the University's first Sustainability Agenda, a package of 89 actions that will involve students, faculty, and staff across the campus in protecting the environment. Created by the President's Sustainability Committee, the Agenda aims to improve the University’s environmental performance, extend the environmental curriculum, and deepen campus engagement in North Texas environmental affairs. Approved actions include: hiring a Sustainability Coordinator to facilitate the work of the President's Sustainability Committee and sustainability efforts across campus; exploring ways to green the university's curriculum and research; extending implementation of energy conservation measures; hiring student interns to undertake a thorough ecological landscape assessment; and encouraging formation of an active student environmental organization.
See also: UT Arlington sustainability blog post

3. University of Toledo Establishes Wetlands on Campus
The University of Toledo (OH) has established the Environmental Remediation and Restoration Experimental Park to support research on phytoremediation, the use of plants for the treatment of environmental contaminants. Researchers will use the site to test the effectiveness of constructed wetlands in removing pollution. The Park was made possible with nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

4. Building Designed by U Kansas Students Awarded LEED Platinum
A new arts center designed by a group of University of Kansas graduate architecture students has received LEED Platinum certification. The building features wind turbines, photovoltaic panels, geothermal climate control, recycled building materials, and among other sustainability features. The building was designed and constructed by the students to honor the one year anniversary of the May 2007 tornado which devastated the town.

5. Colorado College Installs 25 kW Solar Array
Colorado College has installed a 25 kW solar array on campus. The new array, which is situated on the south-facing roof of a college-owned apartment building, produces enough energy to power the equivalent of one of the campus' language-theme residential houses. The College has created a webpage to view and track the amount of power produced by the panels.
See also: Edith Gaylord House Energy Production Webpage

6. Yale Launches Environmental Online Magazine
Yale University (CT) has launched "Yale Environment 360," a new online magazine that aims to become one of the leading websites for commentary and reporting on the crucial environmental issues of the day. The magazine’s inaugural edition features articles by noted environmental advocate and author, Bill McKibben; New Yorker staff writer Elizabeth Kolbert; climate scientist Richard C.J. Somerville; marine biologist and author Carl Safina; British journalist Fred Pearce; and many other writers and thinkers. The first issue contains reports, analysis, and Op-Ed-style pieces on such issues as climate change, the concept of “clean coal,” the impact of water shortages on global food supplies, and the challenge of crafting an innovative energy policy in the United States. Yale Environment 360 is a publication of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and Yale University and is supported by grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
See also: Yale Environment 360 Homepage

7. U Arkansas Launches Sustainability Newsletter
The University of Arkansas has published its first issue of "Go! Green Outreach," a quarterly electronic publication dedicated to sustainability. The first issue includes an interview with the university Executive Assistant for Sustainability, an update on the University Sustainability Council, a profile of a staff member who is incorporating sustainability into his daily life, and more. The newsletter is open to contributions from faculty, staff, and students.
See also: First issue of Go!

8. Lafayette College Dining Services Goes Green
Lafayette College (PA) Dining Services has switched to using biodegradable products; purchasing organic, locally-grown food, and employing a more efficient waste management system. Green friendly dining products available in all dining locations on campus include clear, biodegradable cold beverage cups and take-away containers made from corn starch; plates, cups, and other types of containers made from wheat starch; and napkins generated from recycled paper. Dining Services has also begun using biodegradable hot beverage cups and is currently exploring sources for biodegradable utensils as well. Reusable hot beverage mugs and cold beverage bottles are available for purchase on campus and discounts are offered for using such renewable beverage containers. Also available in all dining locations is organic and fair-trade coffee.

9. Clarkson U Youth Program Focuses on Sustainable Energy
Clarkson University (NY) is offering the Young Scholars Program, a one week summer program in which, this year, talented high school students will work with faculty to identify opportunities to create a riverfront sustainable energy park as part of a new campus master plan. The students will develop proposals and models for a park that will enable the University to utilize renewable energy resources and limit its carbon emissions, while providing educational and research opportunities in renewable energy production. Additionally, the park they design must serve as a scenic recreation area. At the end of the week, the students will present their proposals and models to a panel of energy and architectural experts and Clarkson administrators.
See also: The Clarkson Young Scholars Program Homepage

10. St. Olaf College Establishes Bike Share Program
St. Olaf College (MN) has established a bike-share program on campus. "Green Bike" features a fleet of 50 bicycles parked across campus for use by members of the campus community. The free program aims to reduce the number of times people use automobiles to get across campus or into the town.
See also: List of Campus Bicycle-Share Programs (AASHE Members Only)

11. Warren Wilson College Residence Hall Receives LEED Gold
Warren Wilson College's (NC) Village South residence hall has received LEED Gold certification. Designed and built with input from students, the apartment-style dormitory features energy conservation, water conservation, and waste minimization measures. Warren Wilson expects the adjacent Village North dorm to achieve LEED Gold certification as well.

12. UC Santa Barbara Recreation Center Receives LEED-EB Silver
University of California, Santa Barbara's Recreation Center has received LEED for Existing Buildings Silver certification. To achieve the certification, recycling was increased by 70%, trash was reduced by 55%, and electrical usage, natural gas and water consumption were reduced substantially, all without reducing the operational capabilities of the Recreation Center or affecting its mission of providing recreational opportunities to UCSB's faculty, staff, and students. Additionally, the Recreation Center will be installing a 133 kWh photovoltaic array on its Multi-Activity Center (MAC) roof this summer, and, in early 2009, UCBS plans to install solar thermal water heaters to provide pre-heated water for its 1.8 million gallon pool, which, in tandem with the newly installed thermally efficient pool covers, will reduce natural gas usage by 80% and save $160,000 each year. The pool is heated to a year-round 81 degrees and currently relies exclusively on natural gas.

13. Colorado State U Awards Renewable Energy Grants
The Colorado State University Clean Energy Supercluster has distributed its first set of seed grants to fund research in renewable energy sources and the policies and implications of these sources. 18 grants averaging about $20,000 each were awarded to more than 100 researches across the CSU campus. Grant winning project topics include: Developing and Sponsoring a Workshop/Conference on Cultivating Clean Renewable Energy from Understanding and Using Synthetic Biology; Development of Oilseed Crops for Biofuel Production in Colorado; The Impact of Improved Cook Stoves on Pollution Levels, Health Status, and Global Warming Potential in Nicaragua; and more.

14. Michigan State U Breaks Ground on Recycling Center
Michigan State University held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new Recycling Center. The new facility will accommodate three times the amount of materials of the current recycling facility. A new comprehensive recycling program, coupled with the facility, will allow the university to expand recycling collection in 549 buildings on campus. The MSU Office of Recycling reports that 14 percent of the white and mixed office paper, newspaper, cardboard and plastics are diverted from trash landfills in Lansing through the current recycling program. The capture rate of these five key materials is projected to double by 2010.

15. U Waterloo Breaks Ground on Green Building
The University of Waterloo (ON) recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new $55 million Engineering V building. The six-storey building will feature glass walls, a designated green roof area, and native landscaping. Engineering V, the first of a two-phase building, will house a student design centre on its first two levels. The centre will showcase award-winning student engineering projects, such as the solar and hydrogen fuel cell cars.

16. Triton College to Install Environmentally Friendly Roof
Triton College (IL) plans to install a one-inch layer of marble chips topping off the tar and insulation on the College Center's roof to reflect sunlight and keep the roof cool. This cooling effect will reduce cost and energy use from the building's air-conditioning and refrigeration units. Additionally, 85 percent of the original insulation will be used for the new roof. The roof has qualified for an Energy Star label.

17. Texas Tech Establishes Modified Work Schedule to Save Energy
Texas Tech has instituted a summertime modified work schedule aimed at reducing the amount of energy used on campus. Tech employees who do not work in offices that routinely interact with the public have the option of working from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a 30-minute break for lunch, according to a Tech announcement; all other employees will retain the normal 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. workday schedule. The modified schedule allows for the university cooling system to run fewer hours during the day, resulting in reduced energy use and cost. The schedule adjustment also reduces the amount of time employees spend in traffic during rush hour.

18. U New Mexico Purchases 4 Biodiesel Buses
The University of New Mexico has added four new biodiesel buses to its fleet. All of the campus's large shuttles are now run on biodiesel or compressed natural gas.

19. Brunswick CC Students Convert Algae Oil to Biodiesel
A group of Brunswick Community College (NC) students from the Aquaculture and Biotechnology programs have begun working on a project to extract oil from algae and convert it into biodiesel. BCC hopes that the new fuel will soon be used to power campus tractors.

20. Rowan U Students Green Pharmaceutical Process
A team of Rowan University (NJ) chemical engineering students have begun working with Pfizer, Inc. to improve the environmental profile of the manufacturing process for the active ingredient in the arthritis pain medication Celebrex® (celecoxib). The project is one of several Rowan engineering clinic projects in which students are exploring green manufacturing strategies for pharmaceutical companies in the region. Started with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2005, the Rowan "green" partnerships are seeking to improve process efficiency through green engineering design. Pfizer is sponsoring this clinic project through its Green Chemistry initiative.

21. Solutions for Our Future Features Campus Sustainability
Solutions for Our Future, a national project created to increase awareness of the many ways in which American colleges and universities serve the public, has published "Unifying Influence," an article by Bud Peterson, Chancellor of the University of Colorado at Boulder, in which he discusses how universities can join together to address climate change and other social, economic, political, and environmental challenges of our society. He also lists the various sustainability programs CU has established to help address climate change and to increase sustainability on campus.

22. U New Hampshire Receives Organic Dairy Grant
The University of New Hampshire has received a $380,000 grant to study UNH's organic dairy research farm as a sustainable closed agroecosystem, exploring viable strategies for becoming energy independent. The three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Sustainable Agricultural Research and Education program aims to explore whether closing energy and nutrient cycles could help small family dairy farms in the Northeast survive economic vulnerabilities.

23. U New Mexico Receives EPA Energy Award
The University of New Mexico has won the Energy Star Combined Heat and Power (CHP) award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for reducing its energy use by 20 percent. EPA recognized the University for its natural gas-fired CHP system at the Ford Utilities Center. Part of a major energy infrastructure upgrade project, the CHP system supplies the campus with roughly one-third of its total electricity demand and produces steam to help meet the space heating, space cooling, and domestic hot water production needs of more than 25,000 students, staff, and faculty. The CHP system runs with an operating efficiency of almost 65 percent and requires 20 percent less fuel than typical alternatives.

24. Rowan U Receives New Jersey Green Award
Rowan University (NJ) has received the 2008 Excellence in Education Award, given in recognition of the University's commitment, enthusiasm and community pride through cleanups, educational programs or projects that encourage the proper handling of solid waste. The New Jersey Clean Communities Council, the organization that presented the award, recognized Rowan for its "Clean and Green Day" a regularly held event that engages students, faculty and staff in cleaning up the campus and planting shrubs and flowers for beautification.

New Resources

25. AASHE Posts ACUPCC Signatory Podcasts
AASHE has posted five podcasts recorded at the 2008 American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment Climate Leadership Summit. The podcasts feature conversations with President Thomashow of Unity College (ME), President Brennemen of Goshen College (IN), President Pfeiffer of Warren Wilson College (NC), President Johnson of the University of Minnesota, Moriss, and Chancellor Spangler of Houston Community College (TX). Each Chancellor and Presidents discusses why s/he chose to sign the commitment, what it meant on their respective campuses, and more.

26. 2nd Issue of Sustainability: The Journal of Record
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. has published the second issue of the Sustainability: The Journal of Record. The April 2008 issue features papers on "Overcoming barriers to implementing sustainability programs in higher education" and "Using Interactive Value Analysis and Risk Analysis Process for Assessing the Economic Value of Sustainability Initiatives;" offers interviews from the Alcoa Director of Sustainability and Hunter Lovins; and gives a book review of "Of Planet and Profits – Selling Good Products without Greenwashing."

Opportunities

27. AASHE Campus Sustainability Leadership Awards
AASHE is now accepting applications for its 2008 Sustainability Leadership Awards, to be presented in November at AASHE 2008: Working Together for Sustainability – On Campus and Beyond. Four Campus Sustainability Leadership Awards will be presented. The Campus Sustainability Achievement Award recognizes the institutions that have made the greatest overall commitment to sustainability as demonstrated in their governance, curriculum and research, operations, campus culture, and community outreach. Applications are due August 1, 2008.

28. Sustainability in the Urban Built Environment Summit
The Oregon Business Council and the Oregon University System invites applicants for its 2008 sustainability summit, "Sustainability in the Urban Built Environment," to take place July 21 – 24, 2008 in Portland, Oregon. The summit will teach participants the latest approaches to implementing sustainable strategies and policies in the urban built environment; methods to make the case for sustainability in a range of different projects; direct input on situations you're facing in your community or projects; and more. The summit is limited to 20 graduate students and 20 professionals. The application deadline is June 16, 2008.

Jobs & Internships

29. Climate Program Manager, AASHE
AASHE, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, seeks a Climate Program Manager to lead AASHE's efforts to support signatories of the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). A bachelor's degree in a related field is required (graduate degree preferred). Applicants should also have 5+ years experience in energy management and/or emissions mitigation. Review of applications will begin on July 2nd, and will continue until the position is filled.

30. Sustainability Coordinator, University of Montana-Missoula
The University of Montana-Missoula is seeking a Sustainability Coordinator to administer the Sustainability Program on campus. This includes the design, development, coordination and execution of sustainability programs in support of the University's commitment to sustainability. The successful candidate will demonstrate discretion and independent judgment in regard to program efforts and will be responsible for remaining current with developments in the field of sustainability. This position will directly supervise staff, manage the office budget, coordinate UM's recycling efforts, and report to the Director of Facilities Services. An undergraduate degree in a physical, environmental science or an engineering discipline is required. Review of applications will begin July 21, 2008.

31. Public Info. Specialist, Sustainability Prgm, Medical U of South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina invites applicants for the Public Information Specialist in the University Sustainability Program. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, preparing, editing, coordinating and disseminating informational and/or educational material for the program. A Bachelor's degree and one year of relevant program experience is required, as is knowledge of journalistic principles, practices, and techniques of disseminating information to the public through news media. Applications are due June 16, 2008.

32. Prof/, Professional Practice in Env'l Science, Texas Christian U
The Texas Christian University Department of Environmental Science invites applications for the position of Professor of Professional Practice. This is a full-time, non-tenure track position. The candidate should be able to teach senior undergraduate and graduate courses in Environmental Compliance, Environmental Management, and Environmental Impact Statements. Candidates should have earned a Masters degree in Environmental Science or related discipline and have a minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience. Screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

33. Assistant Professor, Intl Energy and Environmental Policy, Tufts U
The Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy seeks to fill a full-time, tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in International Energy and Environmental Policy beginning in January 2009. The new faculty member will be a member of the Center for International Environment and Resource Policy. Special consideration will be given to candidates with research interests in any of the following areas: emerging issues and policies in energy, climate change and international policy, environmental policy in developing countries and emerging market economies, and sustainable development. A Ph.D. or equivalent, a record of scholarly publication appropriate to the rank, and experience in teaching at the graduate level are required. Review of applications will begin by August 1, 2008, and will continue until the position is filled.

34. Assistant/Associate Professor, Environmental Science, Rider U
The Rider University (NJ) Department of Geological, Environmental, and Marine Sciences invites applications to fill a tenure-track position in the environmental sciences beginning September 2009. The position will be filled at the assistant or associate professor level, depending on the teaching experience and research credentials of the successful candidate. Preferred areas of specialization could include, but are not limited to, watershed, climate, ecosystem, or atmosphere processes. A Ph.D. is required and post-doctoral experience is desirable. The position requires the candidate to be a dedicated and engaging teacher and researcher for Rider's undergraduate students. Prior undergraduate teaching and mentoring is preferred, as is experience working with diverse and/or multicultural populations. Familiarity with environmental policy issues also is desirable. Review of applications will begin September 15, 2008.

35. Assistant/Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences, Troy U
The Troy University (AL) Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences is seeking an environmental scientist at the assistant-associate professor level. Applicants for this tenure-track position must hold a Ph.D.in the biological or environmental sciences. The Primary responsibilities of the position consist of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the environmental sciences, research, and service. The successful applicant will develop courses in his/her area of specialization, maintain an active research program, and direct thesis projects in the Department's M.S. program. Applicants with prior teaching experience, an established research record, and previous funding success will be given preference. Screening of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

36. Visiting Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Bucknell U
The Bucknell University (PA) Environmental Studies Program is accepting applications for a one-year visiting position to teach policy-oriented undergraduate courses in environmental studies during the 2008-09 academic year. Minimum requirements include a completed or nearly completed Ph.D. with an environmental policy focus in political science, public policy, or environmental studies. Teaching experience is desirable. The position is open until filled.

37. Faculty, Env'l Service Learning Ecological Restoration, Naropa U
The Naropa University (CO) Environmental Studies Department seeks an adjunct faculty member to teach the undergraduate course ENV420 Environmental Service Learning: Ecological Restoration in the fall semester 2008. This course requires students to apply their skills from classroom learning and to engage in hands-on environmental work while developing their leadership skills and contemplative approaches to environmental action. Students engage in real issues and learn through practical experience about environmental problem solving, community concerns and teamwork. Qualifications include a Master's degree in Ecological Restoration, Natural Resources, Environmental Studies, Ecology, or a related field; significant practical experience in ecological restoration; the ability to convey theoretical foundations as well as organize student work projects; and 2-3 years of college-level teaching experience.

38. Instructor, Environmental Sciences, Spokane CC
Spokane Community College (WA) seeks qualified candidates for its annually contracted, non-tenure track Environmental Sciences Instructor position. The Instructor will be responsible for preparing and instructing, through traditional classroom and distance education modes, classes in the discipline of Natural Resources. Examples of the types of courses typically assigned include: Basic Computer Applications for the Natural Resources; Introduction to GIS; GIS Applications for the Natural Resources; Global Positioning Systems; and Environmental Conservation. Requirements include an earned Master's degree in Natural Resources Management from an accredited institution with emphasis and concentration in the teaching areas of the position. Review of applications will be begin July 8, 2008, and will continue until the position is filled.

39. Instructor, Geology/Environmental Science, Temple College
Temple College (TX) seeks an Instructor to teach first year geology and environmental science courses including laboratories as scheduled. Responsibilities will include working with the department head to develop and initiate the geology curriculum. Responsibilities will also include setting up, managing and maintain environmental science courses, laboratories and lab textbook. Minimum requirements include a Master's Degree in Geology or Master's Degree in Environmental Science with 18 graduate hours in Geology and two years directly related instructional work experience. Review of applications will begin July 8, 2008. Position will remain open until filled.

Events

40. Reducing Greenhouse Gases & Achieving Climate Neutrality Webinar
June 18, 2008; 11:00 a.m. ET; Online
APPA and Haley & Aldrich are pleased to invite participation in their free webinar, "Reducing Greenhouse Gases & Achieving Climate Neutrality." The webinar will explore the organizational ingredients necessary for building a successful campus energy program, emphasizing energy conservation, green building design, green power purchasing, and renewable energy generation. Other topics covered include energy policies, green computing, energy awareness, working with ESCOs, obtaining top level support, the key role of facilities managers, and developing climate action plans. Lessons learned from the University at Buffalo's nationally recognized successful campus energy program will also be shared.

41. Creating a Sustainable Campus Through Integrated Planning Workshop
July 19, 2008; Quebec, Canada
The Society for College and University Planning is offering "Creating a Sustainable Campus Community Through Integrated Planning," a pre-conference workshop designed to teach campus planners, organizers, and administrators how to develop and integrate sustainability as a core value into their campus planning process. The workshop will give participants an understanding of: the drivers behind sustainable communities; potential resources a campus can utilize to answer identified needs and key pieces of the planning process; and how to bring together key individuals into the planning process.

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