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Table of Contents for 8/28/08:

NEWS
1. NWF Releases 2008 Report Card on Sustainability in Higher Ed
2. Sierra Club Names 2008 Top Ten Green Campuses
3. Kaplan Releases Green Schools & Green Careers Guide
4. Surveys Show Increasing Student Commitment to Green Companies
5. Ithaca College Receives $500,000 Sustainability Education Grant
6. College of the Atlantic Offers Green Business Undergraduate Prgm
7. ASU Offers Sustainability Specialization in Undergrad Business Prgm
8. Pomona College Hires Sustainability Coordinator
9. U New Mexico-Taos Constructing 500 kW Photovoltaic System
10. Associated Press, USA Today Publish Articles on Campus Bicycling
11. USA Today Covers Green Campus Move-in Initiatives
12. Associated Press Covers Increasing Need for Wind Turbine Technicians
13. Ithaca College Opens Academic Year with Green Picnic
14. Green Mountain College to Hold Green Freshman Orientation
15. Maryville College Holds Green Freshman Move-in Day
16. U Florida Challenges Community to Use Green Transportation
17. Portland State U President Promotes Alternative Transportation
18. U Miami Sign Agreement with Zipcar, Bans Freshman Cars
19. Bowdoin College to Ban Cars for First-Year Students
20. Worcester Polytechnic Institute Opens Green Residence Hall
21. Wilson Community College Opens Green Student Center
22. Mount Mercy College Partners to Increase Energy Efficiency
23. Pennsylvania Campuses to Receive Solar Power Education Funding
24. U Oregon Installs Solar Awnings
25. J. Sargeant Reynolds CC Pilots 1-Day School Week
26. Missouri S&T Opens First Hydrogen Fueling Station
27. U Connecticut to Go Trayless
28. U New Hampshire Distributes Free CFLs
29. U Tennessee Chattanooga Launches Recycling Program
30. Webber International U Implements Recycling Program
31. Net Impact Announces Winners to 2008 Green Challenge

NEW RESOURCES
32. New Thesis on the Factors That Affect Campus GHG Emissions

OPPORTUNITIES
33. Call for Submissions - ACUPCC Video Competition
34. Online Sustainable Design Courses
35. oikos Case Writing Competition
36. Free Student Opportunity to Use Green Building Tool

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
37. Associate Director, Sustainability, U New Mexico
38. Faculty Positions, Earth System Science & Policy, U North Dakota
39. 2 – 3 Faculty, Environmental Science, U Maryland
40. 2 Faculty, Environmental Science Department, U San Francisco
41. Assistant Professor, Environmental Science & Policy, Clark U
42. Northwest SEED Green Campus Internship

EVENTS
43. Campus Sustainability Webinars – 25% AASHE Member Discount
44. NACAS Conference: Green Your Campus
45. National Recycling Coalition's Annual Congress & Expo
46. Creating a Sustainability Office Webcast
47. AASHE Sustainability Across the Curriculum Leadership Workshop

News

1. NWF Releases 2008 Report Card on Sustainability in Higher Ed
The National Wildlife Federation has released its 208 Report Card, "Campus Environment 2008: A National Report Card on Sustainability in Higher Education, Trends and New Developments in Leadership, Academics and Operations." The 2008 Report Card, based on a survey conducted in partnership with Princeton Survey Research Associates International, reviews programs at 1,068 institutions. The study recognizes colleges and universities for exemplary performance and awards academic letter grades (A through D) for collective, national performance on a broad range of conservation issues, including energy, water, transportation, landscaping, waste reduction and environmental literacy.
See also: NWF Report Card

2. Sierra Club Names 2008 Top Ten Green Campuses
An article in the Sierra Club's September/October 2008 issue of Sierra Magazine names the top ten green campuses in the U.S. They include, Middlebury College (VT), University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Vermont at Burlington, Warren Wilson College (NC), Evergreen State College (WA), Arizona State University at Tempe, University of Florida at Gainesville, Oberlin College (OH), University of Washington at Seattle, and Tufts University (MA). The top schools earned points in ten categories: policies for building, energy, food, investment, procurement, and transportation; curriculum; environmental activism; waste management; and overall commitment to sustainability.
See also: Chronicle of Higher Ed blogs on Sierra's list

3. Kaplan Releases Green Schools & Green Careers Guide
Kaplan Publishing has released its "College Guide 2009," which, for the first time, focuses on environmentally responsible schools and green careers. The guide features 25 green private and public colleges from across the nation. The section provides students with a look inside the classroom, around campus, and at student life, while shining a spotlight on what's good for the globe at each college. The Guide also profiles 10 hot green careers -- from environmental engineering to geothermal development -- and includes interviews with professionals from each.

4. Surveys Show Increasing Student Commitment to Green Companies
Experience, Inc. has completed a survey of 2,500 college students and recent graduates. The survey found that 81 percent of responders saw significance in working for an environmentally aware company. The same poll found that 79 percent would probably accept a job at an eco-friendly company over a conventional one. Another survey completed by Alloy Media + Marketing found that 41 percent of the incoming college class of 2012 prefers socially responsible brands, compared to 37 percent from last year's incoming freshman class.
See also: Alloy Media + Marketing Survey Results

5. Ithaca College Receives $500,000 Sustainability Education Grant
Ithaca College (NY) has received a three-year $500,000 grant from HSBC Bank USA to support sustainability education on campus. Programs funded by the grant will include scholarships to attract incoming students from diverse backgrounds with a passion for social and environmental change; a fellowship program to recognize and reward students engaged in exemplary environmental or sustainability projects while in college; an internship and research fund for supplies and materials, student and faculty stipends, and conference expenses to deliver presentations on successful projects; and a scholar-in-residence program bringing in a series of exceptional speakers for two–day to two–week visits in order to provide students and faculty with diverse perspectives and ongoing inspiration to act on behalf of the environment.

6. College of the Atlantic Offers Green Business Undergraduate Prgm
The College of the Atlantic (ME) has begun offering an undergraduate program in Green and Socially Responsible Business. The program aims to teach students to learn how to do well financially by doing good ecologically and socially. The new program will be led by Jay Friedlander, who will also hold the Sharpe/McNally Chair in Green and Socially Responsible Business.
See also: List of Undergraduate Business Programs in Sustainability (AASHE members only)

7. ASU Offers Sustainability Specialization in Undergrad Business Prgm
Arizona State University will offer a new Bachelor of Arts degree program in business this fall that allows freshman to specialize in sustainability, tourism management, communication or urban policy. ASU's School of Sustainability will provide many of the classes required for the new sustainability specialization.
See also: Sustainability specialization webpage

8. Pomona College Hires Sustainability Coordinator
Pomona College (CA) has hired Bowen Patterson as its first Sustainability Coordinator. Patterson is tasked with helping students with sustainability projects and helping the College to improve energy efficiency and reduce waste. The new Sustainability Coordinator will also help Pomona with a sustainability strategic plan. Patterson graduated from Pomona and went on to earn a Masters of Urban Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Cities at the University of Southern California.
See also: Directory of Campus Sustainability/Environmental Officers (AASHE members only)

9. U New Mexico-Taos Constructing 500 kW Photovoltaic System
The University of New Mexico-Taos recently held a groundbreaking ceremony for a 500 kW photovoltaic solar panel system installation. The UNM solar array is part of a 1.1 MW photovoltaic system distributed among several sites in New Mexico. The project has an expected completion date of January 2009.
See also: List of Campus Solar Installations

10. Associated Press, USA Today Publish Articles on Campus Bicycling
The Associated Press has published an article on the increasing number of bicycle programs on college campuses across the U.S. The article mentions bike-sharing and bike giveaway programs at Emory University (GA), Ripon College (WI), Duke University (NC), Northern Illinois University, Illinois State University, and the University of Washington. The USA Today has also published an article on campus bicycling. Its story mentions current bike programs at Ripon College and Auburn University (AL), and a proposed bike path at the State University of New York at Albany.
See also: USA Today article
See also: List of Campus Bicycle-Sharing Programs (AASHE members only)

11. USA Today Covers Green Campus Move-in Initiatives
The USA Today has published an article on green move-in initiatives on campuses in the U.S. The story discusses George Washington University's (DC) Green Move-in initiative, which focuses on recycling boxes, using less paper, and encouraging students to use re-usable moving containers, and the University of California San Diego's newly renovated green residence hall. The article also mentions a green residence program that George Washington University will pilot this year.

12. Associated Press Covers Increasing Need for Wind Turbine Technicians
The Associated Press has published an article on the rapidly increasing need for wind energy technicians and the corresponding launch of several renewable energy technician programs at community colleges across the U.S. The article notes that a new program at Iowa Lakes Community College has experience a class size increase from 15 to approximately 90 students from last year to this year.

13. Ithaca College Opens Academic Year with Green Picnic
Ithaca College's (NY) annual zero-waste convocation ceremony and community picnic featured for the first time local seasonal foods, examples of solar- and bicycle-powered activities, and the distribution of reusable mugs made from 100% recycled plastic. Additionally, participants were asked to sign a “commitment to change” pledge to make more sustainable choices.

14. Green Mountain College to Hold Green Freshman Orientation
Green Mountain College (VT) has announced plans to hold an environmentally friendly freshman orientation this year. As part of the initiative, GMC reduced the amount of paper to be used during the event and will hold several workshops and public campaigns aimed at teaching students how to reduce their carbon footprint. The College has also encouraged students to bring their own utensils and travel mugs to orientation and will offer a locally produced breakfast one day during the event.

15. Maryville College Holds Green Freshman Move-in Day
Maryville College (TN) held a green move-in day for freshman. The event, entitled Green Grand Opening, featured cardboard recycling and green goodie bags containing compact fluorescent bulbs, eco-pencils, and reusable shopping bags.

16. U Florida Challenges Community to Use Green Transportation
The University of Florida is challenging students, faculty, and staff to give up their cars and use alternative transportation on October 17, 2008 and as often as possible, with the hope that it becomes a habit. In meeting the challenge, campus members will pledge to commute by an alternative to single-occupancy vehicle travel on One Less Car Day and as often as possible throughout the fall semester. In addition to individual commitments, each department or organization on campus can sign up to pledge as a team.
See also: One Less Car Homepage

17. Portland State U President Promotes Alternative Transportation
Newly hired Portland State University (OR) President Wim Wiewel rode his bike to report for his first day of work in an effort to promote sustainable modes of transportation. The new PSU President rode with the school Provost, a City Commissioner, and Major-elect of Portland. A small reception awaited him and his colleagues following the morning ride. The University, this fall, plans to expand its bike co-op, install 125 new bike racks, and build an indoor bike parking garage that will provide storage for a total of 100 bicycles.

18. U Miami Sign Agreement with Zipcar, Bans Freshman Cars
The University of Miami (FL) has announced an agreement with Zipcar, a car-sharing program that allows members to reserve cars online or via phone or mobile device for an hourly rate. The new program was launched in conjunction with the University's recent ban on freshman cars.
See also: Miami Herald article (link no longer available)
See also: List of Campus Carsharing Programs (AASHE members only)

19. Bowdoin College to Ban Cars for First-Year Students
Bowdoin College (ME) has announced plans to ban cars for first-year students starting in the fall of 2008. The move is part of the College's ongoing efforts to promote sustainability and environmental responsibility. It is also intended to foster an even greater sense of community and involvement by first-year students during first year of college.

20. Worcester Polytechnic Institute Opens Green Residence Hall
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA) has opened its new green, 232-bed, apartment-style student residence hall. Temporarily named East Hall, the new residence hall features a green roof, a large number of windows to maximize the amount of natural light, dedicated storage for bikes, and 12 parking spaces reserved for hybrid or alternative fuel vehicles. WPI hopes the new dormitory will achieve LEED Gold certification.
See also: List of Green Residence Halls (AASHE members only)

21. Wilson Community College Opens Green Student Center
Wilson Community College (NC) has opened its eco-friendly Student Center. The building features a ground source heat pump for heating, a light-colored roof, and energy efficient windows and insulation. WCC hopes to achieve LEED Gold certification for the new building.
See also: List of Green Student Centers (AASHE members only)

22. Mount Mercy College Partners to Increase Energy Efficiency
Mount Mercy College (IA) has announced plans to install a campus-wide energy management system. The new system is expected to save an estimated 1.3 million kWh annually, which is about 20 percent of the campus' current annual electric usage. Installation will commence this fall and will be operational for the 2009-2010 academic year. Interstate Power and Light Company will install the new system.

23. Pennsylvania Campuses to Receive Solar Power Education Funding
PPL Electric Utilities has announced that it will provide $250,000 to support Solar Scholars, a program run by a Pennsylvania non-profit. Specifically, the donation will help fund solar power education and the installation of 12 solar power systems at Pennsylvania colleges and universities. Participants will be invited to apply for grants in the fall to install a photovoltaic system on their campus that generates a minimum of 3 kilowatts.

24. U Oregon Installs Solar Awnings
The University of Oregon has begun installing solar awnings on its Eugene campus. If the pilot program is successful, the awnings, which function to provide solar energy, passive cooling and daylighting, will be installed on other Oregon University System campuses as well.

25. J. Sargeant Reynolds CC Pilots 1-Day School Week
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College (VA) has launched "Smart Fridays," a pilot class schedule that allows students to drive to campus only one day a week and still earn a full load of credits for the semester. The College has calculated that a student could potentially save over $1,080 dollars per semester in vehicle operating costs by participating in the new program.

26. Missouri S&T Opens First Hydrogen Fueling Station
The Missouri University of Science and Technology has opened E3 (E-cubed), its first fueling station for hydrogen vehicles. Two Missouri S&T hydrogen buses that provide shuttle service in Rolla and back and forth to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. were on display during the ribbon cutting ceremony along with a coast-to-coast tour of hydrogen vehicles sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
See also: Environment News Service Story

27. U Connecticut to Go Trayless
The University of Connecticut has announced plans to go trayless this fall. The project, which will be implemented in 7 of 8 dining halls, aims to reduce the amount of wasted food and water, which is used to wash the trays. During a weeklong trial last semester in two dining halls, UConn saved about 760 pounds of food and more than 913 gallons of water just by going tray-less at dinnertime.

28. U New Hampshire Distributes Free CFLs
The University of New Hampshire has announced plans to pass out 1,720 free compact fluorescent light bulbs to students living in UNH residents halls this fall. The CFLs are estimated to save the university $17,250 in energy costs. The CFLs for students will be divided among UNH's 23 residence halls and distributed door-to-door by hall directors in the first few weeks of the fall semester. All students who receive a CFL will also get an informational postcard outlining other ways to minimize greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption on campus and describing safety procedures for disposing of broken or burnt-out CFL or incandescent bulbs.

29. U Tennessee Chattanooga Launches Recycling Program
The University of Tennessee Chattanooga has launched a new recycling program on campus. The University partnered with a local recycling center to provide bins for the students, faculty, and staff to recycled plastic, paper, and aluminum cans.

30. Webber International U Implements Recycling Program
Webber International University (FL) has implemented a campus-wide recycling program. The new program will allow campus members to recycle plastic, aluminum, and cardboard.

31. Net Impact Announces Winners to 2008 Green Challenge
Net Impact has announced the student winners of this year's Green Challenge. RJ Panda and Jake Berlin Jeff of New York University have been awarded first place for their Green Roof Proposal. The team planned a 6,500 square-foot expansive garden on top of the main Stern School of Business campus building, the Kaufman Management Center. Through extensive outreach, the Proposal will be partially funded by the Legacy Gift of the MBA Class of 2008. Second place was awarded to Charlie Coggeshall and Jeff Malcolm of the University of Denver, and third place was awarded to Katherine Macrostie, Barbara Beaudoin, Alison Haight, and Erin McFee of Simmons College (MA).

New Resources

32. New Thesis on the Factors That Affect Campus GHG Emissions
AASHE has posted a new thesis entitled, "U.S. Higher Education and Global Climate Change: An Exploration of Institutional Factors That Affect Greenhouse Gas Emissions". The study explores the differences between greenhouse gas emissions of different colleges and universities in the U.S. and analyzes some of the factors that might explain these differences. The thesis was completed by Luba Zhaurova, a Master's degree candidate in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University. This resource is only available to AASHE members.
See also: List of Dissertations and Theses on Campus Sustainability (AASHE members only)

Opportunities

33. Call for Submissions - ACUPCC Video Competition
The American College & University Presidents' Climate Commitment is soliciting 3 minute videos that demonstrate creative strategies for communicating the ACUPCC across campus and beyond. Five selected videos will be highlighted and screened at the second biennial AASHE Conference in November 2008. Videos will also be made publicly available on the ACUPCC and AASHE websites. The competition is open to ACUPCC signatory institutions only. Deadline is October 1, 2008.

34. Online Sustainable Design Courses
The Boston Architectural College, in partnership with BuildingGreen, Inc., will offer several online sustainable design courses starting September 2, 2008. Courses available without prerequisites include Sustainable Design as a Way of Thinking; Materials, Resources, and Indoor Environmental Quality; Green Practice: Energy and Air Quality; Site Design, Landscaping and Site-Water Issues; Sustainable Transportation; Sustainable Communities: Land Use, Transportation, and Planning; and LEED Accreditation Exam Preparation. All courses can be taken individually or may be applied toward completion of the Sustainable Design Certificate.

35. oikos Case Writing Competition
oikos invites the submission of case studies for its 2009 Case Writing Competition. The two categories are corporate sustainability and social entrepreneurship. Corporate sustainability cases should illustrate sustainability-related strategies and change processes in established medium and large organizations, and social entrepreneurship cases should illustrate entrepreneurial initiatives that use business principles to address social and environmental challenges. The competition is open to everyone; teachers, research assistants, and students are encouraged to apply. The submission deadline is November 30, 2009.

36. Free Student Opportunity to Use Green Building Tool
The Green Building Initiative is pleased to offer students a one-year, up to 3 projects, complimentary use of the Green Globes tool. Green Globes is a green building guidance and assessment program that integrates a comprehensive environmental assessment protocol, software tools, qualified assessors with green building expertise, and a rating/certification system. Student affiliation must be renewed each year that the student is still in school.

Jobs & Internships

37. Associate Director, Sustainability, U New Mexico
The University of New Mexico seeks an Associate Director of Sustainability to be responsible for institution-wide sustainability. The newly created position will organize and oversee the management and implementation of a comprehensive program with the mission to maintain and enhance environmental stewardship within the campus community, support new initiatives for sustainable development, and identify operational cost savings. A Bachelor's degree and at least seven years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified are required. The position is open until filled.

38. Faculty Positions, Earth System Science & Policy, U North Dakota
The University of North Dakota Northern Great Plains Center for People and the Environment invites applications for multiple faculty openings in its Department of Earth System Science and Policy. The general area of expertise sought for the earth system policy faculty is in the nature-human interface. Successful candidates will help unify social aspects of sustainability, such as economic security, ecological integrity, and societal justice and equity. Specializations can be in an appropriate social science, economics, environmental policy and management, law, cultural influences on environmental issues, communications, public health, or a related field. Successful earth system science candidates will have exceptional records as interdisciplinary scientists and educators, and will be creative in linking academia with practice. Preference will be given to those whose strengths are hydrology or biogeochemistry. However, the Center will welcome applicants from any area that builds on existing strengths in biodiversity, climate change, renewable energy, or other fields related to sustainability. Candidates must have a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree, thrive in an interdisciplinary environment, and be capable of planning and executing collaborative projects. Applications are due December 31, 2008.

39. 2 – 3 Faculty, Environmental Science, U Maryland
The University of Maryland Appalachian Laboratory seeks to fill 2-3 full-time faculty positions to support new landscape and watershed initiatives. UM is seeking to hire at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels with the candidate having expertise in climate change science, terrestrial biogeochemistry, and/or the social and economic dimensions of land-use and land-cover change. Faculty at UM are expected to participate in graduate education in addition to research, outreach, and application. Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2008 and will continue until the positions are filled.

40. 2 Faculty, Environmental Science Department, U San Francisco
The University of San Francisco (CA) Department of Environmental Science invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions, contingent on funding approval, at the assistant professor level to begin in August 2009. Of special interest are candidates with expertise in a) landscape ecology, GIS and remote sensing; b) environmental health and toxicology; or c) energy, resources and sustainability science. However, candidates with expertise in other areas of environmental science/studies are also encouraged to apply. Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in programs offered or supported by the Department, with curriculum oversight and development, as appropriate. A PhD is required, teaching and/or post-doctoral experience is desirable, and a commitment to undergraduate science education for majors and non-majors is essential. Completed applications will be reviewed starting November 1, 2008 and accepted until the position is filled.

41. Assistant Professor, Environmental Science & Policy, Clark U
The Clark University (MA) Department of International Development, Community, and Environment seeks to fill a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in its Environmental Science and Policy Program to begin in Academic Year 2009-10. A successful candidate will have a disciplinary or interdisciplinary degree with a focus on health and environment, a strong background in science, and a demonstrated interest in policy and social change. Applications are due October 1, 2008.

42. Northwest SEED Green Campus Internship
Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development seeks a Green Campus Intern to work a minimum of 5 hours per week. Responsibilities will include building coalitions and partnerships with other students and student groups to increase general knowledge of on campus energy issues and clean energy opportunities; actively developing campus leaders for organizing and outreach efforts; and developing support with faculty, the administration, and facilities management. The internship is ideal for a student who is active in making his/her own college or university a better steward of the environment, and is interested in renewable energy policy. Interns should be well versed or interested in speaking to groups and individuals they are not familiar with and excited to build new relationships with other student groups and university administration and staff. The position begins during the fall semester and continues through the end of the 2008-2009 academic year.

Events

43. Campus Sustainability Webinars – 25% AASHE Member Discount
September 17, October 1, 15, & 29, 2008; 1 – 2:30 Eastern; Online
Environmental Health & Engineering will host a series of four campus sustainability webinars. Topics will include managing a successful campus sustainability program, greenhouse gas inventory best practices, writing a greenhouse gas action plan, and how to finance campus sustainability goals. The webinars are available at a 25 percent discount to AASHE members.

44. NACAS Conference: Green Your Campus
September 21-23, 2008; University of Vermont; Burlington, VT
The National Association of College Auxiliary Services (NACAS) will host "Green Your Camps: Creating a Culture of Sustainability." The conference aims to foster a dialogue on the role of sustainability in the design, delivery, and evaluation of Auxiliary Services. The tour-intensive program will focus on the efforts throughout the University of Vermont to weave sustainability into every aspect of university operations.

45. National Recycling Coalition's Annual Congress & Expo
September 21 – 24, 2008; Pittsburgh, PA
The National Recycling Coalition will host its annual Congress and Exposition. Sustainability in recycling, waste reduction, purchasing, climate change, greenhouse gas reduction, and zero waste will be addressed at the Congress in the areas of policy, management, finance, technology, and education. The conference will also include an all day collegiate recycling workshop, as well as a conference track dedicated to collegiate recycling issues. All levels of staff, students, and faculty are invited to attend. Discounts are available for students and for volunteers. Pre-registration ends September 12, 2008.

46. Creating a Sustainability Office Webcast (link no longer available)
October 28, 2008; 1-2:30pm Eastern; Online
Academic Impressions will host a webcast entitled, "Creating a Sustainability Office and Hiring a Sustainability Officer." The webcast will analyze the evolution of sustainability officer positions on University of California campuses and teach the benefits and challenges of different possible institutional structures. The web conference will guide you and your institution through the first steps for organizing an office and hiring a sustainability officer that meets your needs. Facilities directors, environmental center directors, business officers, and human resource departments that are challenged with structuring and staffing a sustainability office are encouraged to attend.

47. AASHE Sustainability Across the Curriculum Leadership Workshop
January 9-10, 2009; Emory University; Atlanta, GA
AASHE's Sustainability Across the Curriculum Leadership workshops are for faculty leaders of all disciplines who wish to develop curriculum change programs around sustainability on their campuses. Through an intensive two days of presentations, exercises, discussions, reflection, and planning, participants will become familiar with the philosophy of change in higher education developed through the Ponderosa Project at Northern Arizona University and adapted at Emory in the Piedmont Project. Participants will also experience of range of workshop strategies, hear local experts, enjoy outdoor place-based activities, and dialogue with faculty from around the country as they gain help in adapting this model to their own campus. The workshop leaders, Peggy Barlett and Geoffrey Chase, are editors of Sustainability on Campus: Stories and Strategies for Change and have helped more than 250 faculty revise courses in a wide array of disciplines. Workshop tuition is $420 for AASHE members and $485 for non-members. Applications to participate are due October 16, 2008.

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