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Table of Contents for 8/17/09:

NEWS
Buildings 1. U California Santa Barbara Building Receives LEED 'Double Platinum'
2. U Western Ontario Installs Rooftop Garden
3. Swarthmore College Receives Green Building Award
Campus Sustainability in the Media 4. USA Today, Inside Higher Ed Cover Increase in Sustainability Curriculum
Climate 5. 3 US Universities Join New, UN-Led Climate Initiative
Curriculum 6. Wayne State U Receives $5M for 4 Electric Vehicle Engineering Prgms
7. U San Diego Announces Major in Environmental Studies
8. U Nevada Las Vegas Offers Minor in Solar & Renewable Energy
9. Aims CC to Offer Certificate in Sustainable Building
Dining Services 10. U Wisconsin Madison Serves Produce from Campus Garden
11. Edgewood College Restaurant Certified Green
Energy 12. Keene State College Installs Co-Gen Plant
13. Harvard U to Install 500 kW Solar Array
14. Durham College Installs Solar Array
15. Arizona State U Installs LEDs in Parking Structures
16. U Akron Installs Energy Efficient Stadium Lighting
17. Wayne State U Receives $1.5M to Reduce Energy Waste
18. U New Hampshire Receives $953K for Energy Efficiency Prgms
Faculty and Staff Development 19. U Iowa Triples Number of LEED Accredited Staff
Grounds 20. U Houston-Victoria Uses Xeriscaping to Save Water
Research 21. U Minnesota Awards Renewable Energy & Env Scholarships
Transportation 22. 3 Campuses Launch Car Sharing Programs
23. Ohio State U Adds Special Parking for Green Vehicles
Waste 24. North Carolina State U Donates 538,000 Lbs of Dorm Furniture
25. Coastal Carolina U Recycles 700 Mattresses
26. California State U Monterey Bay Places Bins in Dorm Rooms
27. U Western Ontario Expands Recycling
28. Suffolk U to Launch Single Stream Recycling Pilot
Water 29. Oklahoma State U to Upgrade Water System

NEW RESOURCES
30. Leading Profound Change - ACUPCC Resource

OPPORTUNITIES
31. Opportunity to Support Funding for Clean Energy Education & Training
32. 2nd Annual U.S Fall Campus Commuter Challenge
33. 2nd Annual College FilterForGood Eco-Challenge

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
34. Sustainability Director, U Texas Arlington
35. Sustainability Coordinator, Muhlenberg College
36. Sustainable Technology Research Fellow, Oberlin College
37. Research Chair, Transportation-Land Use Linkages, Concordia U
38. 2 Asst Profs, School of Natural Resources and Env, U Michigan
39. Professor, Environmental Studies, Oberlin College
40. 5 Student Positions, Sustainability Leadership Center, Portland State U

EVENTS
41. Webinar: Question Hour: Solutions Module & Climate Action Plans
42. Webinar: Applying for Pathways Out of Poverty Grants
43. Webinar: Higher Education and the Stimulus Package
44. 4th Forum for Sustainability Science Programs

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News

Buildings

1. U California Santa Barbara Building Receives LEED 'Double Platinum'
The University of California, Santa Barbara's Bren Hall, which houses the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, has become the nation's first building to earn two LEED Platinum certifications. The structure has received LEED Platinum certification for Existing Buildings – Operations and Maintenance.  Breen Hall received LEED Platinum for New Construction in 2002. Certification for existing buildings (LEED EB) is based on operations and maintenance, occupant health, and financial return of the initial investment in sustainability technology and strategies, so it serves to test the commitment to sustainable operation demonstrated by a building's occupants. New construction (LEED NC) certification includes credits for many elements that are part of erecting a new building, such as location, materials used, and management of construction-related waste, as well as credits for resource efficiency and operational elements.

2. U Western Ontario Installs Rooftop Garden
The University of Western Ontario has installed a living roof on its Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion. UWO has also embedded probes throughout the new installation that will allow students to monitor such data as soil moisture and temperature. Areas of the roof not covered by plants have been painted in a reflective white color to reduce the heat-island effect. The University plans to install solar panels and a wind turbine on the roof as well.

3. Swarthmore College Receives Green Building Award
The design for the Wister Education Center and Greenhouse for the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College (PA) has been selected as a Green Building of America award-winning project. The Wister center was selected from more than 2,500 nominated projects and will be spotlighted in a special Real Estate & Construction Review-Northeast Green Success Stories edition in 2010. The 5,200-square-foot building with a $3.8 million budget is under construction and is expected to be finished in late September.

Campus Sustainability in the Media

4. USA Today, Inside Higher Ed Cover Increase in Sustainability Curriculum
USA Today has published an article on the increase in the number of college and university academic programs that incorporate sustainability into their curriculum. The article attributes the growth, in part, to increasing student interest in green careers. Institutions mentioned include the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University (MA), Arizona State University, Bucknell University (PA), and Kalamazoo Valley Community College (MI). In related news, Inside Higher Ed has published an article on the increase in academic programs and faculties that focus specifically on sustainability. Colleges and universities noted in the piece include Arizona State University, State University of New York at Stony Brook Southampton, Dalhousie University (NS), Colorado State University, Chatham University (PA), College of the Atlantic (ME), State University of New York's College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and the University of Washington.
See also: Inside Higher Ed News Article

Climate

5. 3 US Universities Join New, UN-Led Climate Initiative
Six universities from the US, UK, Spain, and China have become the first academic institutions to join the Climate Neutral Network (CN Net), an initiative led by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) to promote global action to de-carbonize our economies and societies. CN Net participants have agreed to take leadership on the issue of climate change at the local, national, and international levels. The US charter members include College of the Atlantic (ME), The Evergreen State College (WA), and Middlebury College (VT).
See also: CN Net Homepage

Curriculum

6. Wayne State U Receives $5M for 4 Electric Vehicle Engineering Prgms
Wayne State University (MI) has received a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to provide an electric vehicle (EV) engineering education and workforce training program. The proposed degrees include a master's in Electric-Drive Vehicle Engineering; a bachelor's in Electric Transportation Technology; an associate's in Automotive Technology and Electronic Engineering Technology; and a graduate certificate program in Electric-Drive Vehicle Engineering. The degree programs are expected to launch in January.

7. U San Diego Announces Major in Environmental Studies
The University of San Diego (CA) Marine Science and Environmental Studies Department has added a major in Environmental Studies. The new program is designed as an interdisciplinary approach studying environmental issues from the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities perspectives. The major is intended to provide students with a background in the natural sciences, balanced by breadth in the social sciences and humanities most directly connected to environmental issues facing the world today.
See also: USD Environmental Studies Homepage
See also: List of Undergraduate Programs in Env'l Studies (AASHE Members Only)

8. U Nevada Las Vegas Offers Minor in Solar & Renewable Energy
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has announced plans to begin offering a minor in Solar and Renewable Energy starting this fall. The new minor, made possible by a $500,000 gift from NV Energy, is designed to boost student knowledge in the areas of solar and renewable energy utilization, sustainable building design, and global environmental challenges. The gift also includes funding for scholarships, undergraduate research opportunities, demonstration equipment, and internships with either NV Energy or local agencies with a strong focus in renewable and solar energy. The degree program is housed in the UNLV department of environmental studies and consists of both policy and science and engineering tracks.
See also: Solar and Renewable Energy Minor Homepage

9. Aims CC to Offer Certificate in Sustainable Building
Aims Community College (CO) has announced plans to launch a two-class certificate in Green/Sustainable Building. The courses will include Renewable Energy Construction and Green and Sustainable Buildings and will cover such topics as zero net (energy) building, passive thermal architecture, LEED criteria, and solar construction techniques.
See also: Aims CC Green/Sustainable Building Program Homepage

Dining Services

10. U Wisconsin Madison Serves Produce from Campus Garden
The University of Wisconsin, Madison's Dining and Culinary Services has begun sourcing a portion of its produce from a garden on campus. The campus eateries that serve the hyper-local food have posted signs to inform their customers about the initiative.

11. Edgewood College Restaurant Certified Green
Edgewood College's (WI) Phil's has been named a Certified Green Restaurant by the Green Restaurant Association. Officials believe that Phil's is the first college or university dining service operation in Wisconsin to receive the honor. The dining facility uses zero trans-fat cooking oils that are filtered daily to extend life, recycles cooking oils for use in the creation of biofuel, and uses compostable disposables.

Energy

12. Keene State College Installs Co-Gen Plant
Keene State College (NH) has installed a co-generation heat plant that is expected to reduce energy costs by more than $120,000 a year and to reduce greenhouse gases caused by campus electrical consumption by more than 500 metric tons of carbon dioxide a year. The new facility features two new boilers that have high-efficiency burners that increase steam output with almost no waste; a control system that regulates the boilers for maximum output; and the ability to allow steam to provide heat and turn a turbine that will generate up to 12 percent of the campus's electricity.

13. Harvard U to Install 500 kW Solar Array
Harvard University has announced plans to install a 500 kW solar array on the top of one of its campus buildings. The array, which is expected to reach nearly 2 ½ football fields in length, is being funded in part by a $1.08 million grant from the state’s Commonwealth Solar rebate program, which aims to increase the amount of renewable energy generated by photovoltaic technology in Massachusetts.
See also: List of Campus Solar Installations

14. Durham College Installs Solar Array
Durham College (ON) has installed a $500,000 grid-tied photovoltaic system. The new solar power system is part of a 40,000-square-foot expansion and upgrade of the College’s Whitby campus that is designed to increase energy efficiency and energy production while supporting a range of energy-focused programs and learning facilities.

15. Arizona State U Installs LEDs in Parking Structures
Arizona State University has retrofitted six parking structures on the Tempe campus with new light- emitting diode (LED) fixtures. The project will afford ASU with an annual savings of up to $127,000 in energy and maintenance costs.

16. U Akron Installs Energy Efficient Stadium Lighting
The University of Akron (OH) has installed five energy efficient light masts around its football stadium. The new installations will use as much as 25 percent less energy than traditional stadium lighting.

17. Wayne State U Receives $1.5M to Reduce Energy Waste
Wayne State University (MI) has received $1.48 million from the Great Lakes Protection Fund to help reduce energy waste in the Detroit water system. The University is developing computer software to reduce energy use in the system, which pumps 675 million gallons a day in a 1,079-square-mile area with 126 communities in eight counties.

18. U New Hampshire Receives $953K for Energy Efficiency Prgms
Two University of New Hampshire energy efficiency programs - the New Hampshire Carbon Challenge (NHCC) and Carbon Solutions New England (CSNE) - have been awarded more than $953,000 from the New Hampshire Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Fund (GHGERF) to further their efforts. NHCC, a joint initiative of UNH and Clean Air-Cool Planet, received a two-year, $813,402 grant and will partner with the New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association to develop web-based energy-efficiency tools that homeowners can use to reduce their energy usage. CSNE, a UNH-based public-private partnership designed to promote collective action to achieve a clean, secure energy future, secured $139,945 for one year to track, analyze, and report on projects funded by the GHGERF. The grant was made through the Public Utilities Commission as part of the emissions reductions fund, which are monies raised through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a mandatory, market-based effort in the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Faculty and Staff Development

19. U Iowa Triples Number of LEED Accredited Staff
The University of Iowa Facilities Management Department surpassed its goal to double the number of LEED-Accredited Professionals on staff to help ensure that every new building on campus is designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible. The 17 newly accredited staff members were recognized by UI President Sally Mason. The UI accreditations coincide with the enactment of a new Iowa Board of Regents requirement that Iowa's public universities give preference for all new major building and renovation projects to design professionals with LEED certification experience. The board also now requires that all major building projects on campus meet a minimum of LEED Silver certification.

Grounds

20. U Houston-Victoria Uses Xeriscaping to Save Water
The University of Houston-Victoria (TX) has installed a new xeriscape, landscaping that seeks to conserve water and protect the environment. The 48 by 56 square foot area is made up of large boulders, mulch, moss rock, small landscaping stones known as cobble, and Texas native flowering shrubs. The xeriscape will allow UHV to conserve about half the amount of water the University previously used to irrigate the site.
See also: Local News Story and Video

Research

21. U Minnesota Awards Renewable Energy & Env Scholarships
The University of Minnesota’s Initiative for Renewable Energy and the Environment (IREE), in partnership with the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, has selected 14 projects as part of the 2009 renewable energy scholarship program. The scholarship winners receive a stipend of up to $1,700 each. The students must assist with a faculty member’s research or carry out their own projects under faculty supervision. To fulfill the scholarship objectives, the projects must focus on expanding IREE’s renewable energy research portfolio at the University of Minnesota.

Transportation

22. 3 Campuses Launch Car Sharing Programs
The University of South Florida, Saint Mary's College of California, and West Virginia University have each launched a car sharing program on campus in partnership with Enterprise Rent-A-Car's WeCar. USF's program will allow drivers to rent one of four hybrid vehicles for a few hours at a time. The WeCar vehicles will be parked in designated spots in two locations on campus, allowing USF students, employees, and others who are at least 18 years old and who have preregistered as WeCar members to access them. Saint Mary's College of California has two cars parked on campus available for student use. In order to be a part of the program, students pay an enrollment fee and can rent a car by the day or by the hour. The College waived the enrollment fee for students who applied before June 1, 2009 and agreed not to bring a car to campus. WVU offers four hybrid rental cars to students who live on campus and to employees in academic departments seeking to cut back on travel expenses.
See also: SMC Story
See also: WVU Press Release
See also: List of Campus Car Sharing Programs (AASHE Members Only)

23. Ohio State U Adds Special Parking for Green Vehicles
Ohio State University has reserved 24 parking spaces for low-emissions vehicles and has announced plans to add 12 more in its South Campus Gateway garage. To use a "Green Spot" parking space, a vehicle must be listed on the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy's list of green vehicles.
See also: OSU South Campus Gateway Green Page

Waste

24. North Carolina State U Donates 538,000 Lbs of Dorm Furniture
North Carolina State University has donated 538,000 pounds of dorm room furniture to 18 different local shelters and non-profit groups. The six buildings’ worth of desks, beds, and chests of drawers, and book carols was diverted from going to the landfill.

25. Coastal Carolina U Recycles 700 Mattresses
Coastal Carolina University (SC) has given 700 mattresses that were removed from two campus residence halls to a company that recycles 94 percent of each mattress. The University also recycled the plastic packaging on the mattresses.

26. California State U Monterey Bay Places Bins in Dorm Rooms
California State University, Monterey Bay has purchased 3,100 bright blue recycling bins for residence hall rooms on campus. Each bin comes with a guide that explains what kinds of materials to recycle and a reminder to carry the full bins to the new 6-yard blue recycling dumpsters that will be installed next to each 4-yard green waste dumpster already located near the residence halls. The University funded the purchase with a grant from the California Department of Conservation.

27. U Western Ontario Expands Recycling
The University of Western Ontario has begun accepting milk cartons, drink boxes, and plastics with the recycling number four and five in its recycling bins. The University also plans to add new labeling to every recycling bin on campus, with an icon or symbol illustrating acceptable items.

28. Suffolk U to Launch Single Stream Recycling Pilot
Suffolk University (MA) has announced plans to launch a single stream recycling pilot in an on-campus residence hall starting in September. Residents and building staff will be able to recycle paper, cardboard, glass, metal, and plastic all in one bin. The University has also set a goal to achieve an average monthly recycling rate of 30 percent at the dormitory.

Water

29. Oklahoma State U to Upgrade Water System
Oklahoma State University has announced plans to undergo a water system upgrade that will allow the University to rely on untreated or partially treated water for some uses that do not require drinking-quality water. The University expects to save as much as $6 million in four to five years by running its own water system instead of purchasing water from the City. OSU's new system will be capable of serving as a backup to the municipal system in case of emergency.

New Resources

30. Leading Profound Change - ACUPCC Resource
Second Nature has published "Leading Profound Change: A Resource for Presidents and Chancellors of the ACUPCC." The paper discusses the role of an effective president in a rapidly evolving 21st century organization; successful ways to communicate and foster collaboration; concrete steps to develop clear goals and metrics for accountability; the “Five Disciplines” to create a learning organization; ways to make conversation a strategic tool; and strategies to address limiting factors.

Opportunities

31. Opportunity to Support Funding for Clean Energy Education & Training
The National Wildlife Federation invites national, regional, state, and local organizations across the US to sign a letter asking Congress to recognize the importance of investing in a strong educated workforce for the clean energy economy. The letter urges members of Congress to "pass comprehensive clean energy legislation that will put a cap on global warming pollution and fund education, training and retraining for all sectors of the emerging clean energy economy."

32. 2nd Annual U.S Fall Campus Commuter Challenge
The AlterNetWays Company has announced that it will hold the 2nd Annual Nationwide Fall Campus Commuter Challenge during the month of October 2009. The competition among higher education institutions in the U.S. aims to promote and encourage the use of alternative modes of transportation. Each person who participates will be able to track their daily trips to their school and automatically calculate their CO2 savings. Schools are automatically ranked based on level of participation. Institutions that sign up will receive a marketing kit to help promote their participation.

33. 2nd Annual College FilterForGood Eco-Challenge
The Brita Products Company invites proposals for its second annual College FilterForGood Eco-Challenge Grant Program. Undergraduate and graduate students in good academic standing in an accredited college or university in the U.S. are encouraged to prepare a proposal and budget for a program that is either action-based or will create tangible results in the interest of helping to protect the environment. The program should be initiated and make significant progress towards completion by April 2010. Up to five $10,000 grants will be awarded. The deadline to apply is October 30, 2009.

Jobs & Internships

34. Sustainability Director, U Texas Arlington
The University of Texas at Arlington seeks to hire a Sustainability Director to direct, manage, and coordinate the University's sustainability efforts and initiatives by interfacing with the President's Sustainability Committee, co-chairs and steering committee, University Communications, other members of the university community, and the public. The successful candidate will initiate and coordinate programs related to utility efficiency and management, carbon footprint reduction, recycling and waste reduction, toxics minimization, campus master planning, sustainable building design and construction, transportation, environmentally preferable purchasing, program management and metrics, and curriculum development. A Bachelor's degree in environmental studies, biology, business, architecture, engineering, or a related field and a minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience are required. The position is open until filled.

35. Sustainability Coordinator, Muhlenberg College
Muhlenberg College (PA) seeks a part-time Sustainability Coordinator to be responsible for leading the greening effort, connecting stakeholders, and providing continuity and progress. The successful candidate will also coordinate the development of clear goals and assist with integration of sustainability into Muhlenberg’s strategic plan; lead the implementation of efforts such as recycling and energy conservation; and develop public programming and outreach related to campus sustainability. While reporting to the Capital Projects Manager, the Sustainability Coordinator will also have close working relationships with the Greening Committee, Dean of Students, and other staff members. A Master's degree or an equivalent combination of academic preparation and work experience in an environmental or related field is required.

36. Sustainable Technology Research Fellow, Oberlin College
Oberlin College (OH) invites applications for a position as a Sustainable Technology Research Fellow. The successful candidate will assist in the development of a prototype system that provides city and college residents with environmentally contextualized real-time feedback on electricity and water flows through college, residential, and commercial buildings and through the City of Oberlin. Candidates should be recent graduates with computer programming skills and leadership potential. Applications will be accepted until September 15 or until the position is filled.

37. Research Chair, Transportation-Land Use Linkages, Concordia U
Concordia University's (QC) Department of Geography, Planning and Environment invites applications for a Tier II Canada Research Chair in Transportation-Land Use Linkages for Regional Sustainability. The individual should have skills in quantitative and qualitative analyses that could include travel demand modeling or spatial analysis using GIS, social and institutional influences on physical processes, environmental impacts of transportation, and a commitment to formulating and analyzing policies which address problems such as sprawl and greenhouse gas emissions. Ideally, the candidate would be finishing post-doctoral work or already have a tenure-track position elsewhere. All applications should arrive no later than November 2, 2009.

38. 2 Asst Profs, School of Natural Resources and Env, U Michigan
The School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan seeks candidates, preferably with postdoctoral experience, for two full-time, nine month tenure-track assistant professor positions that focus on the ecological basis of conservation, restoration, and management of natural resources. One position is likely to focus on terrestrial ecosystems; the other will focus on aquatic ecosystems. Successful candidates are expected to establish strong programs of scholarship that contribute to the interdisciplinary problem-focused mission of the School and teach two courses and a seminar per year. Applicants should have completed a Ph.D. in applied ecology, biology, natural resources, or a related field. Review of applications will begin after September 14, 2009 and will continue until suitable candidates are found.

39. Professor, Environmental Studies, Oberlin College
The Environmental Studies Program at Oberlin College invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in the College of Arts and Sciences. Initial appointment to this position will begin August 2010 and will be for a term of four years. Rank will depend on experience and can range from assistant professor to endowed chair. Candidates should be able to address the relationships between land and people and will explore the interplay between cultural, economic, political and ecological systems in the context of changing demographics and changing climate. The professor will teach the standard course load on campus (currently 4.5 courses per year). Intermediate and upper level courses will be determined based on the particular expertise of the faculty member. Application materials received after the due date of October 23, 2009 will be considered until the position is filled.

40. 5 Student Positions, Sustainability Leadership Center, Portland State U
Portland State University's (OR) new Sustainability Leadership Center is hiring five students for the 2009-10 school year. The positions include: Assistant to Sustainability Leadership and Outreach Coordinator; EcoWiki System Administrator and Communications Liaison; Student Leadership Liaison for Social Sustainability; Student Leadership Liaison for Economics of Sustainability; and Student Leadership Liaison for Ecological Sustainability. A minimum of sophomore class standing and a 2.75 GPA are required. Applications will be accepted through August 28, 2009.

Events

41. Webinar: Question Hour: Solutions Module & Climate Action Plans
August 18, September 29, October 20, and Nov 24, 2009; 3pm Eastern; Online
Clean Air-Cool Planet will host "Question Hour: Solutions Module and Climate Action Plans," a webinar that seeks to help campuses that are planning potential emissions reduction projects. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions that will be answered by CA-CP's Carbon Accounting Coordinator, Claire Roby.

42. Webinar: Applying for Pathways Out of Poverty Grants
August 19, 2009; 2pm Eastern; Online
Green For All will host a how-to call on Applying for Pathways Out of Poverty Grants. $150 million is available through these green job training grants, authorized by the Recovery Act and administered by the Department of Labor. The call will focus on how community colleges, local non-profits, and Workforce Investment Boards can best craft successful grant applications. Green For All staff and other experts will discuss eligibility, identifying the right partnerships, the point values associated with each section of the application, making an application stand out, how to minimize overlap of applications serving a given area, and the nuts and bolts of how to submit an application.

43. Webinar: Higher Education and the Stimulus Package
August 25, 2009; 1 - 2:30pm Central; Online
Siemens Technologies invites participants to "Higher Education and the Stimulus Package." The webinar will discuss what money is being made available for construction, modernization, renovation, and repair through the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF), Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG), and State Energy Program (SEP) as well as through other governmental organizations and existing bonds.

44. 4th Forum for Sustainability Science Programs
February 18, 2010; San Diego, CA
The AAAS Center for Science, Technology, and Sustainability and the Arizona State University School of Sustainability invite participants to the 4th Forum for Sustainability Science Programs. The Forum is an open, roundtable discussion held each February that aims to stimulate exchange between academic and research programs in Science and Technology for Sustainable Development or "Sustainability Science." The focus of the 2010 Forum will be on "Core Competencies in Sustainability". The goal for the event is to emerge with a vetted set of core competencies in sustainability for each academic level (Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD). The program will also include a networking reception and poster session for sustainability science research. Suggestions for the list of core competencies will be accepted through August 31, 2009.

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