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Table of Contents for 3/8/10:

NEWS
Buildings 1. Central College Receives Kresge Grant for Green Building
Campus Sustainability in the Media 2. San Diego Campuses Included in PBS Green Feature
Co-Curricular Education 3. Colorado College Launches Sustainability Virtual Tours
4. Bowdoin College Student Visualizes Carbon Emissions with Art
5. College of William & Mary Begins Sustainability Campaign
6. U Florida Launches Energy Reduction Campaign
7. U Michigan Team Wins Clean Energy Prize Competition
8. Temple U Ambler Wins Environmental Award in Flower Show
Coordination and Planning 9. Campus Presidents Sign Global Sustainability Commitment
10. Colorado State U Named Lead Institution of Sustainability Network
11. Loyola Marymount U Hires First Sustainability Coordinator
12. U California Riverside Chooses Director for Solar Research Center
13. U British Columbia Wins Green Award at 2010 Olympic Games
Energy 14. North Shore CC Receives Funding to Make Campus Greener
15. U New Hampshire's EcoLine Wins EPA's Project of the Year
Funding 16. Slippery Rock U Awards Funding for Sustainability Projects
17. U Utah Awards 1st Round of Internal Sustainability Funds
Grounds 18. 3 Institutions Receive Tree Campus USA Recognition
Public Engagement 19. 6 Campuses Receive Presidential Recognition for Community Service
20. Hamilton College Students Help Build Green Homes
21. Washburn U Students Create Community Bike Center
Research 22. U Wisconsin Oshkosh Receives 2 Grants to Construct Biodigester
23. U Florida Receives $870K NASA Climate Change Research Grant
24. U Arizona Creates Solar Park
25. Council of Ontario Universities Announces Research Chairs
Transportation 26. U Central Florida Debuts Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle
27. Emory U Adopts Idling Reducing Policy
28. SUNY Binghamton Brings Car-Share Program to Campus
29. Washington State U Students Make Biodiesel
Waste 30. Davis & Elkins College Starts Recycling Program

NEW RESOURCES
31. Recording of AASHE Focus Call: Campus Green Building

OPPORTUNITIES
32. Submit Green Campus Media for Green Brackets Competition
33. Film Your Issue Competition for Young Adults

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
34. Sustainability Coordinator, U Memphis
35. Dir, Sustainable Enterprise & Developm't, U South Carolina
36. Deputy Dir, Institute for Energy & Env, Vermont Law School

EVENTS
37. Webinar - Getting to Net Zero Through Performance-Based Design
38. Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference
39. Strategies for Adaptation Across the Sustainability Curriculum
40. Webinar Series - Green Jobs Programming On Campus
41. EPA Training on the Academic Labs Rule for Hazardous Waste

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News

Buildings

1. Central College Receives Kresge Grant for Green Building
Central College (UA) has met a Kresge Foundation’s challenge to raise $3.59 million for its education and psychology building, which opened in August and has received LEED Platinum certification. By reaching its fundraising goal, the foundation provided an additional $850,000 in grant money. The structure is home to Central's new Center for Global Sustainability Education.

Campus Sustainability in the Media

2. San Diego Campuses Included in PBS Green Feature
Three San Diego, California campuses, San Diego Community College District's West City Point Loma campus; San Diego State University; the University of California, San Diego, have been featured in a PBS special on colleges undergoing green renovations. The station producing the piece, KPBS, also posted the story as an audio file.  
See also: KPBS Audio Version

Co-Curricular Education

3. Colorado & Dickinson Colleges Launch Sustainability Virtual Tours
Colorado College has launched a sustainability virtual tour. Colorado College created a single location to view its on-campus sustainability initiatives. The Campus Sustainability Virtual Tour guides visitors through numerous locations showcasing what the College has accomplished as stewards of the environment. Examples include the College's composting efforts and the pervious paving project. The online sustainability tour, which took about three months to create, develop, and post, is aimed at multiple audiences: the campus community, alumni, prospective students, and community members.    
See also: Colorado College Sustainability Virtual Tour

4. Bowdoin College Student Visualizes Carbon Emissions with Art
A senior at Bowdoin College (ME) has illustrated what one ton of carbon emissions looks like in a new installation in a student lounge. Madelyn Sullivan roped off a cube with 27 foot sides that goes from the ceiling to the floor and across the lounge to show students the size of one ton of carbon emissions. The installation also provides educational information on the amount of CO2 emissions that an average U.S. citizen emits every two weeks and that Bowdoin College emits each year.  

5. College of William & Mary Begins Sustainability Campaign
The College of William and Mary (VA) has launched the "Do One Thing for Sustainability" (DOT) initiative in which students can claim one thing they will do for the environment. This claim can be made on Facebook, on paper, or through a video. The campus art department plans to assemble an installation from all of the paper commitments that will be displayed in the campus library, and videos will be placed on YouTube.  

6. U Florida Launches Energy Reduction Campaign
The University of Florida Office of Sustainability has launched its "Chomp Down on Energy" campaign to help reduce energy use throughout campus. The project includes educational resources about energy consumption and the associated cost savings that can be affected through minor behavioral changes, and encourages students, staff, and faculty to be more energy conscious. During this first phase of the campaign, department Green Teams can order light-switch stickers that serve as reminders for individuals to turn off lights to rooms when not in use. The next phases will target IT power management and labs and research areas, aiming to determine what equipment is suitable for end of day shut-down.  

7. U Michigan Team Wins Clean Energy Prize Competition
A team of three University of Michigan graduate students have won the 2009-2010 Clean Energy Prize competition with a plan to harness vibrations to power small electronics. DTE Energy and the University of Michigan sponsored the competition in which teams competed to develop business plans that promise to move a new, clean-energy technology from the laboratory to the market place. The thirty-two teams were comprised of schools from around Michigan, including the University of Michigan, Davenport University, Henry Ford Community College, Wayne State University, Michigan State University, and Oakland University.  
See also: News Story 2

8. Temple U Ambler Wins Environmental Award in Flower Show
A group of Temple University, Ambler (PA) faculty and students have won the American Horticulture Society Environmental Award at the 2010 Philadelphia International Flower Show. The group won the award for an exhibit of horticultural excellence which best demonstrates the bond between horticulture and the environment, and inspires the viewers to beautify homes and community through skillful design and appropriate plant material. Their display, METROmarphosis, demonstrates ways to increase biodiversity, conserve natural resources, and promote local food production. The exhibit also includes a beehive and an “eco-wall,” an artistic representation of the urban landscape and the natural landscape working in harmony by combining industrial materials with plants, bird houses, worm farms, and a variety of “found objects.” Other honors the group took home include "Best in Show” Award in the Academic Educational category, Bulkley Medal of the Garden Club of America, and the Philadelphia Unit of the Herb Society of America Award.  

Coordination and Planning

9. Campus Presidents Sign Global Sustainability Commitment
25 global university presidents have signed the International Campus Sustainability Network's Sustainable Campus Charter, which commits signatories to campus-wide principles and measurable goals for sustainable development, construction, and operations. In addition, the universities involved have committed to incorporating the study of sustainability principles and practice into their educational offerings. U.S. signatories include: Columbia University (NY); The Johns Hopkins University (MD); Georgetown University (DC); University of Pennsylvania; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; University of Chicago (IL); Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University (MA); Harvard University (MA); Stanford University (CA); Yale University (CT); and Brown University (RI).    
See also: ISCN Charter
See also: List of Signatories

10. Colorado State U Named Lead Institution of Sustainability Network
Colorado State University has been named the lead institution in the newly formed Rocky Mountain Sustainability and Science Network. The Network, which was funded by a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, aims to provide undergraduates with experience-based learning opportunities in the sciences and sustainability. Other universities in the Network include University of Wyoming, University of Montana, Utah State University, University of Arizona, Texas A&M University, University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Colorado-Denver, and Metropolitan State University (MN). AASHE is also a part of the Network.    

11. Loyola Marymount U Hires First Sustainability Coordinator
Loyola Marymount University (CA) has hired its first sustainability coordinator to create a more sustainable campus and to promote environmental stewardship. Joseph Rasmussen, who started February 1, 2010, has already begun planning sustainability initiatives across campus. Rasmussen comes to LMU from California State University, Long Beach, where he served as a state scientist for the California Environmental Protection Agency Integrated Waste Management Board Sustainability Program.    
See also: Directory of Campus Sustainability Officers (AASHE Members Only)

12. U California Riverside Chooses Director for Solar Research Center
The University of California, Riverside has chosen a managing director for the Southern California Research Institute for Solar Energy. Alfredo A. Martinez-Morales will guide the center to advance solar energy techniques, train professionals for the industry, mentor new businesses, and assist commercial and residential energy users in responsible applications for solar energy.    

13. U British Columbia Wins Green Award at 2010 Olympic Games
The University of British Columbia has received the "Live Positively Award" from the Coca-Cola Company. The Live Positively Awards recognize organizations and individuals who turn their passion for improving the well-being of Canadians into actions that have a positive impact in their local communities. UBC received the award for its commitment to sustainability leadership and innovation. The award noted UBC's sustainability policy, Sustainability Office, and programs that aim to reduce energy consumption. The award was presented at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.  

Energy

14. North Shore CC Receives Funding to Make Campus Greener
North Shore Community College (MA) has received $3.6 million from Governor Patrick's Commonwealth Clean Energy Investment Program to make its Danvers and Lynn campuses more environmentally friendly. The Program, which was launched at NSCC, will install solar panels on the Danvers campus and new lighting and energy management systems, along with new chillers, boilers, and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning units, at the Lynn campus.    

15. U New Hampshire's EcoLine Wins EPA's Project of the Year
The University of New Hampshire's EcoLine has been named the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Project of the Year. The EcoLine is a 12.7 mile pipeline that goes from campus to the Turnkey Recycling and Environmental Enterprise landfill. The pipeline transports methane that the University uses to power 85 percent of its electricity and heat.

Funding

16. Slippery Rock U Awards Funding for Sustainability Projects
Slippery Rock University (PA) Green Fund committee has approved several sustainability projects for the upcoming year. One initiative will purchase a $9,600 biofuels processor. The equipment will be used to convert used vegetable oil from campus dining facilities into biofuel that will be used to power university diesel tractors and lawnmowers. The processor is expected to generate up to $1,200 in savings each year. Other grants awarded by the Green Fund committee include $11,600 to purchase occupancy sensors for classrooms and high-tech electric meters, $4,150 for a sustainability across the curriculum program; and $3,085 for sustainability educational programming for students.  

17. U Utah Awards 1st Round of Internal Sustainability Funds
The University of Utah Sustainable Campus Initiative Fund committee has chosen seven energy-saving proposals to receive funding from its sustainability fee. Among the projects selected were proposals to add switches to vending machines so they use less energy, modify the U’s solar panels to track the sun throughout the day to maximize their absorption, and design a way to capture storm water for the U’s plants. Approximately $35,000 has been allocated to the selected projects.

Grounds

18. 3 Institutions Receive Tree Campus USA Recognition
Moraine Valley Community College (IL); the University of Arkansas, Fort Smith; and Auburn University (AL) have each been recognized as a 2009 Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for the second year in a row for their dedication to campus forestry management and environmental stewardship. Each campus met five required core standards of tree care and community engagement in 2009. Those requirements included the establishment of a campus tree advisory committee; evidence of a campus tree-care plan; verification of dedicated annual expenditures on the campus tree-care plan; involvement in an Arbor Day observance; and the institution of a service-learning project aimed at engaging the student body.  
See also: UA Fort Smith Press Release
See also: Auburn U Press Release

Public Engagement

19. 6 Campuses Receive Presidential Recognition for Community Service
Six colleges and universities have been named as Presidential Awardees in the 2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement. The Corporation for National and Community Service, which administers the annual Honor Roll award, recognized more than 700 colleges and universities for their impact on issues from poverty and homelessness to environmental justice. In 2009, 3.16 million students performed more than 300 million hours of service. The awardees include: Lee University (TN); Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Emory & Henry College (VA); Raritan Valley Community College (NJ); and Willamette University (OR).
See also: Full List of Honorees

20. Hamilton College Students Help Build Green Homes
Hamilton College's (NY) Habitat for Humanity Chapter has announced plans to build more energy efficient homes and to reduce waste during construction. Plans include increasing the insulation of windows and doors, using recycled building materials whenever possible, installing Energy Star appliances, and making an effort to recycle as much construction waste as possible. The Chapter also plans to seek LEED certification whenever possible.    

21. Washburn U Students Create Community Bike Center
Washburn University (KS) graduate and undergraduate students have opened a new community bike center. The Topeka Community Cycle Project (TCCP) advocates for bicycling in the city and provides education on how to maintain a safe and working bicycle. TCCP hopes to promote a safe community for bikers.

Research

22. U Wisconsin Oshkosh Receives 2 Grants to Construct Biodigester
The University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh has received a $500,000 grant from the federal government and a $232,587 grant from Wisconsin Focus on Energy to build a dry fermentation anaerobic biodigester, which will convert year and food waste into fuel. The renewable energy facility will include heat and power generators, which will produce up to five percent of the campus’s electricity and heating needs. The biodigester needs 6,000 tons of organic biowaste per year to provide a 400 kilowatt output. The majority of the waste will be provided by campus and community sources with the remainder being supplied from other area partners.  
See also: UW Oshkosh Student Newspaper Story

23. U Florida Receives $870K NASA Climate Change Research Grant
The University of Florida has received $870,000 from NASA to study how to better adapt to climate change. The NASA Land Use Land Cover Change Program grant will fund an interdisciplinary project that will analyze relationships among climate variability, climate change, land use and land cover change. Using remote sensing applications and socio-economic surveys, the project aims to create models that could enhance planning for sustainable resource use and help the people in these areas adapt to climate change. The grant will support graduate students and allow the project to conduct summer fieldwork in Botswana, Namibia, and Zambia.  

24. U Arizona Creates Solar Park
The University of Arizona has established a new Solar Zone at its Science and Technology Park. The Solar Park will be an interdisciplinary and collaborative hub for researchers and industry to develop and promote renewable energy.    

25. Council of Ontario Universities Announces Research Chairs
The Council of Ontario Universities has announced three research chairs in environmental science. The Ontario Research Chair in Renewable Energy Technologies and Health has been awarded to the University of Waterloo and its candidate, Dr. Siva Sivoththaman. The two Ontario Research Chairs in Green Chemistry and Engineering have been awarded to Queen's University and its candidate, Dr. Michael Cunningham, and to Trent University and its candidate, Dr. Suresh Narine. Dr. Sivoththaman will bring focus to multi-disciplinary activities in renewable energy technologies and health, ensuring that health and safety are top priorities in the induction of new technologies. His research program will develop new technical approaches and will provide guidelines in setting standards to ensure health and safety in the manufacturing, use, and end-of-life phases of renewable energy technologies. Dr. Cunningham's research interests are in polymer science, with a focus on replacing environmentally harmful processes that employ organic solvents with more environmentally benign water-based processes that do not use solvents. His research will exploit newly discovered materials that can "switch" their properties and the latest chemistry techniques to control polymer product properties, using manufacturing methods that minimize environmental impact. Dr. Narine will focus on the use of natural oils to develop new high-value, high-performance, and toxic free/neutral chemicals, materials, and polymers.    

Transportation

26. U Central Florida Debuts Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle
The University of Central Florida has partnered with Ford Motor Company and Progressive Energy to host the state's first Ford Escape plug-in hybrid electric vehicle on its campus. The University's Smart Solar Plug-in Research Facility includes parking spaces for four electric-powered vehicles where solar panels above the spaces can recharge vehicles. The vehicle can achieve up to 120 miles per gallon and will be tested in Florida.  
See also: List of Campus Hybrid Vehicle Fleets (AASHE Members Only)

27. Emory U Adopts Idling Reducing Policy
Emory University (GA) has partnered with the Clean Air Campaign to adopt its first Idling Reduction Policy. The policy will restrict idling in situations such as deliveries and will ensure that cars are turned off when parked. The University hopes the new initiative will help to reduce air pollution on campus and in the surrounding community.  
See also: List of Campus No-Idling Policies (AASHE Members Only)

28. SUNY Binghamton Brings Car-Share Program to Campus
State University of New York, Binghamton students, faculty, and staff now have two new cars available for use on campus through a new car-share program. The program, Connect by Hertz, allows members to use these vehicles for a predetermined fee. The University hopes the car-share program will help to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution.  
See also: List of Campus Car-Share Programs (AASHE Members Only)

29. Washington State U Students Make Biodiesel
Washington State University mechanical engineering students have formed the Biodiesel Club. The students involved have created a business that purchases used cooking oil from the University's dining services, converts it to biodiesel, and sells it to the school's motor pull to be used by the Facilities Management's front end loader. The same students also created Engineers for a Sustainable World, a student club that works to promote biodiesel.    
See also: List of Campus Fleets Using Biodiesel

Waste

30. Davis & Elkins College Starts Recycling Program
Davis & Elkins College (WV) has started a recycling program in campus dorms. The program was formed by the student group “GreenWorks!” and the Center for Sustainability Studies. The two groups helped to assemble recycling bins to be placed in the campus' four dorms.    

New Resources

31. Recording of AASHE Focus Call: Campus Green Building
AASHE has posted a recording of "AASHE Focus Call: Campus Green Building," which took place on February 24, 2010. The conference call, which was aimed at under-resourced institution, offered three presentations on how campus green building can make a difference at colleges and universities, as well as time for questions and answers. The recording is split into two sections - one on the presentation and one on the question and answer portion of the call. Presenters included Amy Seif Hattan, director of strategic initiatives at Second Nature; Ashka Naik. program manager of the Advancing Green Building Initiative at Second Nature; and Jaime Van Mourik, the higher education sector manager at the U.S. Green Building Council.

Opportunities

32. Submit Green Campus Media for Green Brackets Competition
Second Nature has launched the 2010 version of greenbrackets.com, a website where basketball fans can track the success of ACUPCC signatory schools in the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. Second Nature is also hosting a related competition, in which members of the campus sustainability community are encouraged to submit photos, videos, and stories about sustainability and athletics on their campuses for competition points. The campus with the most points will win the Green Bracket Competition. The Second Nature team will post the best images and stories online in the effort to generate some friendly competition and publicity for green schools as well as highlight progress on the greening of athletics programs.
See also: Second Nature Press Release

33. Film Your Issue Competition for Young Adults
The Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) invites adults ages 14 to 24 to participate in the What’s Your Issue? – Film Your Issue competition. Contestants will submit a three-minute video presenting an innovative solution-project idea in one of nine categories: environment, education, health/healthcare, poverty, public service, national security and defense, the economic recessions, and human and equal rights. The deadline for submissions is April 18, 2010. Winners will be selected by both a VIP jury and public online via YouTube.  

Jobs & Internships

34. Sustainability Coordinator, U Memphis
The University of Memphis (TN) is accepting applications for the position of sustainability coordinator. The position will coordinate all activities related to sustainability and recycling; purchase supplies and equipment; and work with students, faculty, and staff to enhance sustainability efforts campus-wide. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree and one year experience coordinating a recycling program. Applications are due March 12, 2010.  

35. Dir, Sustainable Enterprise & Developm't, U South Carolina
The University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business is hiring a tenure-track professor to direct the Sustainable Enterprise and Development initiative. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to lead a research program designed to conduct and publish high quality academic research within the general theme of sustainable enterprise and development.    

36. Deputy Dir, Institute for Energy & Env, Vermont Law School
Vermont Law School is accepting applications for the position of deputy director for the Institute for Energy and the Environment. The Institute is the home of an advanced curriculum on energy and regulatory law at the School. Among other duties, the position will help guide and teach a research team of senior lawyers/analysts, junior lawyers, and research associates in commissioned research for multiple clients. Applicants should have significant experience with energy and environmental issues. Applications should be submitted by March 15, 2010.

Events

37. Webinar - Getting to Net Zero Through Performance-Based Design
March 18, 2010; 12 - 1:30pm Eastern; Online
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Building Technologies Program is offering a Webinar titled "Getting to Net Zero Today Through a Performance-Based Design/Build Process." Through this presentation, members of a net-zero project's design/build team will demonstrate how net-zero energy buildings are achievable and marketable now. The webinar is free of charge, but participants must register in advance.  

38. Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference
March 21 - 23, 2010; University of Maryland, College Park
The National Association of Business Officers invites registrations for its 5th annual Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference. Showcasing more than 30 concurrent sessions, two pre-conference workshops, five plenaries—including invited keynote speaker, Steven Chu, U.S. secretary of energy—and a campus tour, the conference will cover innovative and creative strategies to help meet the challenge of modeling new and more sustainable ways of living and operating. Attendees will learn strategies for making sustainability projects feasible; how to apply the new STARS system to your institution; specific examples of proven solutions in the areas of energy management, transportation, food and dining, and more; best practices from peer campuses on a variety of operational issues; mechanisms for financing sustainability projects on campus; and how to channel student enthusiasm to accomplish institution-wide sustainability goals. Registration is still available.  
See also: SSCC Student Scholarship Information

39. Strategies for Adaptation Across the Sustainability Curriculum
March 22 - 23, 2010; Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC
Wake Forest University will host, 'Taking It to the Next Level: Strategies for Adaptation across the Sustainability Curriculum.' The national conference will explore the ways in which institutions of higher education are adapting to support the collaborative endeavors of faculty and staff and the roles that administrative leaders can play in this evolving arena. Participants will have the chance to learn from the concrete case studies presented and to develop strategies for implementation on their own campuses. This conference is designed to meet the needs of campus leaders who are considering comprehensive strategies for advancing sustainability into and across the curriculum. Campus teams that include provosts, academic deans, faculty leaders, and sustainability professionals will have time during the conference to confer about the strategic approaches they can take back to their own campuses for implementation. Capacity is limited to 200 participants. Campuses are asked to limit the number of registrants to five each, in order to encourage a broad array of campuses to participate.    

40. Webinar Series - Green Jobs Programming On Campus
April 23, 2010 from 1 - 2:30pm Eastern; April 28, 2010 from 1 - 2:30pm Eastern; Online
Academic Impressions will host a two-part webinar series titled, "Does Green Jobs Programming Make Sense for Your Campus?" In the first session, attendees will learn about the opportunities emerging for higher education in environmental/sustainability areas and how existing programs can be made more sustainable. Participants in the second part will explore techniques for assessing local/regional markets for needs and trends, learn how to gauge the level of interest in specific markets; and understand how to report findings and move forward in program development. Instructors will include Susan Jennings, director of the Office of Campus and Community Sustainability at the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; and Victoria Matthew, director of program development in the Continuing and Professional Education Division at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.      

41. EPA Training on the Academic Labs Rule for Hazardous Waste
May 18, 2010; 9:30 am – 4:30 pm EST; Arlington, VA & Online
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will host a training for college and university that have science laboratories, engineering and/or technology laboratories, art studios, or an associated teaching hospital or non-profit research institutions on their campuses. The workshop will review the new Academic Laboratories Rule. EPA experts and individuals experienced in the development and implementation of Subpart K will host the training to provide information and to answer questions. For those who are unable to attend in person, the training will also be streamed live via webcast. Registration is required for those attending the seminar in person as well as via webcast by Tuesday, May 11, 2010.    

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