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AASHE Bulletin is taking a holiday break. We will return with coverage of campus sustainability news, opportunities, events and job listings on Jan. 10, 2011. 

Table of Contents for 12/20/10:

NEWS
Buildings 1. 6 Harvard U Buildings Awarded LEED Certification
2. U California Berkeley Earns LEED Gold for Laboratory Renovations
3. George Washington U Residence Hall Receives LEED Gold
4. College of the Holy Cross Science Complex Earns LEED Gold
5. Syracuse U Dedicates Green Biomaterials Institute
6. Soka U of America to Seek LEED Certification with New Arts Center
Climate 7. U Minnesota Students Chronicle UN Climate Change Conference
Co-Curricular Education 8. U Washington Student Government Passes Sustainability Legislation
9. Indiana U Bloomington Students Create Sustainability Council
10. Loyola U Chicago Students Work to Make Campus Food Sustainable
11. Laney College Holds Eco-Inspired Art Exhibit
12. U Arizona Student Projects Promote Campus Sustainability
Coordination and Planning 13. Indiana U Office of Sustainability Awards Green Certification
Curriculum 14. George Washington U to Offer Sustainable Urban Planning Program
15. Kennebec Valley CC Announces Solar Technology Training Program
Dining Services 16. Northern Arizona U Announces Plans for Green Café
17. U Florida Dining Halls Adopt Meatless Mondays
Energy 18. Bakersfield College Unveils 1.1 MW Solar Energy System
19. Harvard U Installs Solar Thermal and Steam Heat System
20. U California San Diego to Construct 2.8 MW Fuel Cell
21. Students to Install Wind Turbine on Mesabi Range College Campus
Funding 22. West Chester U Receives $5 Mil Energy Grant
23. Calhoun CC Receives $3.4 Mil Grant for Clean Energy Program
24. U Ottawa Receives $136K Toward Campus Cooling Plant Retrofit
25. U Pennsylvania Selects Green Fund Grant Recipients
Grounds 26. Marylhurst U Uses Goats to Control Invasive Species
Transportation 27. Louisiana State U Installs Pollution-Cleaning Pavement
Waste 28. EPA Reveals Game Day Challenge Results
29. U Scranton Students Initiate Off-Campus Housing Recycling Efforts

NEW RESOURCES
30. New Issue of Sustainability: The Journal of Record

OPPORTUNITIES
31. Registration Open for 2011 RecycleMania Tournament
32. UNESCO Sustainable Development Japan-U.S. Teacher Exchange
33. Campus Green Scene Video Competition

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
34. Climate Action Manager, U California Santa Cruz
35. Senior Sustainability Adviser, Rochester Institute of Technology
36. Professor, Environmental Studies, Oberlin College
37. Professor, Sustainable Energy Resources, San Jose State U
38. Sustainability Projects Coordinator, MIT
39. Coordinator, Sustainability Practices, Arizona State U
40. Sustainability Internship Coordinator, U California Santa Cruz

EVENTS
41. Communicating and Marketing STARS
42. Taking Root: A Southwest Sustainable Food Summit

CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY DISCUSSION FORUMS HIGHLIGHTS
43. Campus LED Signs for Publicity Purposes
44. Recycling/Resource Recovery Firm Recommendations


News

Buildings

1. 6 Harvard U Buildings Awarded LEED Certification
Six Harvard University (MA) buildings have recently achieved LEED certification. The Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Biophysics Laboratory and East Wing Offices, Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Larsen Hall Upper Floor Classroom, and Harvard Medical School’s renovation of 641-643 Huntington Avenue have each received LEED Gold certification. The university earned LEED Silver certification for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences' teaching labs and the renovation of the Graduate School of Education's Longfellow Basement. Common sustainable features include water-efficient fixtures, a reduction of overall energy consumption, passive solar design and the diversion of construction waste from landfills.
See also: Biophysics Laboratory Press Release
See also: East Wing Offices Press Release
See also: Larsen Hall Renovation Press Release

2. U California Berkeley Earns LEED Gold for Laboratory Renovations
Renovations to the Morgan Hall Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley have received LEED Gold certification using the LEED Commercial Interiors standard for renovation projects. Former office and storage spaces were updated to create efficient and sustainable laboratories for the Department of Nutritional Science and Toxicology. The university used the renovations as an opportunity to involve students from a service learning class to prepare a video to educate the building occupants, campus community and public about the environmental aspects of Morgan Hall.
See also: List of Green Science Buildings (AASHE Members Only)

3. George Washington U Residence Hall Receives LEED Gold
George Washington University's (DC) newest residence hall has earned LEED Gold certification. Housing 288 students, the design of West Hall incorporated sustainable features including low-flow plumbing fixtures, native and adaptive plants to eliminate the need for a permanent irrigation system, solar light tubes and energy-efficient appliances. The residence hall also provides covered bike storage for 15 percent of its residents.
See also: List of Green Residence Halls (AASHE Members Only)

4. College of the Holy Cross Science Complex Earns LEED Gold
College of the Holy Cross’ (MA) new Integrated Science Complex has earned LEED Gold certification. Energy-efficient elements of the $64 million complex include an energy recovery wheel that captures and reuses heat and humidity from air, a high performance lighting system, a low-flow fume hood system and an active energy consumption display monitor. 
See also: List of Green Science Buildings (AASHE Members Only)

5. Syracuse U Dedicates Green Biomaterials Institute
Syracuse University (NY) has dedicated the Syracuse Biomaterials Institute, an interdisciplinary research facility that will focus on research in biomaterials, smart medical devices and biological tissue-engineered constructs. Seventy-five percent of the demolition debris caused during renovations for the institute, which is housed on the third and fourth floors of Browne Hall, was recycled. Environmentally friendly features of the project include recycled scrap iron for steel framing, low-VOC adhesives and paints, passive solar design and light occupancy sensors.
See also: List of Green Science Buildings (AASHE Members Only)

6. Soka U of America to Seek LEED Certification with New Arts Center
Soka University of America (CA) has completed its new Performing Arts Center and Academic Building, designed to meet LEED Gold standards. Sustainable features of the $73 million project include a green roof, solar panels, displacement ventilation, automatic daylight lighting controls and a bioswale. Building materials were made from recycled and locally extracted, processed and manufactured content.

Climate

7. U Minnesota Students Chronicle UN Climate Change Conference
"Taking the bus between the two meeting locations in Cancun is a lot like the official negotiations themselves," writes Stuart Sexton who was one of 16 University of Minnesota students who participated as official observers of the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Mexico. "They are rather slow and repetitive, and every once in a while you have to brake for an unexpected iguana in the road, but every time you get back from where you were, the climate change agreement picture becomes a little bit clearer." As part of a climate change policy course, the students provided updates on the negotiations to local media and interviewed delegates during the first week of the two-week negotiations. The students recently presented their experience to the public at the university's Institute on the Environment. 
See also: Student Entries on the "Eye on Earth” Blog

Co-Curricular Education

8. U Washington Student Government Passes Sustainability Legislation
The University of Washington’s student government has passed a sustainability bill that aims to promote awareness among incoming students. The bill, “A Resolution in Support of Sustainability with First Year Programs,” will help implement educational efforts to new students about sustainability options on campus, including the availability of compost resources and a tour of the university farm. A long-term goal includes the possibility of a required sustainability class.

9. Indiana U Bloomington Students Create Sustainability Council
Indiana University Bloomington student groups have come together to enhance sustainability efforts on campus. Fourteen student organizations have formed the Student Sustainability Council to promote communication and collaboration among organizations interested in advancing environmentalism on campus. The first collaborative effort of the council is the establishment of a Green Initiative Fund. The group seeks to add a $5 donation option during the university’s online registration each semester to support sustainability initiatives on campus.

10. Loyola U Chicago Students Work to Make Campus Food Sustainable
Loyola University Chicago’s (IL) Student Food Sustainability Advisory Council has begun working with food services provider Aramark to raise awareness about food systems, shrink the community’s ecological footprint and address the student body’s primary sustainability concerns. The council will gauge on-campus attitudes towards issues including local food, factory farming and balanced diets through surveys, research and education.
See also: List of Sustainable Dining Initiatives on Campus (AASHE Members Only)

11. Laney College Holds Eco-Inspired Art Exhibit
As part of an Eco Art Matters class, Laney College (CA) students recently held an art exhibit titled “Save Our Earth Ship.” The artwork addresses environmental and social justice issues, including a multi-media sculpture comprised primarily of 2,500 cigarette butts collected from campus grounds and a super-sized plastic shopping bag created from 3,000 plastic bags.

12. U Arizona Student Projects Promote Campus Sustainability
Students at the University of Arizona recently showcased nearly three dozen project ideas to enhance campus sustainability efforts. Proposed ideas included plans for renovating and retrofitting buildings, installing shower timers, promoting educational smart phone applications and reusable to-go containers.

Coordination and Planning

13. Indiana U Office of Sustainability Awards Green Certification
Indiana University’s Office of Sustainability has awarded the first certification of its Green Office Certification program. The Office of Environmental, Health and Safety Management received the first level of certification by fulfilling 17 actions including the establishment of a central location for the collection and re-distribution of surplus office supplies and unplugging electronic appliances when not in use. The Office of Sustainability implemented the certification program in August 2010 to make the task of greening office spaces more tangible and accessible to the campus community. 

Curriculum

14. George Washington U to Offer Sustainable Urban Planning Program
George Washington University (DC) has announced plans to offer a Master of Professional Studies in Sustainable Urban Planning in fall 2011. The program will also offer stand-alone graduate certificates in climate change sustainable management and policy, urban sustainability and sustainable landscapes. The curriculum is designed to develop career urban planners skilled in sustainable urban planning and policy, and knowledgeable about green technologies.
See also: List of Graduate Degree Programs in Sustainability

15. Kennebec Valley CC Announces Solar Technology Training Program
Kennebec Valley Community College (ME) has announced a new solar technology training program that will begin in February. The program will train instructors from technical colleges and high schools how to install solar heating and cooling systems. The instructors will then incorporate what they learn into their curriculum. The solar heating and cooling training initiative received a $3.3 million federal grant to cover the costs for the next five years.

Dining Services

16. Northern Arizona U Announces Plans for Green Café
Northern Arizona University has announced plans to open a café focused on community, health, education and sustainability next fall. A group of students, faculty and action research teams in the graduate sustainable communities program have been preparing for the past year to open the café. The café will offer students healthy, environmentally friendly sources of on-campus food and provide a location to spread environmental awareness.
See also: List of Sustainable Dining Initiatives on Campus (AASHE Members Only)

17. U Florida Dining Halls Adopt Meatless Mondays
The University of Florida has launched the new “Meat-Free Mondays” campaign at campus dining locations. Gator Corner Dining and Fresh Food Company will provide a variety of vegan meal options on Mondays as part of a campaign to educate students on the environmental and health impacts of meat consumption. Aramark, the university’s food supplier, and Gator Dining Services plan to expand the campaign to include a vegetarian menu on request at other campus dining locations.
See also: List of Sustainable Dining Initiatives on Campus (AASHE Members Only)

Energy

18. Bakersfield College Unveils 1.1 MW Solar Energy System
Bakersfield College (CA) has revealed a new 1.1-megawatt solar energy system. The system features a 3.1-acre parking lot canopy structure with nearly 3,700 SunPower solar panels that track the sun throughout the day, providing shade in the lot and solar electrical power for campus. The solar array is expected to supply approximately one-third of the college’s electricity demand.
See also: List of Campus Solar Installations

19. Harvard U Installs Solar Thermal and Steam Heat System
Harvard University (MA) has installed 3,200-square-feet of solar panels atop three buildings. The panels are part of a solar thermal and steam tunnel heat-recovery project that is expected to supply at least 60 percent of domestic hot water for the buildings. A network of glycol-filled pipes connects the rooftop solar panels to the hybrid heating system. The 1,000-gallon buffer tank, which replaces the need for gas-fired boilers, pre-heats City of Cambridge water to 130 degrees before it is pumped to the buildings. A monitoring system has also been installed to allow residents to assess the system’s productivity.
See also: List of Campus Solar Installations

20. U California San Diego to Construct 2.8 MW Fuel Cell
The University of California, San Diego has begun the construction of a 2.8-megawatt fuel cell as part of a renewable energy project with the City of San Diego and Biofuels Energy. The fuel cell will turn waste methane gas from a wastewater treatment plant directly into electricity without combustion. The university expects the installation to provide 8 percent of the university’s total energy needs.

21. Students to Install Wind Turbine on Mesabi Range College Campus
Mesabi Range College (MN) has received a wind turbine that students in the wind energy technology program will refurbish and install on campus. The college received a grant from Iron Range Resources to purchase the wind turbine. The college began its wind energy technology degree program in 2009.
See also: List of Campus Wind Power Installations

Funding

22. West Chester U Receives $5 Mil Energy Grant
West Chester University (PA) has received a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to fund the third phase of its 10-year plan to convert heating and cooling systems of roughly 25 campus buildings to a geothermal system. Once the project is completed, the closed-loop underground system will include 1,200 wells and 20,000 feet of piping. The university expects the system to reduce campus heating bills by 40 percent and cooling costs by 20 percent.

23. Calhoun CC Receives $3.4 Mil Grant for Clean Energy Program
Calhoun Community College (AL) has received a $3.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to launch a clean energy program. The Alabama Center for Excellence in Clean Energy Technology will train students for green technology jobs including photovoltaic systems, renewable energies, heating and air conditioning systems and electricity. The program will offer an associate degree and two short-term certificates.

24. U Ottawa Receives $136K Toward Campus Cooling Plant Retrofit
The University of Ottawa (ON) has installed an upgraded cooling plant that is expected to reduce electricity consumption by 25 percent and save the university $145,000 in annual electricity costs. The university recently received $136,000 toward the project for its participation in Hydro Ottawa's Electricity Retrofit Incentive Program, which provides partial funding to institutional, commercial, industrial and agricultural customers who complete energy efficiency retrofit projects. The new power plant is part of the university's seven-year Resource Optimization Program, a $12 million investment that is expected to save the university $2.5 million annually by 2015.

25. U Pennsylvania Selects Green Fund Grant Recipients
The University of Pennsylvania has selected seven new sustainability projects to receive support from the university’s Green Fund. The new projects include electric charging stations for car sharing vehicles, a marketing upgrade for the Green Acorn business certification program, an organic compost tea program and the installation of LED lighting in 12 classrooms. An initiative of the university’s Green Campus Partnership and funded by the Division of Facilities and Real Estate Services and the Office of the Provost, the Green Fund was designed to seed green ideas from students, faculty and staff with one-time grants of up to $50,000.

Grounds

26. Marylhurst U Uses Goats to Control Invasive Species
Initiated by the Marylhurst University (OR) Sustainability Action Committee, the university has started using goats to help control the spread of invasive species on campus. In an effort to get rid of unwanted vegetation without using chemicals, the two goats will graze on 68 acres of land. The university also hopes that the goats' presence will help encourage awareness toward sustainable initiatives.

Transportation

27. Louisiana State U Installs Pollution-Cleaning Pavement
Louisiana State University has installed air-purifying asphalt and concrete photo catalytic pavements on campus. The pavement cover will absorb pollution including nitrogen oxides released by traffic or those already in the air. Prior to the installation, a university professor evaluated the technology in the laboratory through funding from the Louisiana Transportation Research Center and the National Science Foundation. The university will monitor the half mile of pathways to determine the rate of reduction in pollution levels over time. The field study, in partnership with Pureti Inc., is funded through the Gulf Coast Research Center for Evacuation and Transportation Resiliency.

Waste

28. EPA Reveals Game Day Challenge Results
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the winners of its Game Day Challenge. More than 75 schools participated in the October competition, targeting more than 2.8 million fans and diverting more than 500,000 pounds of waste. Ithaca College (NY) and the University of Tennessee at Martin tied for Waste Minimization Champion; University of California, Davis was named the Diversion Rate Champion; University of Central Oklahoma earned both the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Champion and Recycling Champion titles; and Marist College (NY) was named the Organics Reduction Champion.

29. U Scranton Students Initiate Off-Campus Housing Recycling Efforts
As part of a communication senior seminar class, students at the University of Scranton (PA) have spearheaded a recycling program for students living in off-campus housing. The students initially launched “Bin Your Bottles” as a Facebook campaign and as a result, about 50 off-campus student households requested recycling bins. Now the program provides recycling bins at off-campus locations in cooperation with the Scranton, Pa. Department of Public Works. 

New Resources

30. New Issue of Sustainability: The Journal of Record
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., has published Vol. 3, No. 6 of Sustainability: The Journal of Record. The December issue includes a look at the sociotechnological challenges faced in "The Future of Urban Sustainability"; an editorial by SCA Tissue Sustainability Marketing Manager Mike Kapalko that examines how businesses currently marketing a green image can avoid falling into the greenwashing trap; and a book review of Michael Russo’s "Companies on a Mission: Entrepreneurial Strategies for Growing Sustainably, Responsibly, and Profitably."

Opportunities

31. Registration Open for 2011 RecycleMania Tournament
Registration is open for the spring 2011 RecycleMania Tournament. Set to begin in February, the nationwide competition invites colleges and universities to compete to see who can reduce, reuse and recycle the most campus waste. The tournament will run from February 6 to April 2, 2011 with two weeks of non-binding pre-season "trials" beginning January 23. Throughout the combined ten weeks, colleges will report their recycling and trash weights with rankings revealed on RecycleMania’s Results page. RecycleMania is a project of the College and University Recycling Council and is supported by Keep America Beautiful and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WasteWise Program.  
See also: RecycleMania Website

32. UNESCO Sustainable Development Japan-U.S. Teacher Exchange
Sponsored by Fulbright Japan, the 2011 Japan-U.S. Teacher Exchange Program for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is now accepting applications. The exchange will provide up to 48 U.S. teachers and administrators with the opportunity to travel to a three-day conference in the U.S. and to Japan for two weeks to learn about ESD efforts and strengthen ESD curricula in both countries. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) defines ESD as “a vision of education that seeks to balance human and economic well-being with cultural traditions and respect for the earth’s natural resources.” Applications will be accepted through Jan. 6, 2011.

33. Campus Green Scene Video Competition
Johnson Controls, Inc. invites university and college students, faculty and staff to submit a two-minute video describing an idea for making their campus greener. A winning video from each of the four school categories (four-year private institutions, four-year public institutions, historically black colleges and universities, and community colleges) will be selected and $5,000 awarded to each winning institution. Winning entrants will also be featured in a Johnson Controls-produced documentary filmed on their campus and highlighted at the National Energy Efficiency Forum in June 2011. Videos will be accepted through April 27, 2011.

Jobs & Internships

34. Climate Action Manager, U California Santa Cruz
The University of California, Santa Cruz Sustainability Office seeks a full-time climate action manager to coordinate campus climate action activities. The manager will work to ensure that the campus fulfills or exceeds relevant policies, commitments and regulations such as the Climate Action Compact, the American College and Universities Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC), Assembly Bill 32 and the University of California on Sustainable Practices. The manager will serve as a liaison between the campus and the University of California Office of the President, other university campuses, local government and community organizations. The successful candidate should have experience in economic analysis and planning with the ability to analyze the feasibility of potential projects, a strong understanding of energy efficiency and a master’s degree in a related field.

35. Senior Sustainability Adviser, Rochester Institute of Technology
The Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) seeks a senior sustainability adviser. The position will be responsible for developing, implementing and administering policies and programs that will help the institute become an international model for best practices in campus sustainability operations and programs. The successful candidate will advise the university as it seeks to meet the goals of the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC), facilitate a campus culture of sustainability and maintain a knowledge base regarding funding opportunities and partnerships. The candidate should have a master's degree in a related field of study and the ability to work with administrators, faculty, staff and students.

36. Professor, Environmental Studies, Oberlin College
The environmental studies program at Oberlin College (OH) seeks a full-time visiting assistant professor to address environmental policy and politics from a social science perspective with the flexibility to teach a range of required courses. The successful candidate should be able to address issues of domestic and international politics and policy. The professor will teach five courses per year. The candidate should have a Ph.D. or appropriate terminal degree. Applications will accepted through Feb. 14, 2011.

37. Professor, Sustainable Energy Resources, San Jose State U
San Jose State University (CA) seeks a sustainable energy resources assistant professor. The position will teach environmental studies core courses, a course in climate change and other undergraduate specialty courses. Responsibilities will include advising students and well as supervising internships, directed readings and special projects. The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. in a natural science, social or interdisciplinary science, and a strong background in qualitative research methods. Application will be accepted through Jan. 31, 2011.

38. Sustainability Projects Coordinator, MIT
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology seeks a sustainability projects coordinator to assist in developing and implementing community engagement, communication and educational outreach programs that support the institute’s campus sustainability goals and objectives. The coordinator will develop educational information and outreach resources, promote and publicize efforts, assist in the development to measure and monitor the impact of community engagement and manage student collaborations and projects. The successful candidate should have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least four years of professional experience. The position is a two-year appointment with the possibility of a permanent appointment in the future.  

39. Coordinator, Sustainability Practices, Arizona State U
Arizona State University’s Global Institute of Sustainability seeks a coordinator for the University Sustainability Practices office. The position will coordinate campus sustainability efforts, the advancement of network linking and enhance opportunities to integrate work and applied campus sustainability. The successful candidate will also organize and facilitate meetings, design strategies for project implementation and prepare and deliver presentations on sustainability initiatives. A bachelor’s degree in a related field and three years of experience in resource conservation is required. Applications should be submitted by Dec. 31, 2010.

40. Sustainability Internship Coordinator, U California Santa Cruz
The University of California, Santa Cruz seeks a sustainability internship coordinator to supervise and mentor student interns who are developing and implementing projects that work to achieve campus sustainability and climate change goals. The successful candidate will oversee programs including the Education, Communication and Outreach for Sustainability team, Friends of Sustainability Offices, the Campus Sustainability Internship Program, the Sustainability Tracking Assessment & Rating System (STARS) and the Green Campus Program. The successful candidate should have a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies or a related field and experience working in the field of sustainability.

Events

41. Communicating and Marketing STARS
January 25, 2011; 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Eastern; Online
There are many opportunities to share a STARS Report with the campus and surrounding community as institutions finalize STARS data submissions. Join this STARS webinar for suggestions on how to market your institution’s STARS Report; ideas for empowering students, faculty, staff and administrators to communicate STARS; and how to utilize helpful tools to get the word out about your campus' sustainability achievements.

42. Taking Root: A Southwest Sustainable Food Summit
February 4-6, 2011; Tempe, AZ
United Students for Fair Trade and the Real Food Challenge are partnering for the food activism event, "Taking Root: A Southwest Sustainable Food Summit." In the context of the unique Southwest cultures, economies and environments, this conference will create a space for students and allies from across the fair and sustainable food movement to share knowledge and skills, cultivate relationships, and deepen the commitment to the sustainable food movement.

Campus Sustainability Discussion Forums Highlights

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43. Campus LED Signs for Publicity Purposes
Could anyone provide positive/negative feedback on using LED signage for advertising vendors and publicizing campus events? The idea would be to cut back on paper advertising and custodial operations cleanup, but wondering if energy is really saved or if campus members even look at the signs?

44. Recycling/Resource Recovery Firm Recommendations
We are considering systemic changes to our current recycling system and collection processes. I would love to hear from anyone who has had experience working with outside professionals to improve campus recycling systems.

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