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Table of Contents for 1/24/2012:

NEWS
Affordability and Access 1. Ivy League Students Protest Elite Financial Recruiters
2. Michigan State U Appoints Access Expert as New Education Dean
3. Rising Low-Income Student Population Poses Challenge for Colleges
4. U South Sewanee Announces Tuition Cost Freeze
Buildings 5. U North Carolina Greensboro Education Building Earns LEED Gold
Coordination and Planning 6. U Connecticut Commissions Sustainability Art Mural
Curriculum 7. Lane CC Creates Watershed Science Technician Program
8. Bristol CC Partners with High School for Green Energy Curriculum
Diversity and Inclusion 9. Duquesne U to Promote Campus Diversity
10. U Calif. Los Angeles Receives Record Number of Diverse Applicants
Energy 11. Arizona State U Partners for 1 MW Solar Power Plant
12. California State U Fullerton Installs 3 Solar Power Systems
13. Middlebury College to Create Solar Farm
14. Princeton U Constructs 5.3 MW Solar Field
15. U Pennsylvania Debuts Energy-Efficient Ice Machines
16. Wilfrid Laurier U Launches Building Energy Dashboard
Funding 17. Kalamazoo College Awarded $23 M toward Social Justice Efforts
18. U Illinois Chicago Approves Student Sustainability Fee
19. U Washington Seattle Announces Sustainability Fund Awards
Public Engagement 20. Mount Wachusett CC Receives $2 M Donation for Civic Learning
21. Central Lakes College Hosts Local Food Production Program
22. Antioch U New England Student Pledge Addresses Food Insecurity
Research 23. Washington Universities Receive Solar Energy Research Grant
Transportation 24. Portland State U Wins $3.5 M for Sustainable Transport Research
25. Austin CC Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
26. U Arizona Installs Bike Repair Stations
27. U California Santa Barbara Opens Bike Repair Stations

NEW RESOURCES
28. Inaugural Issue of RIT Journal of Environmental Sustainability

OPPORTUNITIES
29. Call For Presentations: AASHE 2012 Conference
30. Call for Abstract Reviewers: AASHE 2012 Conference
31. Pittsburgh Green Central Student Design Competition
32. Ithaca College Online Sustainability Leadership Certificate

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
33. Director, Parking and Transportation Services, U New Mexico
34. Assistant Professor, Sustainability Science, Kean U
35. Sustainability Coordinator, North Central College
36. Sustainability Coordinator, Student Housing, U California Davis
37. Transportation Demand Mgmt Coordinator, Stanford U
38. Service Members, FoodCorps
39. Interns, New Leaders Initiative, Earth Island Institute

EVENTS
40. ACUPCC Southwest Regional Collaborative Symposium
41. Advancing Sustainability in Education and Research Symposium
42. Community College Webinar: Creating Successful Job Placements in Green Jobs
43. EAUC 16th Annual Higher Education Sustainability Conference
44. Greening of the Campus IX: Building Pedagogy
45. Responsible Endowments Coalition Effective Committees Workshop
46. Security & Sustainability Forum Webinar: Climate Change and Public Health
47. SEI Webinar: Green Revolving Funds - Accounting/Finance 101
48. 'On the Road to Zero Waste' National Higher Education Conference

CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY DISCUSSION FORUMS HIGHLIGHTS
49. How Do Campus Sustainability Efforts Influence a Student's College Choice?


News

Affordability and Access

1. Ivy League Students Protest Elite Financial Recruiters
Ivy League students recently crashed a handful of investment banking firm recruiting sessions at Harvard (MA), Brown (RI) and Princeton (NJ) universities, reports an Inside Higher Ed article. "...we protest the campus culture that whitewashes the crooked dealings of Wall Street as a prestigious career path. We are here today as a voice for the 99 percent, shut out by a system that punishes them just for being born without privilege," a group of 18 Princeton students said collectively during one recruiting session. "What we need is not a university for the 1 percent, but a university in the nation's service, and in the service of all nations." The tactic marks a shift for the college Occupy movement, says the article, "which up to this point had primarily targeted either their institutions or Wall Street as a whole."

2. Michigan State U Appoints Access Expert as New Education Dean
Michigan State University's College of Education has named Donald E. Heller, a national expert on higher education access issues, as its new dean. The former director of Pennsylvania State University’s Center for the Study of Higher Education has spent much of his career studying how government and institutional policies affect college access and choice for low-income and minority students. At a time when both the state and federal governments are stepping up their focus on higher education financing, accessibility and outcomes, says Michigan State University’s provost in the Chronicle of Higher Education article, "someone who understands education policy and the role of the university in helping to shape that policy is extremely attractive."

3. Rising Low-Income Student Population Poses Challenge for Colleges
The president of the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities announced at a recent conference that the state's population of students in dire financial need grew by half in the 2009-2010 academic year, reports a Washington Post blog. This is a crisis for colleges, says the article, because while the federal government's Free Application for Federal Student Aid has determined that many more students bound for Wisconsin colleges should have their expenses covered entirely through aid, it hasn't stipulated where that aid will come from. The neediest students are eligible for $5,550 in federal Pell grants. Beyond that, grant and scholarship dollars come mostly from individual schools.

4. U South Sewanee Announces Tuition Cost Freeze
In an effort to make education more affordable and accessible, Sewanee: The University of the South (TN) has announced that it will freeze the cost of tuition, room and board for the next four years for the class entering next fall. Tuition and fees for these students will remain level through spring 2016. The university previously announced a 10 percent reduction in tuition and fees for the current 2011-2012 academic year, which will remain in effect for returning students next fall.

Buildings

5. U North Carolina Greensboro Education Building Earns LEED Gold
The University of North Carolina, Greensboro’s School of Education building has achieved LEED Gold certification. Thirty percent of the $47 million project features regional materials and 88 percent of the construction waste was recycled. Sustainable features include drought resistant plants, low-flow plumbing, a bio-retention pond and sand filter systems.

Coordination and Planning

6. U Connecticut Commissions Sustainability Art Mural
In an effort to increase student awareness of its sustainability efforts and successes, the University of Connecticut's Office of Environmental Policy and Communications and ResLife departments worked with a graphic design firm to develop an informative display for campus. The wall-size mural, which includes three-dimensional pieces that can be updated, features a collage of pictures and short text paragraphs explaining what the university is doing to reduce its environmental impact.

Curriculum

7. Lane CC Creates Watershed Science Technician Program
The Lane Community College (OR) Board of Education has approved a watershed science technician associate degree. The water conservation curriculum will provide career opportunities for students who previously only had the certificate option.
See also: AASHE Resource: Associate Degree Programs in Sustainability

8. Bristol CC Partners with High School for Green Energy Curriculum
Bristol Community College (MA) has announced a pilot project with a local high school that will expose both high school and higher education students to sustainable and green energy technologies. With a combination of theory, experimentation and field trips to a solar farm and green energy plant, students will learn about wind energy, efficient lighting, brownfield redevelopment, city planning and transportation, urban agriculture, solar thermal design and greenhouse technology.

Diversity and Inclusion

9. Duquesne U to Promote Campus Diversity
In a response to a Campus Climate Survey, Duquesne University’s (PA) Council on Diversity has announced plans to host more events and programs that showcase diversity. The survey revealed that students and faculty are in favor of actively promoting gender, racial and religious equality. Goals include monitoring the campus social climate; planning events to celebrate and promote diversity on campus; and recruiting and retaining minority faculty, staff, administrators and students.

10. U Calif. Los Angeles Receives Record Number of Diverse Applicants
A record high of 91,512 students from diverse ethnic, geographic and socioeconomic backgrounds applied for fall 2012 admission to the University of California, Los Angeles. Latino applications grew by 15.6 percent over last year, while African American and American Indian applications increased by 13.7 percent and 12.9 percent, respectively. The university also continued to experience gains among students from low-income families.

Energy

11. Arizona State U Partners for 1 MW Solar Power Plant
Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus has announced plans for a 1-megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant. The facility will be developed by SunPower Corp., which will sell the energy produced back to the university. The plant is expected to produce an amount of energy equal to that needed to serve about 225 SunPower customers.

12. California State U Fullerton Installs 3 Solar Power Systems
California State University, Fullerton has installed three solar power systems on the roof of campus buildings, each 1.16 megawatts in size. Including solar powered electric vehicle charging stations, the systems are expected to produce enough electricity per year to equal the elimination of 5,181 passenger vehicles from the road over the next 25 years.
See also: New AASHE Resource: Campus Solar Photovoltaic Installations Database

13. Middlebury College to Create Solar Farm
Middlebury College (VT) has announced plans for a small solar farm consisting of 34 solar trackers that will produce enough electricity to power one of its residence halls. The system, slated for a spring installation, will also be used as an opportunity for student learning and research.

14. Princeton U Constructs 5.3 MW Solar Field
Princeton University (NJ) has started the installation of a new 5.3-megawatt solar photovoltaic panel field, to be completed by summer 2012. The university will host the field and lease the equipment from the project's funder and owner, Key Equipment Finance. After eight years, the university will have the option to purchase it at fair market value.

15. U Pennsylvania Debuts Energy-Efficient Ice Machines
The University of Pennsylvania has replaced two 1970s-era Zambonis with energy-efficient ice-resurfacing machines for its campus ice rink. The university also replaced a gasoline-powered ice edger with a zero-emissions model. With support from the Green Fund, the university plans to install a new water densification system this spring, designed to help reduce energy use in the arena.

16. Wilfrid Laurier U Launches Building Energy Dashboard
Wilfrid Laurier University (ON) has implemented a building dashboard system on campus to monitor energy consumption in real-time. The Lucid Design Group dashboard was funded by a $150,000 grant from the university president's Innovation Seed Fund.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus Building Energy Dashboards (AASHE Member Resource)

Funding

17. Kalamazoo College Awarded $23 M toward Social Justice Efforts
Kalamazoo College (MI) has received a $23 million grant for its Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership. The largest grant in the college's history will endow scholarships and internships for students, fellowships and professorships for faculty members, lectures and conferences, local and global partnerships, and residencies for social justice scholars and activists. The grant is from the same foundation that established the center three years ago.

18. U Illinois Chicago Approves Student Sustainability Fee
The University of Illinois at Chicago has approved a refundable $4.00 per semester sustainability fee for students. The fee was proposed by students to assist the university in aligning its operations and academics with the principles of sustainability. A student-led committee, supported by faculty and staff, will decide which student-driven initiatives receive funding through the initiative.
See also: AASHE Resource: Student Fees for Sustainability

19. U Washington Seattle Announces Sustainability Fund Awards
The University of Washington, Seattle has announced the latest round of Campus Sustainability Fund project winners. Collected through a quarterly $118 student fee, the $180,227 will be split between five projects including a new sustainability service learning coordinator student liaison, on-campus composting facility, parking lot bioswale, green wall and feasibility study for a student biodiesel campus cooperative.
See also: AASHE Resource: Student Fees for Sustainability

Public Engagement

20. Mount Wachusett CC Receives $2 M Donation for Civic Learning
Following a recent National Task Force for Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement report noting that community college students in particular benefit from civic learning, Mount Wachusett Community College (MA) has received a $2 million donation from an anonymous donor to establish a civic learning center, reports the American Association of Community Colleges' (AACC) Community College Times. The center will establish best practices; support programs, activities and community events that highlight the value of civic engagement and its relationship to healthy communities; and help fund awards for the college's students who show commitment and provide mentorship in areas of civic learning.

21. Central Lakes College Hosts Local Food Production Program
Central Lakes College (MN) has announced a new Local Food College program that will aid farmers in increasing the production of food in the region. The low-cost sessions include an overview of whole farm planning, fruit and vegetable production, and business planning. Participants will learn from practitioners and educators and share personal experiences with others who are part of the growing movement to build resilient local food systems.

22. Antioch U New England Student Pledge Addresses Food Insecurity
Students in the Net Impact chapter at Antioch University, New England (NH) have signed the Perpetual Food Pledge. Aiming to bring awareness to the fact that the number of people who experience food insecurity in New Hampshire has increased by 90 percent since 2006, the pledge states that a nonperishable food item to help feed the hungry will be purchased with every trip to the grocery store.

Research

23. Washington Universities Receive Solar Energy Research Grant
Professors at Western Washington University and the University of Washington have been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement to help fund a study to create more efficient solar panels. The team will research new ways to refine the technologies used in solar panels, as well as test less expensive and greener materials that can be used to achieve the same power generation as a standard solar cell.

Transportation

24. Portland State U Wins $3.5 M for Sustainable Transport Research
Portland State University (OR) has received $3.5 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation for sustainable transportation research and education. One of 63 applicants for 22 grants, the university will focus on research and education programs that improve health and safety for all users; increase the efficiency and understanding of cycling, walking and transit; make the best use of data, performance measures and analytical tools; integrate multimodal transportation with land use; and take long-term action on transportation emissions and climate change.

25. Austin CC Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Austin Community College (TX) has installed 18 electric car charging stations available to the campus community and the public as part of the ChargePoint America program. At $2 per hour-long charge, the college hopes the stations will help create a support network for environmentally friendly vehicles.

26. U Arizona Installs Bike Repair Stations
The University of Arizona has installed two self-serve bicycle repair stations on campus. Users are able to suspend their bikes and make minor adjustments using the 17 tools that are tethered to the unit.

27. U California Santa Barbara Opens Bike Repair Stations
The University of California, Santa Barbara has announced the installation of four bike repair stations on campus, with two more on the way. The stations, which feature a metal stand designed to suspend a bicycle for repairs and a variety of tools including wrenches, screwdrivers and an air pump, are free to the campus community.

New Resources

28. Inaugural Issue of RIT Journal of Environmental Sustainability
The Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) has launched the Journal for Environmental Sustainability, a new publication with editorial staff from around the globe and informational articles about current understandings and trends within the field of environmental sustainability. The journal includes a broad selection of theoretical papers, applied research, case studies and commentaries by professionals in the field of environmental management.

Opportunities

29. Call For Presentations: AASHE 2012 Conference
The call for presentations for the AASHE 2012 Conference and Student Summit, to be held in Los Angeles, opens February 21. Sign up to receive more information about the conference and call for presentations. A complete submitters packet with instructions and detailed walk-throughs will be available for download when the call for presentations opens. AASHE 2012 is slated for October 14-17.

30. Call for Abstract Reviewers: AASHE 2012 Conference
More than 250 volunteers are needed to help create a quality, timely and exciting AASHE 2012 Conference program. Each reviewer will be assigned 15 to 20 submissions and paired to sessions by topical focus. Sign up to receive more information about becoming a reviewer.

31. Pittsburgh Green Central Student Design Competition
The City of Pittsburgh invites higher education students in Pittsburgh to design Green Central, the city's first communications hub for sustainable information. Successful designs will include space dedicated to recycling pick-up and drop-off, three research computers, and displays for standard and electronic information including posters, brochures, event awareness, resource guides, photos and program applications. Students may compete individually or in groups of up to five. The winning design team will be awarded a $25,000 budget and a Kindle Fire for each member. The registration deadline for students is January 30. Contact PghGreenCntr@gmail.com for more information or to register.

32. Ithaca College Online Sustainability Leadership Certificate
Ithaca College's (NY) online professional certificate program offers practitioners the ability to credential their work as sustainability coordinators or advocates on college campuses and in other organizations across professions. With the option to register for a single course or a six-course certificate, participants will learn to assess their institution's green policies and practice, communicate sustainability initiatives and evaluate best practices. New classes begin 11 times each year. Each online class is 16 days long, but work can be completed anytime on any schedule. Next two session start dates: Jan. 26, 2012 and Feb. 23, 2012. Discounts are available to AASHE members. Next courses include "A Systems Approach to Sustainability" (LEED-certified for 15 GBCI CE hours), "The Sustainability Coordinator as Organizational Change Agent" and "How Green is Your Organization: Sustainable Policy and Practice."

Jobs & Internships

33. Director, Parking and Transportation Services, U New Mexico
The University of New Mexico is seeking candidates with a background in campus sustainability to serve as director of Parking and Transportation Services. This campus leader will develop and implement multi-modal strategies and programs in collaboration with university and local, regional and state partners to improve access to the university and attain its sustainability goals. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience developing and implementing a business model-driven budget of $6 million or more and possess strong leadership and organizational development skills.

34. Assistant Professor, Sustainability Science, Kean U
Kean University's (NJ) Center for Sustainability Studies seeks an assistant professor to teach courses in the undergraduate sustainability science program. Successful candidates will have a doctorate in sustainability science or an appropriate discipline with training in Earth systems sciences and/or human systems sciences. To apply, contact Dr. Nicholas J. Smith-Sebasto, Center for Sustainability Studies executive director, at nsmithse@kean.edu.

35. Sustainability Coordinator, North Central College
North Central College (IL) seeks a sustainability coordinator to develop and maintain a campus-wide sustainability plan including strategies, policies and programs. The coordinator will also assist with green product purchasing and the development a campus recycling program. Successful candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field. The review of applications will begin Jan. 31, 2012.

36. Sustainability Coordinator, Student Housing, U California Davis
Student Housing at the University of California, Davis seeks a sustainability coordinator to lead the development, implementation and management of its sustainability initiative. The coordinator will also provide billing analysis, reporting and benchmarking for Student Housing facilities respective to electricity, domestic water, steam, chilled water, natural gas and sewer. Successful candidates will have experience performing program analysis and evaluation of technical and non-technical operations.

37. Transportation Demand Mgmt Coordinator, Stanford U
Stanford University's (CA) Parking and Transportation Services is recruiting a new transportation demand management coordinator. This full-time position will be responsible for developing and implementing outreach communications to promote alternative transportation programs among university employees, students and visitors. The position supports the university's goal of increasing the use of alternative transportation at its campus and hospital sites, and reducing peak-hour trips through effective programs, communications and marketing. To apply, click on the title link above and search for job number: 45887.

38. Service Members, FoodCorps
Emerging food and agriculture leaders are invited to apply for FoodCorps, a national service organization in its second year that seeks to address childhood obesity by increasing vulnerable children’s knowledge of, engagement with, and access to healthy food. Service members build and tend school gardens, conduct nutrition education and facilitate Farm to School programming that brings healthy, affordable local food into public schools. Applications are due by March 25, 2012.

39. Interns, New Leaders Initiative, Earth Island Institute
The Earth Island Institute's New Leaders Initiative, which seeks to elevate bold, emerging young leaders in the environmental movement through the Brower Youth Awards and other year-round programs, invites applications for 2012 interns. Interns will be exposed to some of the leading grassroots and national youth-led efforts, and have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of working in an environmental nonprofit. Intern tasks vary seasonally according to the program cycle and include outreach and communications, application recruitment and processing, event planning, media outreach and soliciting donations and program partners.

Events

40. ACUPCC Southwest Regional Collaborative Symposium
March 1-2, 2012; Tempe, AZ
This American College & University Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) Regional Symposium is designed to foster collaboration among ACUPCC signatories who are facing similar challenges and opportunities in the Southwest region. Hosted by Arizona State University, the symposium will focus on making progress in a weak economy and addressing the unique needs of minority-serving and underserved institutions. Early bird registration ends Jan. 25, 2012.

41. Advancing Sustainability in Education and Research Symposium
Feb. 20, 2012; Melbourne, Australia
La Trobe University's (Australia) Institute for Social and Environmental Sustainability is hosting this sustainability symposium, designed to bring together a range of disciplines to consider the role education plays in addressing the long term viability of the economy, social order and the environment. The symposium will look at how evidence based research can create change and manage social and environmental impacts, and how education for sustainability can develop attitudes in future leaders and society to expedite change.

42. Community College Webinar: Creating Successful Job Placements in Green Jobs
Feb. 16, 2012; 1:00 p.m. Eastern; Online
Hosted by Johnson County Community College (KS), the February installment of the Community College Sustainability Webinar series will describe curricular and campus resources available to successfully engage in regional energy and sustainability policy efforts. Panelists from Efficiency First, U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development and the American Association of Community College's (AACC) SEED Center will discuss the industry needs and the policy actions educators and students can take to grow green jobs, and specific options and resources for effectively utilizing civic engagement in the classroom and community to build a more sustainable economy and create student successes.

43. EAUC 16th Annual Higher Education Sustainability Conference
March 27-29, 2012; United Kingdom
Inspired by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), which is working to make the London 2012 Games a showcase for sustainable development, the theme for this year's Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges' (EAUC) 16th Annual Conference is "Learning Legacy." Taking place at the University of York (UK), the conference will include workshops, exhibitions, networking and knowledge exchange opportunities that focus on sustainable development in the higher education sector. Keynote speaker Simon Wright, ODA director of utilities and infrastructure, will share ODA's journey toward an Olympic Park that reduces carbon emissions, optimizes energy efficiency and creates open space for biodiversity to flourish. The early bird registration deadline is Feb. 10, 2012.

44. Greening of the Campus IX: Building Pedagogy
March 18-21, 2012; Muncie, IN
Hosted by Ball State University (IN), this interdisciplinary conference will provide a platform for people representing diverse areas in university communities to share information on sustainability issues ranging from day-to-day management of physical plants to curriculum development. The conference will focus on common concerns for achieving environmental soundness through the safe and sane management of resources.

45. Responsible Endowments Coalition Effective Committees Workshop
March 2, 2012; Chicago, IL
Co-hosted by Loyola University Chicago, this Responsible Endowments Coalition annual event will cover best practices for committee composition and operations; strategies for working processes and effective dialogue with stakeholders; proxy voting issues; fund manager engagement strategies; and responsible investment trends. Higher education trustees, administrators, students and all members of committees on responsible investment who want to optimize the responsible management of their endowment portfolio are encouraged to attend this day of panels, presentations and networking opportunities. Early bird registration ends Feb. 1, 2012.

46. Security & Sustainability Forum Webinar: Climate Change and Public Health
Jan. 26, 2012; 1:15 p.m. Eastern; Online
The fourth in a complimentary Adaptation and National Security monthly webinar series from the Security and Sustainability Forum, this webinar will address the public health co-benefits of mitigation and adaptation to climate disruptions. In partnership with AASHE, "Climate Change and Public Health: Risks, Preparedness and Transformations" will feature a panel of international experts including the University of Wisconsin-Madison's director of global environmental health.

47. SEI Webinar: Green Revolving Funds - Accounting/Finance 101
Jan. 27, 2012; 2:30 p.m. Eastern; Online
The Sustainable Endowments Institute (SEI) is hosting this green revolving fund webinar in partnership with the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation. Attendees will hear from representatives from the California Institute of Technology, University of New Hampshire and Harvard University about the accounting and finance strategies used to manage their institution's funds.

48. 'On the Road to Zero Waste' National Higher Education Conference
March 18-21, 2012; East Lansing, MI
Michigan State University is hosting the 13th Annual University Surplus Property Association conference, themed “On the Road to Zero Waste.” Higher education surplus/reuse managers, operations personnel, waste reduction managers and sustainability directors/managers are encouraged to attend to find out about new trends in the industry and where there might be room for development and improvement. Participants will learn how to build a dynamic program that meets demands and supports ever-changing environmental trends, and learn how recycling programs can increase surplus sales. The early bird registration deadline is Feb. 15, 2012.

Campus Sustainability Discussion Forums Highlights

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49. How Do Campus Sustainability Efforts Influence a Student's College Choice?
I am wondering if anyone knows of any studies or recent research that has been completed on the impact of campus sustainability on the decision making process of undergrads (i.e. does campus sustainability have an impact on a student's undergraduate choice?) I am trying to justify putting in a solar thermal system that doesn't have a quick pay-back and I would like to be able to say that universities undertaking sustainable design and practices are valued by prospective students. Any resources or help would be most appreciated.

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