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Table of Contents for 2/7/2012:

NEWS
Affordability and Access 1. White House to Consult Higher Education on Affordability Policy
Buildings 2. U California San Diego Renovation Earns LEED-EBOM Gold
3. Kwantlen Polytechnic U Library Awarded LEED Gold
Climate 4. Maharishi U Management Reduces Carbon Count by 22%
Co-Curricular Education and Student Organizing 5. U North Carolina Chapel Hill Launches Social Innovation Incubator
Curriculum 6. Iowa State U Creates Sustainability Minor
Dining Services 7. College of St. Benedict Eliminates Dining Trays
Energy 8. U.S. Department of Energy Announces 2013 Solar Decathlon Teams
9. Virginia Tech Embarks on $5.3 M Energy Savings Project
10. U Chicago Announces Campus-wide Energy Efficiency Upgrades
11. Cornell U Contest Saves $230K in Energy Use
12. Portland CC Announces New Solar Array
13. Southern Adventist U Plans Solar Panel Installation
14. U Kentucky Releases Campus Energy Dashboard
Funding 15. New York U Announces 2012 Green Grant Winners
16. Southern Illinois U Carbondale Announces Green Fee Projects
Grounds 17. Utah State U to 'Green' Landscaping with Carbon Offset Fund
Public Engagement 18. Carleton College Partners with Community for Art Center
19. Virginia Commonwealth U Plans New Community Garden
20. U Colorado Boulder Leads in Peace Corps Volunteers
Research 21. U.S. Dept. of Energy Announces $10 M toward Solar Energy Research
Transportation 22. Vanderbilt U Partners with Students for Bike Sharing Program
23. Walsh College Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
24. Rhode Island College Introduces Car Sharing Program
25. SUNY Cortland Debuts Eco-Friendly Buses
Waste 26. Arizona State U Announces 'Zero Solid Waste' Goal by 2015
27. U Vermont Bans Bottled Water, Mandates Healthy Vending Options
28. St. John Fisher College Installs Water Bottle Refilling Stations
29. Students Spearhead Hydration Station Installation at Rice U

NEW RESOURCES
30. AASHE's 'Higher Education Occupation' Project
31. AASHE Campus Sustainability Data Collector

OPPORTUNITIES
32. Call For Presentations: AASHE 2012 Conference
33. Textbook Reviewers Needed: Help Educate for a Sustainable Future
34. Sustainable Farming, Local Food Systems Summer Practicum
35. Call for Entries: Higher Education Recycling Bin Grant Program
36. Student Opportunity: Join the 'CliMates' International Think Tank
37. Ithaca College Online Sustainability Leadership Certificate
38. Philadelphia Student Opportunity: Social Business Leader Program

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
39. Web Application Developer, AASHE
40. President, Sterling College
41. Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Bryn Mawr College
42. Professor, Institute for Sustainable Practice, Lipscomb U
43. Professor, Sustainable Community Development, Northland College
44. Recycling Specialist, Georgia State University
45. Sustainability Fellow, College of Saint Benedict

EVENTS
46. Academic Impressions Webinar: Creating a Bike-Friendly Campus Culture
47. BuildingEnergy Conference and Trade Show
48. Student Initiatives in Sustainable Agriculture Conference

CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY DISCUSSION FORUMS HIGHLIGHTS
49. The Holy Grail of Farm to School to Farm

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News

Affordability and Access

1. White House to Consult Higher Education on Affordability Policy
The Obama administration will consult independent colleges while developing the president's proposed financial aid overhaul, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education. Noting that two external barriers to affordability include decreased state appropriations for higher education and the pressure that college leaders face to spend on new facilities that make their institutions more attractive to potential students, the administration says it will engage in an "honest and open dialogue" with the entire higher education community.

Buildings

2. U California San Diego Renovation Earns LEED-EBOM Gold
The University of California, San Diego’s Supercomputer Center has achieved LEED Gold certification in the Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance category. The renovated includes the increased use of natural day lighting, a comprehensive recycling program, low-flow plumbing fixtures, and environmentally responsible cleaning and landscape maintenance programs.

3. Kwantlen Polytechnic U Library Awarded LEED Gold
Kwantlen Polytechnic University's (BC) Coast Capital Library has received LEED Gold certification. Featuring natural ventilation, the building consumes 65 percent less energy compared to the model National Building Code and more than 40 percent of construction materials were sourced locally.
See also: AASHE Resource: Green Libraries on Campus (AASHE Member Resource)

Climate

4. Maharishi U Management Reduces Carbon Count by 22%
With the help of energy efficiency measures including fixing gas leaks, replacing boilers with more efficient models and more efficient lighting, the Maharishi University of Management (IA) has reduced its carbon count by about 22 percent over the past three years. Stationary combustion (such as natural gas appliances) has been reduced by 23 percent; mobile combustion by 35 percent; and electricity usage by 22 percent.

Co-Curricular Education and Student Organizing

5. U North Carolina Chapel Hill Launches Social Innovation Incubator
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has launched a pilot Social Innovation Incubator program. Supporting the Innovate@Carolina Roadmap, the university’s plan to help North Carolina become a leader in launching university-born ideas for the good of society, the program will provide student teams with organizational resources to build their social ventures.

Curriculum

6. Iowa State U Creates Sustainability Minor
Iowa State University has launched a new minor in sustainability. The program includes two core classes with elective courses in many different majors including agronomy, food science and English.
See also: AASHE Resource: Minors in Sustainability

Dining Services

7. College of St. Benedict Eliminates Dining Trays
The College of Saint Benedict (MN) has eliminated trays at its buffet-style cafeteria with the aim of reducing water use and food waste. An estimated 3,000 trays will no longer need to be washed every day.
See also: AASHE Resource: Sustainable Dining Initiatives on Campus (AASHE Member Resource)

Energy

8. U.S. Department of Energy Announces 2013 Solar Decathlon Teams
The U.S. Department of Energy has named 20 collegiate teams from around the world that will compete in the Energy Solar Decathlon 2013, slated to take place in Irvine, Calif. Competing in 10 categories ranging from architecture to energy production, the teams will build solar-powered, highly energy-efficient homes that combine affordability, consumer appeal and design excellence. The University of Maryland took the top honor during the Solar Decathlon 2011.
See also: Follow the 2013 Solar Decathlon Progress on Facebook

9. Virginia Tech Embarks on $5.3 M Energy Savings Project
Virginia Tech has partnered with Pepco Energy, Inc. to implement a comprehensive energy savings performance contract project. The company will install more than $5.3 million in new energy conservation measures for five buildings on campus. The improved energy infrastructure is expected to reduce energy consumption by more than 10 percent in each building for a savings of more than $8.4 million over the 11-year performance period.

10. U Chicago Announces Campus-wide Energy Efficiency Upgrades
The University of Chicago (IL) has announced an enhanced focus on campus-wide energy efficiency upgrades in 2012. Lighting changes and adjustments to heating and cooling systems are underway in several campus buildings and a total of 16 buildings will be retro-commissioned. An additional 19 buildings are in line for energy efficiency upgrades immediately afterwards. A $2.5 million grant is helping fund the projects.

11. Cornell U Contest Saves $230K in Energy Use
A yearlong competition in Cornell University's (NY) College of Agriculture and Life Sciences department, sponsored by the department's Green Initiative and the university’s Office of Energy and Sustainability, has saved approximately $230,000 by reducing an estimated 2 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions in six buildings. Several students were responsible for identifying areas in which buildings could conserve energy or become more efficient.

12. Portland CC Announces New Solar Array
Portland Community College (OR) has announced plans to install a large ground-mounted solar array at its Rock Creek Campus. The 35,000-square-foot array is expected to provide 60 percent of the energy needs of a 72,000-square-foot campus building. The array will be built in partnership with the Energy Trust of Oregon, SolarCity, SolarWorld and the Oregon Department of Energy. The college is prepaying $830,000 for 20 years of solar energy under a power purchase agreement with SolarCity.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus Solar Photovoltaic Installations

13. Southern Adventist U Plans Solar Panel Installation
Southern Adventist University (TN) has announced plans to install 806 solar panels atop its Plant Services warehouse. The electricity generated will be directed into the campus’ main power grid and is expected to provide approximately 3 percent of the university’s total power consumption. The project was initiated last year by the campus’ Students in Free Enterprise chapter.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus Solar Photovoltaic Installations

14. U Kentucky Releases Campus Energy Dashboard
The University of Kentucky has released an interactive, educational resource featuring a web-based, real-time campus energy dashboard that measures energy consumption in residence halls, classrooms and labs, as well as offices and public spaces. The Empowered dashboard is accessible through touch-screen kiosks located around campus, a public website and a mobile version for smartphones and tablets.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus Building Energy Dashboards (AASHE Member Resource)

Funding

15. New York U Announces 2012 Green Grant Winners
New York University's Sustainability Task Force has announced eight 2012 Green Grant projects proposed by students, faculty and staff. Projects include seed funding for a student food co-op; student-led composting collection for academic spaces and events; a LEED evaluation study for the university's existing building stock; a "meatless Mondays" campaign exploring relationships between food and climate change; and a series of solar-powered kinetic sculptures that resemble flowers and biomimetically open and close their petals. Since its establishment in 2007, the Green Grant program has awarded nearly $400,000 to a total of 61 projects.
See also: AASHE Resource: Funding Mechanisms for Campus Sustainability

16. Southern Illinois U Carbondale Announces Green Fee Projects
Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s Sustainability Council has announced nearly $29,000 in awards for campus sustainability projects including the creation of a climate action plan; the compilation of sustainability curriculum and research; recycled art workshops; and an environmental ambassador award. The funding comes from a $10 per semester student green fee.
See also: AASHE Resource: Student Fees for Sustainability

Grounds

17. Utah State U to 'Green' Landscaping with Carbon Offset Fund
Faculty and staff at Utah State University now have the opportunity to contribute to the university's Carbon Offset Travel Fund to help mitigate the impact of their university-related travel. The funds collected will be used to help make campus landscaping operations more sustainable.
See also: AASHE Resource: Sustainable Landscaping on Campus

Public Engagement

18. Carleton College Partners with Community for Art Center
Carleton College (MN) partnered with the local school system to turn a "much-loved" school building into the Weitz Center for Creativity, reports a recent Chronicle of Higher Education article. The $40 million renovation and expansion of the building has resulted in a new space for the community and "allowed the college to fulfill a long-held goal of expanding its arts facilities." In addition to connecting the college and the community through performances offered there, the building features creative reuses including old gym bleachers that now act as cladding for elevator shafts.

19. Virginia Commonwealth U Plans New Community Garden
Virginia Commonwealth University's Green Unity Club has started construction on a new community garden on campus. With space for 26 separate plots, the garden will host workshops for beginning gardeners and all of the produce grown will be donated to local food banks.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus and Campus-Community Gardens (AASHE Member Resource)

20. U Colorado Boulder Leads in Peace Corps Volunteers
With 112 undergraduate alumni serving around the world, the Peace Corps has named the University of Colorado Boulder as No. 1 in the nation for graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers for the second year in a row. The university ranks No. 5 on the all-time list of Peace Corps volunteers with 2,317 total alumni.

Research

21. U.S. Dept. of Energy Announces $10 M toward Solar Energy Research
As part of its SunShot Initiative, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced initiatives to drive transformational research in solar energy by engaging U.S. institutions. To advance promising utility-scale solar energy technologies, DOE will make up to $10 million available to support the development of more efficient heat transfer fluids to reduce the cost of energy from concentrating solar power systems. DOE has also opened the second round of SunShot Initiative postdoctoral research awards for applied research at institutions and other research facilities.

Transportation

22. Vanderbilt U Partners with Students for Bike Sharing Program
Vanderbilt University (TN) has announced that re{cycle}, the winner of its Vanderbilt Ventures Competition, will receive start-up money, compensation, support and resources from the Dean of Students office to launch a campus bike sharing program. The student-run company will offer access to daily bicycle rentals for $10 a day to undergraduate students at the university.
See also: AASHE Resource: Bicycle Share Programs on Campus (AASHE Member Resource)

23. Walsh College Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Walsh College (MI) has installed three car charging stations on campus with plans for additional stations if there is a demand. A $20,000 grant from the Department of Energy helped offset the project cost.

24. Rhode Island College Introduces Car Sharing Program
Rhode Island College has partnered with Zipcar, Inc. to launch a campus car sharing program for students, faculty and staff. Offering two cars to start, the college aims to reduce traffic congestion and vehicle emissions on campus.
See also: AASHE Resource: Car Sharing on Campus (AASHE Member Resource)

25. SUNY Cortland Debuts Eco-Friendly Buses
State University of New York at Cortland has purchased a new fleet of environmentally friendly buses that use cleaner fuel. Featuring messages to increase climate issue awareness among the campus community, the propane-fueled vehicles are part of the university's Climate Action Plan toward carbon neutrality by 2050.

Waste

26. Arizona State U Announces 'Zero Solid Waste' Goal by 2015
Arizona State University has announced a new "Roadmap to Zero Solid Waste" collaboration with Waste Management of Arizona. The three-phase program aims to eliminate at least 90 percent of the university’s solid waste on all four campuses by 2015. Waste Management is working to assess the university’s complete waste collection process, waste generation and material conveyance, and will provide guidance and direction throughout the roadmap development process.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus Recycling and Waste Minimization Policies (AASHE Member Resource)

27. U Vermont Bans Bottled Water, Mandates Healthy Vending Options
Spearheaded by the student-run Vermont Student Environmental Program, the University of Vermont has announced plans to eliminate the sale of bottled water and introduced a mandate that one-third of drinks offered in vending machines be healthy options. The sale of bottled water in the university’s 57 vending machines and retail outlets will end in January 2013, allowing time for the university to retrofit drinking fountains across campus and for the affected campus departments to make adjustments.
See also: AASHE Resource: Campus-wide Bottled Water Bans (AASHE Member Resource)
See also: AASHE Resource: Student Campaigns to Ban Bottled Water (AASHE Member Resource)

28. St. John Fisher College Installs Water Bottle Refilling Stations
St. John Fisher College's (NY) Recycling and Sustainability Committee has installed several water bottle filling stations on campus, funded by PepsiCo, Inc. as part of their contract with the college to support sustainability efforts. The college plans to purchase additional stations next year.
See also: AASHE Resource: Bottled Water Elimination and Reduction Efforts

29. Students Spearhead Hydration Station Installation at Rice U
Rice University (TX) has installed a student-initiated campus water station designed for filling reusable water bottles. The project, which was funded by Rice Endowment for Sustainable Energy Technology, originated in an “Environmental Issues: Rice Into the Future” course, which uses the campus as a lab for learning about sustainability.
See also: AASHE Resource: Bottled Water Elimination and Reduction Efforts

New Resources

30. AASHE's 'Higher Education Occupation' Project
The voices of students, faculty, staff and administrators across the country are featured in AASHE's new "Higher Education Occupation" project. To help better understand the motivations of the Occupy Movement, AASHE asked the higher education community: "What does the Occupy Movement mean to you in the context of higher education sustainability?" Here are their answers.

For those that didn't have a chance to share their voice on this topic, it's not too late! AASHE will include the Higher Education Occupation project in its upcoming 2011 Higher Education Sustainability Review. AASHE welcomes entries through March 15.
See also: Submit Your Voice to the 'Higher Education Occupation' Project

31. AASHE Campus Sustainability Data Collector
As announced in January, AASHE has created a new Campus Sustainability Data Collector (CSDC) that eliminates the need for institutions to complete four separate surveys by collecting all campus sustainability data in one place. The CSDC, now available on AASHE's Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) website, allows any higher education institution to report sustainability data and share it with The Princeton Review, Sierra magazine and the Sustainable Endowments Institute.

Opportunities

32. 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.

33. Textbook Reviewers Needed: Help Educate for a Sustainable Future
AASHE is supporting partner organization DANS (Disciplinary Associations' Network for Sustainability) and the Mobilizing Disciplinary Societies on Behalf of our Students and our Planet initiative to answer the demand from educators and students for sustainability-related materials in all disciplines. Major textbook publishers Cengage and McGraw-Hill are currently looking for reviewers who can suggest ideas about how to educate for a sustainable future. These ideas will be used as examples and themes in textbook revisions by the publishers. Anyone involved in education for a sustainable future - in any academic discipline - interested in this opportunity can email their contact information to EducationForASustainableFuture@gmail.com (include contact's discipline in the subject line) and they will receive a follow up email with more details. Reviewers will receive remuneration for their work.

34. Sustainable Farming, Local Food Systems Summer Practicum
In cooperation with the environmental studies program at Tompkins Cortland Community College (NY), the Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming will offer a summer practicum in sustainable farming and local food systems. Held May 31-June 26, 2012, participants will explore issues affecting social justice and sustainability of agriculture and food systems through readings, discussion, lectures, field trips, labs and immersion in the actual work of operating a sustainable small farm. The practicum is designed for students from any discipline or non-students who are interested in learning more about sustainable agriculture, local food systems and small-scale farming.

35. Call for Entries: Higher Education Recycling Bin Grant Program
The Coca-Cola Company and Keep America Beautiful invite entries for the newly expanded 2012 Coca-Cola Recycling Bin Grant Program, which now includes a grant specifically for higher education recycling programs. Applications will be accepted through March 2, 2012.

36. Student Opportunity: Join the 'CliMates' International Think Tank
Students looking to expand their knowledge of climate issues are invited to join the CliMates international student think tank. With the goal of researching, debating and finding innovative solutions to climate destabilization, members interact online and will meet for the first CliMates conference in fall 2012. Created in 2011 by 30 Parisian students, CliMates aims to form delegations around the world including the U.S. and Canada. Professors and scholars can also join the project as associated experts, reviewing the work of the delegations.

37. 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: Feb. 23, 2012 and March 22, 2012. Discounts are available to AASHE members. Next courses include "How Green is Your Organization: Sustainable Policy and Practice" and "How Green is Your Organization: Sustainable Infrastructure."

38. Philadelphia Student Opportunity: Social Business Leader Program
Ocean friendly retailer United By Blue has launched an on-campus opportunity for Philadelphia-area college students for the spring 2012 semester. Through its Campus Crew program, students will learn about running a sustainably minded business with the chance to participate in a brand design competition. The program will be offered nationwide in fall 2012.

Jobs & Internships

39. Web Application Developer, AASHE
AASHE is accepting applications for a full-time web application developer. This position will build web-based software that helps AASHE’s members, colleges and universities to collaborate, share information and measure progress toward sustainability goals. Successful candidates will a have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, information sciences or similar curriculum with a software development emphasis and three years of combined relevant post-secondary education or work experience. This position will be based out of a home office in Pennsylvania, Ohio or North Carolina. The review of applications begins Feb. 15, 2012.

40. President, Sterling College
Sterling College (VT), which focuses on environmental studies with an emphasis on agriculture and food systems, is seeking a president that values strong community, sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship. Successful candidates will have a noteworthy record of leadership demonstrating energy, vision and effectiveness; and demonstrate solid achievements in higher education administration. Applications will be accepted through March 1, 2012.

41. Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr College (PA) seeks a director of diversity, social justice and inclusion. The director will be responsible for building significant engagement with students, staff and faculty around issues of diversity, social justice and inclusiveness. Additional responsibilities include providing administrative support to the Social Justice Partnership Program, maintaining communication through a website, and promoting events. Successful candidates will have a master’s degree and a minimum of three years of direct experience working in a college setting. The review of applications will begin Feb. 13, 2012.

42. Professor, Institute for Sustainable Practice, Lipscomb U
Lipscomb University‘s (TN) Institute for Sustainable Practice seeks a full-time, tenure-track professor. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the fundamentals of sustainability, advising capstones and developing new courses as needed. Successful candidates will be sustainability generalists and willing to teach a variety of courses. A Ph.D. in a related field is required.

43. Professor, Sustainable Community Development, Northland College
Northland College (WI) seeks an assistant professor of sustainable community development. The full-time, tenure-track position will contribute to the college’s Connections Liberal Education Curriculum initiative. The successful candidate should have teaching experience at the college level and an active research program that engages students in community development issues. A Ph.D. in community development, public policy or related field is required.

44. Recycling Specialist, Georgia State University
Georgia State University seeks a recycling specialist to support and monitor its recycling programs and educate the public. The position will support the director of Building Services with waste reduction through recycling programs and other projects that promote waste reduction and reuse on campus. Preference will be given to candidates with knowledge of recycling systems, markets and operations.

45. Sustainability Fellow, College of Saint Benedict
The College of Saint Benedict (MN) seeks a sustainability fellow to assist the Office of Sustainability with advancing campus sustainability goals. Specific responsibilities may include the improvement of greenhouse gas inventory data collection and STARS; managing student-targeted initiatives; website updates; and outreach to the local community as well as internationally. Successful candidates will have a bachelor's degree and basic understanding of the three pillars of sustainability with the desire to increase skills and knowledge of campus sustainability through on-the-job training.

Events

46. Academic Impressions Webinar: Creating a Bike-Friendly Campus Culture
June 6, 2012; 1:00 p.m. Eastern; Online
Best for those institutions that are still in the foundational stages of developing a campus-wide alternative transportation strategy, this Academic Impressions webinar will take a step-by-step approach to creating a bike-friendly culture on any campus using Duke University (NC) as an example. Supported by AASHE, this event will start with basic initiatives including bike racks, bike storage rooms and bike maps, and move into deeper investments like developing effective town/gown relationships.

47. BuildingEnergy Conference and Trade Show
March 6-8, 2012; Boston, MA
This year's BuildingEnergy Conference and Trade Show will feature a track that focuses on sustainability in higher education green building. Organized by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, the event brings the green building sector together for learning and networking.

48. Student Initiatives in Sustainable Agriculture Conference
March 31-April 1, 2012 ; Appleton, WI
For current and recent higher education students dedicated to sustainable gardening and farming initiatives, this national conference aims to promote the growth of student-run sustainable agriculture projects and encourage continued involvement after college. The event will feature presentations and workshops from students, farmers and entrepreneurs including a keynote address by agricultural agronomist John Ikerd.

Campus Sustainability Discussion Forums Highlights

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49. The Holy Grail of Farm to School to Farm
To me the holy grail of farm to school programs was the synergy between those and the food composting program. Kept looking for opportunities to conjoin the two into a single closed-loop farm to school to farm program in which the food came from local farms to the school and the food waste went back to local farms for on-farm composting. I got close a couple times (kind of an extended loop) with schools that had good farm to school programs and sent their food back to other local farmers for on-farm composting. The on-farm composters were not our food suppliers but in some cases did sell finished compost to other local farms, including sometimes to some of our local food suppliers. Wondering if anyone has managed to get this the extra step further into a single closed-loop farm to school to farm program?

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