Waste repurposed to create 'Plastic Impact' on the Quad February 28, 2013
Students in the "Plastic Impact" workshop spent the weekend of Feb. 22-24 designing and constructing an installation on the Quad using waste pastics to draw attention to the problem of plastics in the ocean.
Registration open for one-credit sustainability workshops Updated February 7, 2013 January 14, 2013
Here are some great interdisciplinary opportunities to tap into your creative side while exploring various sustainability principals. These hands-on workshops are open to students from all majors. But space is limited, so don't ponder too long!
What's on your plate? A food action workshop happening Nov. 13 & 16 October 26, 2012
Earn one additional credit this semester and take action on critical local issues like food justice, food waste or the environmental or health impacts of food choices. Work with local experts and students across the disciplines to make a difference and discover the foodie in you.
Fall projects and events focused on food October 26, 2012
As we head into Thanksgiving, what better way to gear up for the holiday season than to take a closer look at the centerpiece of most festive gatherings: food. Check out all of the food-related SU Showcase projects happening on campus this fall.
A look back at SU Showcase for Sustainability | April 18, 2012
Insights on the future of a green economy celebrated at SU Showcase 2012 April 27, 2012
SU Showcase for Sustainability 2012 splashed-down on April 18 in Schine Student Center, drawing approximately 850 attendees throughout the day. With a more narrowed focus this year, the event celebrated the future of a green economy across the energy, entertainment and plastics industries.
SU Showcase '11 engages campus with sustainable student projects May 9, 2011 A giant, snaking cardboard display wall erected in the Schine Student Center's third floor Panasci Lounge provided the backdrop for the SU Showcase 2011 green museum on May 2. This striking focal point framed the many student Showcase posters and displays while also creating an inviting, organic atmosphere that drew visitors in and prompted them to explore the diverse projects.