Events

Sustainability events are happening year-round at UofL! Don't miss out!
DateEvent
Jan. 13-20, 20172017 Martin Luther King Week
January 13 - 20, 2017. Upcoming events include:
  • Jan. 18 – Women in the Movement Discussion - a talk by Kaila Story, an associate professor of women’s and gender studies. Story’s noon to 1:30 p.m. discussion at the Cultural Center is about women’s roles in the civil rights movement.  
  • Jan. 19 – “ Children of the Civil Rights - a documentary about a group of Oklahoma children and their six-year struggle against oppression prior to the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Discussion follows. Film begins at 6 p.m., Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library.
  • Jan. 20 – Lunch and MLK Dream Wall signing - noon to 2 p.m., Cultural Center. People can share messages of unity, love, inspiration and equality as MLK Week concludes.
Jan. 18, 2017Free Cooking Class
Wednesday, Jan. 18th, 1pm at the Phoenix House (next to Ernst Hall)
Learning to cook is an essential life skill for sustainable living. You simply cannot consistently eat local, stay healthy, save money, or minimize waste if you don't know how to cook. The Student Parent Association is collaborating with the Office of Health Promotion to offer this FREE, hands-on cooking class open to all students! Contact the Women's Center for more details at (502) 852-8976.
Jan. 20, 2017Sustainability Roundtable: Social Justice Consortium faculty fellowships
Friday, Jan. 20th, 11am-noon, Life Sciences Room 135
Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! The format is a 30-40 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! To kick-off the Spring 2017 series, we'll hear from Dr. Cate Fosl, Director of UofL's Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research & Professor of Women's and Gender Studies/Associate in History, on “Social Justice Consortium faculty fellowships.” Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
Jan. 20, 2017Eco-RepsEcoReps Lunch & Learn: Food Recovery Networks
Friday, Jan. 20th at Noon, Ekstrom W210
Join us for our monthly EcoReps Lunch & Learn workshop featuring a free vegetarian lunch and locals making a difference in sustainability! This month, we'll be learning about the Food Recovery Network, a national movement of students organizing campus chapters to rescue excess prepared foods from campus to help feed the needy. Bellarmine University recently launched the first Food Recovery Network in Kentucky and they'll be sharing with us their experience and inspiring us to launch a new chapter at UofL!
The Sustainability Council’s EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and leadership positions as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This spring we'll continue our series of in-person workshops each month on third Fridays at noon in Ekstrom Library room W210. Join us for lunch and bring your reusable plate, utensils, and cup to minimize waste! All are welcome. More info on EcoReps website.
Through Jan. 20, 2017Winter Warm Up - Coat Drive for Refugees3mdn49bd3l9xs2t_710
January 9th - 20th. Drop off at SAC W310 or Kurz Lobby
Don't throw away your old coats this winter! Instead donate them to refugees in need. The Engage Lead Serve Board is hosting a coat drive to benefit Kentucky Refugee Ministries. The coats will go directly to KRM to distribute to participants who need them. Coats are more expensive than other pieces of clothing, and many refugees resettling in Louisville do not have much experience with winter prior to living here. Drop off locations: Student Involvement Office (Student Activities Center, Room W310) or Kurz Hall lobby. Contact Peggy Schnell at global@uoflelsb.org if you have any questions!
SundaysUofL Community CompostingUofL Community Composting Volunteer Day
Every Sunday, Noon-2pm, 250 E. Bloom St. (one block north of Cardinal Blvd. between Brook & Floyd Streets - map here)
Come help us turn “trash” into treasure as we manage UofL’s volunteer-powered community composting operation. Dress to get dirty. Tools provided. Learn about worm composting and becoming a UofL EcoRep! All participants will be welcome to haul back home some rich UofL compost for their own gardening projects in whatever containers/vehicles they bring. This is a weekly service opportunity throughout the year. Contact: Brian Barnes, 502-338-1338.
Mondays, Jan. 16 - Apr. 24, 2017
Garden Commons 2011 ExpansionGarden Commons Workdays
Mondays, Jan. 16th - Apr. 24th, 1-2pm, Garden Commons at the Cultural Center
Join us in UofL's organic garden for our group workdays! Learn (by doing) how to grow vegetables all year-round in our greenhouse, aquaponics system, and outdoor beds! Anyone can work in the garden any time, but we'll gather together every Monday at 1pm from Jan. 16th to Apr. 24th. No prior experience necessary. Tools & gloves provided. The Garden Commons is open to participation any time from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to share in the harvest! Connect with us and get all the details on our Facebook Page.
Wednesdays Jan. 25 - Apr. 19, 2017
UofL Free Store logoUofL Free Store
Wednesdays, 11am-2pm, Unitas Tower basement
The UofL Free Store will be open Wednesdays from 11am-2pm throughout Spring 2017 (1/25 to 4/19 except Spring Break 3/15). All students, faculty & staff are welcome to "shop" for free clothing, shoes, electronics, small appliances, household items, bath & beauty supplies, books, school & art supplies, non-perishable food, and more. Clean donated items of all kinds are always welcome and can now be dropped off any time in the red bins outside the Store! The Free Store is intended to keep useful items out of the landfill and to aid the needy. It is a volunteer-powered initiative of the student environmental organization, Group Recycling And Sustainable Solutions (GRASS), with the support of UofL's Sustainability Council. UofL promotes an inclusive environment for all, regardless of gender identity and/or gender expression. The Free Store is a Transgender-Friendly space. We need your help to keep the store open! To volunteer, email austin.putty@louisville.edu.
Jan. 26, 2017Bike Maintenance Workshop
Thursday, Jan. 26th, 4:30-6:30pm, Humanities Quad
ELSB Green Initiatives and the UofL Cycling team are partnering together to host a free, drop-in bike maintenance workshop for the UofL community. Bring you bike for some free bike maintenance by members of the cycling team, get commuting tips, enter free raffles, and try your hand at our trivia questions about safe biking practices. Our goal is to promote biking as a viable commuting option.
Feb. 3, 2017Sustainability Roundtable: Can Renewable Energy and Electric Cars Save the Earth?
Friday, Feb. 3rd, 11am-noon, Life Sciences Room 135
Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! The format is a 30-40 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! On February 3rd, we'll hear from UofL alum Tim Darst, Executive Director Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light, "Can Renewable Energy and Electric Cars Save the Earth?” Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
Feb. 5 to Apr. 1, 2017Ecolympics LogoEcolympics 2017
Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet!
  • Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room - DJ, prizes, sustainability quiz bowl, informational booths, electronic waste recycling & more!

RecycleMania! - February 5th to April 1st, 2017
A friendly annual competition among North American universities. During this 8 week period, UofL will compete to reduce waste, increase recycling & composting, and raise conservation awareness across all three campuses! Keep up with the Cards progress at the RecycleMania website.

  • RecycleMania!Help the Cards to victory by avoiding disposables (bring your own mug, bottle, plate, etc.) and fully utilizing UofL’s amazingly easy, single-stream recycling system that lets you recycle everything in the same bin, everywhere on campus: all types of plastic, paper, cardboard, metal, and glass! Details on what you can recycle at UofL here.
  • New for 2017: We're now collecting food wastes for composting from all Campus Housing locations and adding those numbers to UofL's organics recycling totals! Look for a compost collection bin in your residence hall's common kitchen or trash room, and add your organic wastes to our totals! Please no animal/dairy products or liquids, but otherwise, if it came from a plant, we want to compost it: fruit & vegetable wastes/peels/rinds/seeds, bread, pasta, rice, tea bags, coffee grounds/filters, even paper products (tissues, towels, napkins, plates, cups, newspaper, etc.).
    >> To raise awareness about food waste and composting, UofL Dining will host Weigh The Waste events during lunch at the Ville Grill on February 16th, March 9th, and April 20th.
  • New for 2017: We'll be competing in the E-waste Recycling category, and offering a collection of electronic wastes for recycling Feb. 13th 8:30am-3pm at the SAC Multipurpose Room. We can recycle any electronic consumer items, including: all computers, monitors, televisions, printers, copiers, scanners, servers, networking equipment, fax machines, telephones and cellphones, RAM/memory, hard drives, battery backups, and peripherals such as keyboards, mice, speakers, AC adapters, and mixed computer cables/wires. Please make sure your data has been wiped from your device before recycling.
Campus Conservation Nationals - Feb. 13 to March 5, 2017

 Live on campus? Win with conservation! UofL residence halls will compete amongst each other and battle together against campuses across the country to see who can reduce electricity use the most over three weeks. All you have to do is stop wasting energy! Turn off lights/TVs/computers; unplug anything you're not actively using; skip the elevator for the stairs; close windows tightly; dry clothes on a rack/line; take quick showers or shower with solar power at the SRC; etc.

  • Make a personal commitment to reduce and keep track of each hall's progress with UofL's Building Dashboard! Click on the links below to see how much electricity your hall is using and to make a commitment to conserve!

  1. Bettie Johnson HallJoin The National Day Of Unplugging – March 3-4 2017
  2. Billy Minardi Hall
  3. Community Park (real-time!)
  4. Kurz Hall (real-time!)
  5. Louisville Hall (real-time!)
  6. Miller Hall
  7. Threlkeld Hall
  8. Unitas Hall (real-time!)
  9. University Tower Apartments (UTA)
Prizes:
  • The UofL residence hall which cuts electricity use the most will win a specially catered dinner and a Green Renovation project for the hall!
  • Individual prizes will be given out to residents who take steps to reduce their footprint! The greenest resident of 2017 will win a $400 bike shopping spree! To be in the running for prizes, you must post photos of yourself taking action! Simply post your photos to social media using the hashtag #ULecolympics2017 and tag @uoflsustainable
Feb. 13, 2017

Ecolympics LogoEcolympics Kick-off Party!
Monday, Feb. 13th, 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room
Campus Housing & UofL's Sustainability Council are throwing a party to launch Ecolympics 2017 - Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Join us over lunch with a DJ, informational booths, Sustainability Quiz Bowl, prizes, e-waste recycling & more! Learn what you can do to make a difference and help your residence hall win the competition.

E-waste Recycling Collection
Feb. 13th 8:30am-3pm at the SAC Multipurpose Room
UofL will be offering a collection of electronic wastes for recycling throughout the day. We can recycle any electronic consumer items, including: all computers, monitors, televisions, printers, copiers, scanners, servers, networking equipment, fax machines, telephones and cellphones, RAM/memory, hard drives, battery backups, and peripherals such as keyboards, mice, speakers, AC adapters, and mixed computer cables/wires. Please make sure your data has been wiped from your device before recycling.

Feb. 17, 2017Sustainability Roundtable
Friday, Feb. 17th, 11am-noon, Life Sciences Room 135
Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! The format is a 30-40 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
Feb. 17, 2017EcoReps Lunch & Learn: Energy Conservation Strategies
Friday, Feb. 17th at Noon, Ekstrom W210
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Join us for our monthly EcoReps Lunch & Learn workshop featuring a free vegetarian lunch and locals making a difference in sustainability!
The Sustainability Council’s EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and leadership positions as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This spring we'll continue our series of in-person workshops each month on third Fridays at noon in Ekstrom Library room W210. Join us for lunch and bring your reusable plate, utensils, and cup to minimize waste! All are welcome. More info on EcoReps website.
Feb. 20, 2017Fair Trade Coffee Tasting
Monday, Feb. 20th

In celebration of the UN's World Day of Social Justice, UofL Dining will be hosting a special Fair Trade Coffee Tasting, featuring the righteously delicious, ethically-sourced coffee available at various venues on campus. Come sample the goodness and learn what Fair Trade is and why it matters to impoverished farmers and to the environment that sustains us all! Full details TBA.
Through Feb. 24, 2017Unseen: Visualizing Ecological SystemsUnseen: Visualizing Ecological Systems
Jan. 12th - Feb. 24th, 9am-4:30pm weekdays / 1-5pm weekends
Schneider Hall, Belknap Gallery
UofL's Hite Art Institute presents an exhibition curated by critical and curatorial studies master’s candidate Madison Sevilla. “Unseen” features sculptures and drawings by Stephen Cartwright and Shohei Katayama that explore the intersections between art and ecology. Cartwright’s data visualization sculptures function as self-portraits created through detailed documentation of his life and routines. Katayama’s work is ecologically aware, and he utilizes his drawings and sculptures as a catalyst for environmental conversations. His work examines the underlying patterns and forces of nature by showcasing unseen relationships in ecology. The exhibit provides viewers with the groundwork to contemplate the impact on and interactions between the various systems that surround us. Cartwright and Katayama offer up visualizations of the infinite and continuous ecologies that constitute our routines.
March 3, 2017Sustainability Roundtable
Friday, March 3rd, 11am-noon, Life Sciences Room 135
Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! The format is a 30-40 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
March 6, 2017Jessica Gordan Nembhart: African American Cooperative Economic Thought & Practice
Monday, March 6th, 11:45am, Law School
The Law School Diversity Committee will be hosting a visit to Louisville by Cooperative Hall-of-Famer, Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard, author of “Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice.” Dr. Nembhard is Associate Professor of Community Justice and Social Economic Development in the Department of Africana Studies at John Jay College, City University of New York. In addition to her free, public lecture in the Law School, she will be speaking on Sunday, March 5th at 2:00pm in the Main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library. Full details to come.
March 24, 2017EcoReps Lunch & LearEco-Repsn
Friday, Mar. 24th at Noon, Ekstrom W210
Join us for our monthly EcoReps Lunch & Learn workshop featuring a free vegetarian lunch and locals making a difference in sustainability!
The Sustainability Council’s EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and leadership positions as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This spring we'll continue our series of in-person workshops each month on third Fridays at noon in Ekstrom Library room W210. Join us for lunch and bring your reusable plate, utensils, and cup to minimize waste! All are welcome. More info on EcoReps website.
March 31, 2017Sustainability Roundtable: Metro Office of Sustainability
Friday, March 31st, 11am-noon,
Life Sciences Room 135
Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! On March 31st, we'll hear from Maria Koetter, Director of the Office of Sustainability (Louisville Metro Government), providing a Program Overview and Q&A. The format is a 30-40 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
April 7, 2017UofL Arbor Day Celebration
Friday, April 7th, Noon, NW corner of Louisville Hall (4th & Brandeis)

April 7this Arbor Day 2017 in Kentucky! Come help us restore Louisville's shrinking tree canopy. Join us for a celebration of UofL’s on-going commitment to trees and our status as a Tree Campus USA! At noon, you can help us plant a tree outside of Louisville Hall, while enjoying bike-blender smoothies made entirely with tree fruits and nuts! Co-sponsored by UofL's Sustainability Council, Campus Housing, and Office of Health Promotion. More activities TBA.
April 11, 2017Nuts and Bolts of Community-Engaged Research
Tuesday, April 11th, noon-1pm, Ekstrom Library, 3rd Floor
Community-engaged research is an emerging area in many academic disciplines. Engaged research has some unique characteristics and should be tailored to be venue- and discipline-specific. This session will explore how faculty can generate scholarly (research and theoretical) products from their engaged work focused on community and student impact. More info and registration here.
April 13, 2017From People to Pixels: Mapping Global Population Patterns with the WorldPop Project
Thursday, April 13th, noon, University Club, $15 Lunch Reservations Required
From People to Pixels: Mapping Global Population Patterns with the WorldPop ProjectThe College of Arts and Sciences and the Liberal Studies Project offer the monthly Meet the Professor series to highlight the college’s research and cultural offerings. On April 13th, we'll hear from Geography and Geosciences professors Andrea Gaughan and Forrest Stevens. They received a Gates Foundation grant to work on their WorldPop project that generates open source human population maps. Contemporary, fine spatial scale, gridded population data is a crucial component for research across disciplines. Such data is necessary for understanding the ‘now’ of hazard risk and mitigation management, health and disease modelling, economic, environmental, and sustainability related work. The maps have been broadly adopted by international and government agencies for effective policy, planning, and interventions where a strong foundation of evidence is needed. Reservations are required for each Meet the Professor, with $15 payment by check. To reserve a spot, contact Janna Tajibaeva at 852-2247 or via email no later than April 10th.
April 14, 2017Sustainability Roundtable
Friday, April 14th, 11am-noon, Life Sciences Room 135
Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am January 20th through April 14th! The format is a 30-40 minute presentation followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
April 18, 2017Farm To Table Dinner
Tuesday, April 18th, Red Barn
In advance of Earth Day 2017, UofL Dining will host our annual celebration of local food and farmers. Come join us for this unique feast of seasonally-appropriate, locally-sourced deliciousness! Full details and reservation information TBA.
April 20, 2017Lighten Your Load (on the Earth!)
Thursday, April 20th, 11am-2pm, Red Barn plaza
In advance of Earth Day 2017, a special "Lighten Your Load" free swap will be set up from 11am - 2pm outside the Red Barn - all are welcome to come take or donate items. There will also be free food, a DJ, and booths from student groups and local environmental organizations offering activities and information about how to lighten your load on Planet Earth!
April 21, 2017Faculty Workshop: Green Threads – Sustainability across the curriculum
Friday, April 21st, 9:15am-5pm, Location TBA
Interested in integrating themes of environmental, social & economic stewardship into your courses?
The Sustainability Council invites full- & part-time faculty as well as GTA Academy participants from all disciplines to participate in the 2017 Green Threads workshop. We’ll explore ways to embed sustainability into your curriculum. UofL faculty will receive a $500 honorarium, resources for course development, info on local sustainability issues, & a new network of faculty from across UofL. Full details on Green Threads here.
Please submit an application with your department Chair’s approval that includes a description of how you’re considering changing an existing course or the new course you’d like to develop by Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 to Daniel DeCaro <daniel.decaro@louisville.edu>.
April 21, 2017EcoReps Lunch & Learn: Eco-RepsMaking Maple Syrup from UofL Trees (Pancake Party!)
Friday, April 21st at Noon, Ekstrom Library 3rd Floor Delphi Lab
Join us for our monthly EcoReps Lunch & Learn workshop featuring a free vegetarian lunch and locals making a difference in sustainability! This month, we'll enjoy a Pancake Party as we hear from those who have been tapping maple trees on campus as part of BIOL 104-15 - Laboratory for Introduction to Biological Systems. Professors Linda Fuselier and Grace Freundlich will be discussing the sap collection season and the process of making UofL maple syrup as we all enjoy the delicious fruits of their labor!
The Sustainability Council’s EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and leadership positions as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This spring we'll continue our series of in-person workshops each month on third Fridays at noon. Join us for lunch and bring your reusable plate, utensils, and cup to minimize waste! All are welcome. More info on EcoReps website.
May 18 - Oct. 25, 2017Gray Street Farmers’ MarketGray St Farmers Mrkt Logo
Thursdays, 10:30am‒2pm (May 18 to Oct. 25)
Health Sciences Center, 485 E. Gray St.

With 11 unique local vendors, you'll find the finest in farm-fresh local products, including fruits, vegetables, pasture-raised meat & eggs, popcorn, honey & syrup, jams, granola, bread & baked goods, flowers, plants, prepared lunches, food trucks, and more. Cash, debit cards, SNAP benefits, and Senior Vouchers accepted! Open weekly rain or shine. Watch Vendor Spotlights and our 20/20 Talks on food and sustainability at the GSFM YouTube Channel! Access our collection of delicious recipes for local products. More info: GSFM website, contact Market Manager, Melissa Schreck, or follow on Facebook.
May 21-24, 20172017 Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (RE3) Workshop: Defining and Refining the Food-Energy-Water Nexus
May 21-24, 2017 at the  Muhammad Ali Center (144 N 6th St, Louisville, KY 40202)
The NSF-funded, biannual Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE3) Workshop is organized by UofL's Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research. Participation is encouraged from faculty, students, and staff of universities and institutes, business/corporate partners, national laboratories and entrepreneurs across the nation as well as local and regional high schools and junior colleges. The workshop encourages, strengthens, and creates partnerships among stakeholders at the state, region and national arenas, forging connections and fostering innovation and intellectual exchange among academic, small businesses and entrepreneurial start-ups and mature industrial partners.
The 2017 RE3 Workshop features presentations by speakers from universities, businesses, national laboratories, and funding agencies on the latest technical discoveries and thematic priorities for renewable energy and efficiency in the following key areas: Food-Energy-Water (FEW) Nexus, Materials and Process Innovation, and Materials and Energy Entrepreneurship. Plenary lectures will focus on the grand challenges facing the FEW Nexus, with particular emphasis around how clean energy research can link the necessary science to push the scientific boundaries of the nexus further.
The workshop will be divided into three topical tracks that will be the focus of afternoon sessions of invited and submitted talks: clean energy-food, clean energy-water and clean energy-entrepreneurship.
In addition to plenary lectures and presentations, short educational courses for students, faculty, and industry are offered as a prelude to the kickoff for the workshop, including: 1) Materials Discovery and Advanced Materials Characterization; 2) Additive Manufacturing, Biogas production and Combined Heat & Power, 3) The Next Step: Technical Entrepreneurship in the Materials and Energy Sector.
A key outcome is enabling students, and researchers in academia, government and industry in energy-related fields and disciplines to increase national research competitiveness and viable renewable energy technology transfer and commercialization offerings.
The workshop agenda also features a poster session and formal and informal networking opportunities in addition to the short courses, presentations and product demonstrations. Conference talks will be presented as papers as a special online issue of ACS Energy Letters.
  • Meeting times for the Sustainability Council and its Committees are available here.
  • The Sustainability Council's anchor event each fall is Campus Sustainability Day in mid-October: Watch Video.

 

 


 

 

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