Description: By 2020, a comprehensive sustainability literacy survey will be sent to students, faculty, and staff. Before this occurs, an attempt should be made to educate as many people as possible on campus about the topic both formally and informally.
Contacts: Aurora Sharrard (email@example.com), David Sanchez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Student Education Programs with the Center for Creativity
Description: Student directed activities which will incorporate sustainable practices/materials in a tangible creation. Art, crafts, and goods can be produced using a multitude of waste materials. Students who engage in this project should find a material and method of reuse which interests them and present it to the campus community through a class or workshop. The creativity center is the perfect place to experiment with materials and potentially host a class.
Description: A program to allow students to come up with eco-friendly ideas and provides them with resources to complete their projects. Eco-leaders also act as educators for new students on topics of sustainability and the environment. Per Colorado State’s Eco Leaders program; “Eco Leaders are peer educators in the residence halls and Aggie Village apartments who help raise awareness about sustainability issues and encourage environmentally-responsible behaviors throughout the academic year”
Find us in the student office of sustainability (WPU room 510)
PLease be in touch!
The mission of the University of Pittsburgh Green Fund is to finance and support student-initiated projects and programs that make Pitt’s operations more environmentally sustainable, socially equitable, and energy efficient.
As always, the Green Fund Board welcomes suggestions and appreciates your input. After all, this is truly YOUR fund, so please contact us to send us your project idea or comments, and somebody will be in touch soon to follow up.