Professor creates teaching module, the Sustainable Energy Tribe provides training on campus and  the GA State Perimeter College Botanical Garden in this issue! 
Office of Sustainability's Monthly News & Updates!
November 2016

Georgia State University Perimeter College Professor Recognized

Georgia State University Perimeter College Professor, Dr. Pamela Gore, was a member of a three person team that published an online teaching module which has been recognized by the Science Education Research Center.  

The title of the module is  Carbon, Climate and Energy Resources .  

Read about Dr. Gore's work here.
Sustainble Energy Tribe Training Students

The Sustainable Energy Tribe (SET) is taking one more step in providing GA State University students the resources that will allow them to contribute to an environmentally deliberate society.  The student group provided a free training developed by
  Green Impact Campaign to students on how to assess local businesses' energy consumption on October 27th.  The goal of the training is to (1) provide student volunteers with hands-on experience; (2) ways that small local businesses can improve sustainability and (3) ways to create greener, healthier environments for local communities.

"We want to learn these skills for our future as well as be able to give back to our community", said Angelica Oliver, SET president.
For more information about the Sustainable Energy Tribe, click here.
Georgia State University Perimeter College 
Native Botanical Garden 


The Georgia State University Perimeter College Native Botanical Garden has attracted distinguished Botanists and Horticulturists from all over the world.  It is located on the Georgia State Perimeter College Decatur Campus and boasts educational programs as well as a variety of native plants.  For more information click here

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