Congratulations to the first Food Recovery Network chapter established in the state of Georgia, the
PANTHER FOOD RECOVER NETWORK at Georgia State University! The Food Recovery Network is a nationwide organization run by students that are turning campus food waste into meals for those in need. To read more about the Panther Food Recovery Network
Piedmont Project Workshop
Join us in congratulating faculty that graduated from the Piedmont Project held May 11-12, 2016 at Emory University. The
Piedmont Project, facilitated by Dr. Peggy Barlett, is a national model for faculty development and curricular innovation around sustainability. As part of the workshop, these faculty members will be working this summer to incorporate sustainability into their class curricula.
The participants were Arla Bernstein in the Department of Communications at the Perimeter College Decatur campus; Fred Brooks in the School of Social Work at the Georgia State University Atlanta campus; Brett Esaki in the Department of Religious Studies at the Georgia State University Atlanta campus and Martha Faulk in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering at the Perimeter College Clarkson campus.
SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS AT THE GA STATE UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH CONFERENCE
The Office of Sustainability presented students with the first ever awards for sustainability-related projects at Georgia State University's Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC) held on April 13, 2016. Faculty judges reviewed 16 overall entries (all of which fell in the art and research poster categories), selecting the seven top projects. The lead author on each project was awarded $100, funded by the student sustainability fee. Learn more about the awards
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