Monthly Newsletter
December 2018
Happy Holidays from the Office of Sustainability!
 During a recent snowstorm, two first-year students from Fisher Hall
brought the “Fisher Hall Fisherman” to life. Video by Jared Flesher.
Did You Know?
There is a free office supplies listserv open to campus community members. Use the listserv to share new or gently used office supplies.
The GreenSpace Kiosk is an interactive space with rotating exhibits located in the Frist Campus Center, level 100. The current exhibit highlights the Princeton Biodigester .
Tigers Recycle!
 Each month we bring you a simple recycling tip to help reduce contamination in the recycling bins on campus.

This month's tip: Coffee cups and lids are not recyclable. But if you carry a reusable mug, you can get a discount from campus retailers!

News and Updates
Nature's Nation: American Art and Environment
Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment presents more than 120 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photogra phs, videos, and works of decorative art, from the colonial period to the present, exploring for the first time how American artists of different traditions and backgrounds have both reflected and shaped environmental understanding while contributing to the development of a modern ecological consciousness.
Now on exhibit at the Princeton University's Art Museum until January 6.
Video by Jared Flesher
Reusable mug campaign encourages sustainable behavior, draws out staff stories
For three weeks in November, the Campus Dining team launched the #LoveAMug campaign to increase awareness about and participation in sustainability efforts on Princeton’s campus and to celebrate the unique backgrounds of staff and departments.
Princeton Research Day 2019
Applications are now being accepted for presenters at the 2019  Princeton Research Day . The event is an opportunity for undergraduate students, grad students, postdocs, and non-faculty researchers at Princeton University to share their work with the community.

Applications  will be accepted until 11:55 p.m. on February 18, 2019. 

Featured Student Initiatives
New Instagram Series: Cooking with the Pink House
This semester the Office of Sustainability and the Pink House , a living and learning community focused on sustainable living and activism, started a new Instagram video series. Featured are sustainable living tips and easy vegetarian and vegan recipes. Communications Assistant Jessie Fielding '21 produced and directed the most recent episode about roasted seasonal vegetables. Follow @TigersGoGreen on Instagram for more cooking episodes and other fun content!
Greening Dining Publishes Guide to Plant-Based Eating at Princeton
The student group,  Greening Dining , in partnership with the organization, abillionveg, recently published a comprehensive guide for anyone looking to lead a more plant-based lifestyle on campus and around Princeton University.

Princeton Sustainability Leader Profile

Sean Gallagher, Director of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Facilities Operations
Read a Q&A with Sean Gallagher who discusses how he's integrated sustainability practices both on and off campus.
Campus as Lab Corner
State of Campus as Lab: 2018

In 2018, the Campus as Lab program supported 43 projects from all four academic disciplines on a variety of sustainability topics. Take a closer look at how students, faculty, and staff worked together to use campus as a living laboratory for sustainability this year!

Meet the Princeton Biodigester Student Team!
Learn more about the team of  Princeton University  students responsible for the weekly loading and off-loading of the campus composting system. Sign up to receive the Weekly BioDIGESTer for updates from the campus composting demonstration project.
Campus as Lab: Tracking campus ecology
Published in "Discovery" by Kevin McElwee

Artemis Eyster spends more time than most students on the wooded paths near campus where Albert Einstein once cleared his mind.The Class of 2019 undergraduate, named after the Greek goddess of the wilderness, created a new environmental research course for fellow students in which she and her classmates analyzed the ecology of local areas.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, December 19, 2018
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Princeton Public Library, Community Room

Save the Date! Princeton University Biodigester Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Location: Frist Campus Center
Mend's Holiday Pop-Up!
Mend's mission is to encourage sustainable attitudes and reduce waste surrounding clothing and fashion through teaching Princeton University community members how to repair, reuse and upcycle clothing, and providing the materials to do so. Stay tuned for more Mend Mondays in 2019!