Monthly Newsletter
September 2015
Welcome to Princeton, Class of 2019!
And welcome back all students, faculty and staff!
Did You Know ?
Princeton Accepts Mixed Recycling Everywhere on Campus
There are over 200 Filtered Water Stations Across Campus 

News and Updates
Students Dedicate Summer  to Sustainability at Princeton
This summer, two students tended the Forbes and Frist gardens by planting, weeding, and harvesting delicious organic vegetables and herbs. The produce was delivered on a regular basis to campus chefs to be incorporated into nutritious dishes and drinks on campus.                                                 

New GreenSpace Exhibit: Hacking Sustainability
The current exhibit features the  C.H.A.O.S. Labwhich is under the direction of Dr. Forrest Meggers, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment and affiliated faculty in Civil and Environmental Engineering. The GreenSpace is located across from Cafe Vivan in Frist. Come visit! 
Q&A with Deborah Sandoval '16, Yellowstone Sustainability Software Development Intern
Learn about Deborah's experience designing and implementing an energy dashboard for Yellowstone National Park.                                                        
Lighting Improvement Project Will Enhance Campus Sustainability  
Princeton University is making campus lighting more sustainable and efficient in a massive way. Through the Lighting Efficiency Upgrade Program, the University will convert more than 100,000 fixtures to light-emitting diode (LED) technology in buildings across campus. 
The Office of Sustainability is Now Hiring 
A variety of student employment opportunities are available for Princeton undergraduate and graduate students with the Office of Sustainability. 

Princeton Sustainability Leader Profile
Brooks Barron '11
Read a Q&A with Brooks Barron '11, former Outdoor Action leader who currently works for a solar energy software startup that is helping to scale solar energy worldwide.          

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