Virtual Event – 2011 Smart & Sustainable Campuses Conference
Tuesday, April 5, 2011 10:00 AM ET
All the Networking. All the Education. All the Exhibiting. All Online.
All Day Tuesday, April 5 10:00 am - 5:30 pm ET.
What You Will Learn:
- Mechanisms for communicating to community leaders.
- Strategies for making sustainability projects feasible.
- Specific examples of proven solutions in the areas of energy management, transportation, food and dining and more.
- Best practices from peer campuses on a variety of operational issues.
- Mechanisms for financing sustainability projects on campus.
- How to channel student enthusiasm to accomplish institution-wide sustainability goals.
Special Group Pricing!
A Whole Team For One Low Price - Once one person on your campus registers at the full price everyone else on your campus can register for free! In order to participate, each additional registrant must complete the online registration process and then will have full access to the event.
All virtual attendees will continue to have access to the content through July 1, 2011.
Who Should Attend:
- Chief business officers and staff
- Sustainability officers
- Facility officers and environmental health & safety officers
- Campus planners and architects
- Students and faculty
Featured Video Sessions:
Speakers: Wendell Brase, Vice Chancellor, Administrative and Business Services, University of California – Irvine and Chair, University of California Climate Solutions Steering Group
The Chesapeake Project: Integrating Sustainability Across the Curriculum: The Chesapeake Project is a bold initiative to integrate sustainability across the curriculum of the University of Maryland. Central to the project is a two-day workshop where faculty learn about core concepts of sustainability and explore unique ways of integrating sustainability into their existing courses across all academic disciplines. Since the first workshop in 2009, fifty faculty have participated in the workshop and fifty-six courses ranging from Art History to Business Ethics have been revised to include sustainability. Speakers: Mark Stewart, Bruce James, Nancy Katz, Katie White, Psyche Williams-Forson, Ashley Worthington, University of Maryland
Speakers: Carter Cox, University of South Carolina, Melissa Eddison, George Washington University and John Kester, Northern Arizona University
Caring for Creation: Connecting Faith with Sustainability in Higher Education + The Campus Kitchens Project at Baylor University
Presented by: Peter Bardaglio, Second Nature; Dominic Frongillo, Cornell University; Shawn Lindabury, Cornell University
Presented By: Mike Lizotte, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh; Thomas Sonnleitner, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
- Managing Risks and Opportunities under Coming Carbon Constraints - Get the information you need on proposed legislation and what financing options within evolving carbon, tax and inventive regimes exist during this 90-minute session.
- Jim Thoma, President, Green Campus Partners,
- Adrian Mills, Practice Fellow, Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)
- William M. Ferretti, Ph.D., Vice President, Chicago Climate Exchange
- Moderator – Larry Eisenberg, Executive Director for Facilities Planning and Development Los Angeles Community College District
- Building our Nation’s Green Collar Workforce - Higher education as a whole can be agents of change in this growing culture of environmental consciousness, and 2-year institutions are uniquely positioned to be leaders in the sustainability movement.
- Michael Mayher, Vice President, Administrative Services and Treasurer, Lakeland Community College
- Mary Spilde, President, Lane Community College
- Douglas Williams, Vice President, Business Services, Des Moines Area Community College
- Moderator: Steve Hoiberg, Siemens
- Creating a Greenhouse Gas Inventory – What Does it Take? - This informational webcast will explain the general principles of conducting a GHG inventory, while providing examples from two contrasting campuses that have used different methods.
- Moderator: Georges Dyer, Senior Fellow, Second Nature and Partner, Greenland Enterprises
- Niles Barnes, Project Coordinator, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)
- Jennifer Schroeder Andrews, Campus Program Manager, Clean Air-Cool Planet (CA-CP)
- Fahmideh Ahmed (UC Berkeley)
- Michael Womersley, Director of Sustainability, Unity College
- Commit to Change-Leading Your Campus Towards Climate Neutrality - Is your institution one of the almost 500 that have signed the American College & University President’s Climate Commitment? Join three CFO’s and a facilities director to learn about the strategies they have employed to lead their campus team toward climate neutrality.
- Moderator: Anthony Cortese, president Second Nature Ed Poppel, vice president, business affairs, University of Florida
- Larry Eisenberg, executive director for facilities planning and development, Los Angeles Community College District
- F. Robert Huth, executive vice president and treasurer, Middlebury College
- Sherry Mondou, vice president for finance and administration, University of Puget Sound
INTERESTED IN EXHIBTING?
FeesMember Site Fee: $299.00
Non-Member Site Fee: $349.00
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