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These posters highlight a variety of successful  campus efficiencies that are presented at the annual meeting. Poster topics depict many different aspects of efficiency and sustainability. They run the gamut from operational and strategic planning, to major physical plant infrastructure replacement, to residential hall moving savings, organic composting, water savings, behavior changes, and utility infrastructure that all improved campus energy and costs.

If interested in presenting at the 2020 Annual Meeting check out the  2020 Campus Efficiency Poster requirements and share your success story!  Contact sgranskorsh@nacubo.org by April 17 to register, and receive one  speaker discount to the Annual Meeting (if not already registered).   These posters benefit at a national level to share a campus success story, but also serve as a strong communication tool internally to students, staff, and community at an institution!

The Sustainability Advisory Panel (SAP) of NACUBO suggested these posters for the 2014 annual meeting, and they continue to expand in popularity as a means to explain members' successes. 

Results are a great opportunity to share campus success in a method other than a session. Additionally, they are great tools to explain success internally at the campus to students, staff, and community at large. 

 

Check out the posters below from the various years; over 40 campuses in each year with their unique content success.  Campus name and the major content of the poster are noted.

Contact

Sally Grans Korsh

Senior Advisor

202.861.2571


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Water

Review other initiatives campuses are using to conserve water. Due to either environmental or utility infrastructure problems, in some communities water is becoming the most expensive utility. Vigilance on conserving water can be cost effective, and it helps enlighten students and staff for the future.