- Presenters & Reviewers
- Sponsors & Exhibitors
Monday, October 15, 11am-1:30pm
ACUPCC Implementation Liaison Networking Meeting
- Stephen Muzzy (Second Nature)
- Sarah Brylinsky (Second Nature)
The ACUPCC Implementation Liaison Networking Meeting provides an opportunity to get to know your colleagues, share stories, and learn from your peers. Engage in lively small group discussions to identify pressing challenges and issues and explore potential solutions. The meetings are open to Implementation Liaisons and other key staff involved in the implementation efforts on ACUPCC signatory campuses. Benefit from your colleagues' expertise and assist others by sharing your own!
Monday, October 15, 7-9pm
Community College Reception
- Vanessa Santos, USGBC
- Todd Cohen, AACC SEED
- Meghan Fay-Zahniser, AASHE
Rooftop Patio of the Bonaventure Brewery, located inside the Westin Bonaventure Hotel.
404 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 9007
Open to all community college representatives
Celebrate the work that community colleges have done to transform their campuses and communities, and enjoy a drink with your colleagues during this community college networking reception. The Center for Green Schools at USGBC in partnership with AASHE and AACC’s SEED initiative bring you this reception taking place at the Bonaventure Brewery within the Westin hotel to acknowledge the progress colleges have made, and highlight the resources that these national organizations offer to help you in continuing to advance your sustainability activities. Representatives from the Center for Green Schools, AASHE and the SEED initiative will speak briefly to welcome guests and speak about the resources their organizations provide specifically for community colleges. Wine, beer and h’orderves will be included.
Tuesday, October 16, 4:45-6pm
Canadian College and University Meetup
- Kathleen Ng (McGill University)
- Joanne Perdue (University of Calgary)
Informal meet and greet for participants from Canadian colleges and universities for networking, knowledge exchange, inspiration, and exploration of opportunities for establishment of collaborative partnerships, projects or programs going forward.
Environmental Leadership Program
- Jesse Pyles (Unity College)
- Mieko A Ozeki (University of Vermont)
- Jenna Ringelheim (Environmental Leadership Program)
The ELP Fellowship Program targets emerging environmental and social change practitioners eager to connect their specialized work to larger environmental and social concerns. The Fellowship Program offers intensive leadership, diversity, and skill training, regional networking opportunities, and time for personal and professional reflection. ELP counts among its more than 500 Senior Fellows many higher education sustainability officers, faculty, researchers, and colleagues. ELP currently offers regional fellowship cohorts in the eastern US.
Join current and senior fellows for an informal networking gathering to discuss ELP and related activities. Prospective Fellowship applicants are especially encouraged to join us to learn more about the program.