The Student Advocacy & Leadership Summit is an opportunity for students working towards positive change on campus to build coalition with other passionate advocates. The summit is an opportunity to learn how to become an effective leader and organizer in the UVM community. Invitation only event.
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March 21, 2015
Davis Center- Livak Ballroom
Sophia Hoffacker, email@example.com
UVM ID Required:
Free; Invitation only
The only direct involvement are student Eco-Reps who are asked to set up a collection pail in their residence hall. Eco-Reps are responsible for emptying and washing out the pail each week at a central collection point at one of the dining halls. And of course, students are involved every time they scrape their food leftovers in the the compost pail in the dining halls!
The Office of Sustainability website details our work bridging academics and operations. But University of Vermont commitment to sustainability goes far beyond the Office of Sustainability's activities. The campus and wider Burlington area community provide fertile ground for faculty, staff, and students to learn together while working towards ecological, social, and economic health.
Here is a hint of what is happening across the university: