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Faces of Sustainability
We don’t often see the day-to-day operations that keep our beautiful campus looking so clean and tidy. And who helps in managing the waste our campus produces? Meet Joe.
We are so excited to introduce our new Forge Garden Manager, Katharine Rondthaler, and our new BUG garden educator, Lisa Martinez. Read on to see where they come from and what they each bring to their crucial roles at SCU and the greater Santa Clara community.
Deirdre Frontczak shares her passion for sustainability with students through her sustainability-focused upper division business writing course.
Dr. David Wick, Director of SCU Study Abroad, provides insight on creating a sustainable lifestyle through travel.
As the founder of CITRUS House and SCU alumna class of 2003, Lauren is dedicated to teaching people how to build a more sustainable lifestyle and, consequently, a friendlier neighborhood.
Glen Bradley ‘16 aims to “inspire self-love” among his peers, creating the inclusive and welcoming community that is essential to a sustainable society.
Ethan Hayden, class of ‘17, pursues a degree in Environmental Science while balancing a life as an EMT to achieve his dreams of fostering a healthy community wherever he may be.
As Assistant Director of SCU’s Food and Agribusiness Institute, Erika French-Arnold is creating opportunities for students as well as promoting food justice education on a larger scale.
Sean Reilly ‘16 has a thirst for combining outdoor experiences with research. His latest endeavor is using lasers to analyze various water samples in a brand new lab on campus.
Lindsay Sperling is modernizing general chemistry labs, challenging students to adopt sustainable chemistry practices like waste prevention and designing experiments for energy efficiency and degradation.
Jesse Bernal shares about the new Office of Diversity and Inclusion and illustrates how diversity and inclusion are related to sustainability.
Makena Wong and Paloma Sisneros-Lobato were inspired to establish the Food Recovery Network at SCU after researching the organization for a project for their upper-division SLURP class.