The Liaison Network consists of four cohorts of individuals who are educators for sustainability and experts on how sustainability interplays with their respective groups. These Sustainability Liaisons focus on integrating initiatives in their social networks that contribute to the campus culture of sustainability.
Workplace Liaison"The idea came to me because I save nutrition bar wrappers...at my desk to take over to Malley for recycling. I thought if I'm doing it for myself I could expand and do it for Lucas Hall."
Carol GoadTerracycle at Malley
Workplace Liaison"We include sustainability in our student employee training because sustainability is part of Campus Recreation's vision and values for our program and the student workers help us bring our vision and values into fruition."
Janice DeMonsiLearn More
Join a Liaison Network Group
The Network is a resource and community that facilitates collaboration for people who are interested in working and living more sustainably in their life on and off campus. Liaisons help the Center for Sustainability achieve University goals and commitments by developing a culture of sustainability, as well as help more campus members practice responsible consumerism, reduce carbon emissions through energy and water reduction, and use the campus as a living lab.
Workplace Sustainability Liaisons engage their colleagues in sustainable behaviors in order to develop a culture of sustainability among faculty and staff at SCU.
Faculty who are interested in living/working more sustainably meet to discuss how to be change agents in their social and professional networks, including research and curriculum.
Community Facilitator (CF) and Neighborhood Representative (NR) Sustainability Liaisons engage their residents in sustainable behaviors, create sustainability-themed programs, and facilitate campus-wide residence hall initiatives including the Energy Challenge, Swap for Good, and waste diversion during move-out.
Using the Mission Sustainable logo
The Center for Sustainability's brand has grown in large part to the Mission Sustainable logo. If you would like to be an advocate of our visual brand, please view our certain requests and instructions.
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Off-campus students gather for evening potlucks in the surrounding neighborhood once-a-quarter.
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Student club leaders now meet at the beginning of each quarter to collaborate and plan events together.