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Projects Updates for Topic: SSC
On February 21, 2018, the Student Sustainability Committee held a full committee meeting. During this meeting, the SFAC presentation, working group presentations, SLLC collaboration, & upcoming events were discussed.Attached Files:
On February 20, 2018, SSC presented to the Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC).
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At this year's Explore ACES, join the Student Sustainability Committee (SSC) and the Food Science & Human Nutrition (FSHN) Pilot Plant for a special SSC tour of the Pilot Plant facility! The plant gives students an experiential opportunity to test new food processing technologies, examine nutritional breakdowns, and contribute to the local food system. This special SSC tour will explore flour milling, tomato sauce processing, hot sauce processing, and more! You'll even get to taste hot sauce with peppers produced at the Sustainable Student Farm. We look forward to seeing you on March 9th at 9:15am, 11:00am, or 1:30pm. Signup here: https://goo.gl/forms/WAtT3klPwxmp8Eaq1
On February 7, 2018, the Student Sustainability Committee held a full committee meeting. During this meeting, the Filify 3D scope change, upcoming programming ideas, and the working group structure was discussed.Attached Files:
Student members are appointed by the Illinois Student Government each spring for the following academic year. Student members serve a one-year term. To apply, please complete an application at https://studentaffairs.illinois.edu/collaborations/campus-committees-and-boards.
The Student Sustainability Committee is a group of 12 students dedicated to improving sustainability at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. With the help of 10 faculty and staff that serve as member-advisors, the committee meets to review and vote on what projects receive funding and check in on those projects that have already received funding. Using two student fees, the Sustainable Campus Environment Fee and the Cleaner Energy Technologies Fee, SSC reviews submitted projects and distributes funding to projects that is deemed most beneficial to the University of Illinois. Both of these student fees bring in over $1.1 million annually, which is one of the largest sustainability fund of its kind in the United States.
Fall 2017 Final Report Submitted to the Student Sustainability Committee (SSC) for the Science Policy Workshop.