Sakshi Vaya & Daphne Hulse engaged students on the topics of waste, sustainability, zero waste, and opportunities for sustainable action within the classroom.
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Projects Updates for Zero Waste Outreach & Presentations
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Provided a basic overview of campus waste management, opportunities for tours, and zero waste objectives/initiatives
Provided basic overview of contamination reduction strategies at UIUC, and emphasized the significance of education and outreach as a means to reduce contamination
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Presentations given during the lunch sessions for each grade in the library. Franklin STEAM hosts sustainability speakers each April in honor of Earth Month.
Thanks so much for coming!!!
We really appreciate your time and energy today speaking to Franklin's future "world rescuers."
I know you cannot attend our Open House this May 11th but do consider if you would like to table at our fall Open House on September 14th.
We really appreciated your clear and important messages.
Magnet Site Coordinator
Franklin STEAM Academy
Presented an opportunity to beautify the south wall of the Waste Transfer Station. Karin Hodgin Jones, Sustainable Design Program Coordinator, will assist with coordinating students over the fall and summer to design a request for proposals (RFP) for student teams to submit designs.Attached Files:
Provided a general overview of zero waste at the university, and how students can assess facilities for waste reduction opportunities at the building level: activities in the building, who the building serves, who occupies the building, how the floor plan is laid out, and what bins currently exist the building.Attached Files:
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Join us for iSEE's November TED Talk: Eco-Edition event in celebration of America Recycles Day! F&S Zero Waste Coordinator, Daphne Hulse, and Waste Management intern, Shreya Mahajan, will host the discussion on zero waste initiatives and its significance.
Participants will view a prerecorded TED Talk followed by a guided discussion and roundtable conversation. The TED Talk: Eco-Edition series is designed to unite campus and community members for a passionate, respectful, and thought-provoking dialogue about a certain aspect of sustainability. No preparation is necessary and all are welcome to this event!
Sign up here to learn, discuss, and connect with peers in a casual, social setting. Grab your favorite snack and get comfortable! Topics and hosts vary each month.
Nov 15, 2022 07:00 PMAttached Files: