Morgan White, Eric Green, and Meredith Moore spoke to the Sustainability Living Learning Community today (8/17/22) prior to the start of the semester.
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Sustainability Living Learning Community (SLLC) (Ongoing)
Student Groups with Sustainability Focus
- Green Observer
- Beyond Oil Campaign
- Design for America
- Eco Illini Supermileage
- Illini EV Concept
- Illini EcoConcept
- Illini Formula Electric
- Illini Solar Car
- Illinois Biodiesel Initiative (IBI)
- Illinois Solar Decathlon
- Student Sustainability Leadership Council (SSLC)
- Students for Environmental Concerns (SECS)
- Sustainability Living Learning Community (SLLC)
- Teens Turning Green
- Tikkun Chambana
- USGBC Student Chapter
- Water Environment Federation (WEF)
- Student Sustainability Committee (SSC)
Sustainability is a living-learning community that welcomes students to live and learn about diverse aspects of sustainability in a variety of ways: academically, organically, and experientially. Located on two floors in the Lincoln Avenue Residence Halls, students with similar interests and intents from a range of different backgrounds are invited to experience this new community, where opportunities abound to learn not only from professionals, but from each other and from shared experiences.
The Sustainability Living Learning Community was started in 2012. It was identified that there was a need for students, typically first-year undergraduate students, to be surrounded by sustainability-minded peers. The creation of the Sustainability Living Learning Community made it possible for students to have a constant relationship with sustainability while on campus. Various program directors and interns have contributed to making the Sustainability Living Learning Community what it is today. Presently, the Sustainability Living Learning Community is led by Chris Murphy.
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