Sustainability

Sustain-a-Pitch Night.

Christie Julien – April 10th, 2017

Looking for funding for your project? Green Grounds, UVA Sustainability, the Minority Rights Coalition, and Hackcville are hosting the second annual SustainaPitch Night: Social Justice Edition on Thursday, April 20th from 5:30-7:00 PM at Open Grounds (located across the street from Boylan Heights). Free Mellow Mushroom will be provided. The event will consist of pitches for projects that explore environmental and equitable themes from students, CIOs, faculty, and staff.

Ericsson Innovation Award

Christie Julien – March 6th, 2017

The Ericsson Innovation Awards Competition (EIA) is underway.  EIA is an opportunity for students to participate in a global student competition that gives them the opportunity to develop their Information and Communications Technology (ICT) ideas in collaboration with Ericsson experts from around the globe. . 

Learn About the Competition and the Prize Money - https://goo.gl/O2wxS9

Piedmont Environmental Council Fellowship

Christie Julien – January 30th, 2017

Shaping Tomorrow's Leaders in Environmental Conservation

Are you an undergraduate or recent graduate interested in learning more about a career in environmental conservation? If so, you should consider applying for the 11th Annual Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) Fellowship Program, based in Warrenton, Virginia! Twelve students will be selected for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend seven weeks in the Virginia Piedmont, while studying with seasoned professionals in land conservation, land use planning, agriculture, habitat and more.

Connect with Alums and Employers in Sustainability.

Christie Julien – January 25th, 2017

On Thursday February 2nd, Green Grounds, Net Impact, The Office For Sustainability, Whole Foods and The Career Center will be hositng our 2nd annual Sustainability Career Conversations.  Connect wtih employers and alums focused on sustainabilty in a wide range of industries, from law, to architecture, media, agriculture and more.  Students can sign up to spend 30 minutes in a small group with up to 4 professionals.