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Holiday Green Gift Giving Ideas

Updated from the blog written by Diana Rowell, Office of Sustainability Intern, on November 18, 2016 Holiday celebrations will soon be upon us and we are all going to be asking ourselves the same question: What gifts do I give my loved ones for this holiday season? The great thing…
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October 25, 2022
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Engagement through the lens of the Academic Sustainability Program

by Miriam Wyman Students who want to be involved in sustainability efforts during their college experience have an outlet with the Academic Sustainability Program, the Office of Sustainability, and various sustainability-related clubs and organizations around campus. A highlight for engagement is the SUST 5000 Senior Capstone course for the sustainability minor where students…
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October 4, 2022
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Involvement Starts When You Are Ready

Student Involvement by Emeline Jones We are Student Involvement. You may have seen us on social media, at your Camp War Eagle session, at tables up and down Haley Concourse, or in the Melton Student Center. You may have never even heard of us, but we want to take this…
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October 4, 2022
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HR Connection

by Patrick Johnston, Human Resources  Need a ride to HR? Try Tiger Transit. Did you know that AU Human Resources is located inside the East Glenn Administrative Complex – just two miles east of campus? This year, we are on pace to have over 3,000 in-person visitors. Many of them are…
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September 6, 2022
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Mindfulness Meditation Comes to the Arb

by Dr. Marilyn Vogel, Lecturer in the Geosciences Department Dr. Marilyn Vogel, on a nature meditation retreat outside of Boulder, CO with Mt. Audubon and the Ancestral Rockies in the background. Any person involved with sustainability has likely encountered the emerging emphasis on personal ethics and well being as important…
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September 6, 2022
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Parkerson Mill Creek Greenway Progress & Updates

by Ben Burmester, Facilities Management  The Parkerson Mill Creek trail serves as a pleasant amenity for pedestrians and cyclist alike. Trails and shared-use pathways are growing in popularity everywhere thanks to health, environmental, transportation and quality of life benefits they bring to a community. When located away from a roadway…
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September 1, 2022
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Walking the Walk and Biking the Bike

by Rebecca Retzlaff, Director of the Academic Sustainability Program Most of the people at Auburn who are involved in sustainability also have a personal commitment to living a sustainable lifestyle. Many of us try to walk the walk (or bike the bike) of what we advocate. While I wish that…
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September 1, 2022