Category Archives: Good Reads, Film Clips, etc.

AASHE bulletin – October 9th edition

October 9, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week U Virginia Convenes ‘Universities Studying Slavery’ Consortium Bringing together over 40 colleges and universities from across the country, the consortium seeks to allow institutions to work together as they examine the role of slavery and racism in their histories and its impacts today. The consortium hosts […]

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Vermont Research News; Families, girls’ camps, forest cover and more…

Vermont Research News: Girls’ camps, old photos, forest cover and more… View on VT Digger  Resiliency and summer camp Girls participating in adventure camp experiences demonstrated the greatest increase in resiliency and confidence in a new study that aimed to understand the best youth program setting for women’s empowerment based on the self-reporting of young girls participating […]

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October Digest: Survey about Drop-Off Center hours

OCTOBER 2018 The change to fall signals many things. Raking leaves. Apple picking! Raking leaves. Halloween candy! Raking leaves. Last chance for a maple creemee! Raking…well, you get it. For some of our staff, autumn is the signal that the Rover — our mobile collection unit for household chemicals & paint — is winding down. […]

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AASHE Bulletin – September 25th edition

September 25, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week AASHE Announces 2018 Sustainability Award Winners From more than 300 submissions in this year’s award program, 11 submissions were selected across four categories that include the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award. Some recipients will presenton their award-winning work at AASHE 2018. More Coordination & Planning News Coordination & […]

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Vermont Research News: Good readers, new health data, rock flakes and more…

Vermont Research News: Big readers, new health data, rock flakes and more… Big Readers Vermonters seem to be avid readers, with more libraries per capita—183—than any state in the nation. Unlike other states, funding is allocated town by town. Historically speaking, a town’s library has always been a vibrant center of culture and activity. To learn more […]

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Burlington 2030 District – September Newsletter

SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER Burlington Home Energy Tour Saturday, September 29 from 10am to 1pm | Burlington, VT Self-guided tour of five inspiring energy efficient homes Please join us a week from this Saturday for our partner Burlington Electric Department’s second annual self-guided Home Energy Tour. Visit one or all of these open houses for inspiration on how to reduce […]

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AASHE Bulletin – Sept. 18th edition

September 18, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week NUS Shares Results of Survey Regarding Students’ Attitudes The National Union of Students in the U.K. released new survey results revealing students’ expectations for and experiences of teaching and learning for sustainable development. While this is the eighth year of the survey, it is the first […]

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AASHE Bulletin – September 11 edition

September 11, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise This is a reminder that online registration for the 2018 AASHE Conference & Expo closes at 11:59 p.m. Eastern on Sept. 17. Unfortunately, we are unable to extend online registration this year. Register soon! News of the Week Chronicle of Higher Ed Showcases Sustainable Campus Index In early September, The Chronicle of Higher Education […]

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Better World Books Newsletter – September 2018

Champlain has partnered with Better World Books for a decade. Ever wonder what happens to the books we send them? Read more below. Better World Books Awards $125,000USD in 2018 Literacy Grants In March, Better World Books announced the application period for their eighth Annual Literacy Grants designed to address the literacy needs of communities […]

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