BIG congrats to UNHstudents Jessica Daigle ’13 and Bobby Lambert ’10, ’12G, the image and video winners, respectively, of our first annual “What Sustainability Means to Me” student video and image contest!
Each has won $500, and their work – along with other student submissions – is on display through April 4, 2012, at the Museum of Art at UNH.
Make sure you check out all the video entries and image entries online. We announced the winners Wednesday at the Museum of Art.
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This week is a big one for sustainability at UNH.
Today we begin "Sustainability Unbound," the 2011-2012 Sidore Lecture Series. Please join us today and tomorrow for lectures by several amazing humanities and liberal arts scholars. All lectures are free, open to the public, and in the Huddleston Hall ballroom.
And today at 12 noon in the Museum of Art, UNH (A219 PCAC) we'll be announcing the winners of UNH's very first "What Sustainability Means to Me" Student Video and Image Contest. Please...Read More
This year is UNH's first student video and image contest on sustainability. Under the theme "What Sustainability Means to Me," we asked students to put their creative talents to use in video and digital imagery, and they came through with flying colors. Now it's YOUR turn to help us choose our top winners!
From now until March 16, visit our contest on Facebook, YouTube (for the videos), or Flickr (for the images). The like or comment on your favorites. The three videos and three images with the...Read More
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New UNH Sustainability Study Abroad Program in Costa Rica Launches this SummerSustainable development and eco-tourism. Spanish language and Latin American studies. Corporate social responsibility and community service. These are just a few of the topics UNH students can immerse themselves in learning this summer as part of UNH’s new study abroad program in Costa Rica -- all while experiencing the biological and cultural richness of this beautiful country...Read More
It's near impossible to convey the emotional power of Chris Jordan's work in words. You really have to go see it for yourself. Last week, we did just that as Chris Jordan: Running the Numbers opened at the Museum of Art, UNH. Go see it. This video is just a taste. You really have to go for yourself.
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"What Sustainability Means to Me" Video & Image ContestAdmit it: you want to be the next YouTube phenom or Facebook star.
Here’s your chance, all while spreading the word about sustainability: the UNH Sustainability Academy and Museum of Art, UNH are holding the university’s first-ever student sustainability video and image contest!
Current UNH students can enter a digital image or 3-minute or shorter video on what sustainability means to them -- and...Read More
GreenScreenTV did a great segment at the inaugural Institute for Corporate Sustainability, a partnership of our office, the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics, and NH Business for Social Responsibility. Check it out, and make sure to join us at the next Institute!
Incoming first-years and students returning to campus can furnish their rooms and apartments on the cheap and help the environment this fall, thanks to the efforts of a new student-led initiative. The project, called Trash 2 Treasure, collected more than 10,000 items discarded by students moving out in May; items will be sold at a huge three-day yard sale on the UNH campus during student move-in weekend.
Read on and get shoppin'!
How time flies.
Welcome back UNH students! Our gift to you? Our first fall newsletter!
Check it out for stories on UNH earning STARS Gold, Climate Counts' new partnership with UNH, a profile of Dr. Paula Salvio from Education, and much more.
Yesterday, UNH submitted its very first public STARS score, and I am happy to report that we got the gold!
UNH earns STARS Gold
We will be doing more press around this soon, but in the meantime I wanted to thank all of the MANY UNH departments, offices, and people who worked with us to collect, analyze and submit all the data and information needed.
It took more than a village.
It took the effort and coordination of many, many people, and we appreciate it!
In particular, I'd like to thank:...Read More