OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY

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We work with students, faculty and staff to make Ursinus a greener place to study, work, and live.  We are everywhere on campus!  If you have any questions about sustainability or how we can help you get your green on, please come visit us, email or call.  We are here to help you have a more sustainable experience on campus.

UC Green News
Musician Frank Orrall Presents Story and Song
Musician Frank Orrall Presents Story and SongMusician Frank Orrall will bring his unique blend of music and story to Musser auditorium in Pfahler Hall  Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.  Orrall, who is a member of te Grammy-award-winning Thieveryt Corp., and founder and lead singer of Poi … Continue reading


Students Make Climate Ribbons for Climate March
Students Make Climate Ribbons for Climate MarchDowntown New York. The place I belong. Political, social and economic stability. For future generations to ENJOY the places I have. Clear night skies and stars. Acadia National Park. Beautiful wooded parks and trails. The beauty and magic of Cape … Continue reading


Green Roof at Berman Museum Gets New Plants
Green Roof at Berman Museum Gets New PlantsIn celebration of Sustainability Week at Ursinus, students, staff and alumni added new plants to the rooftop garden at the Berman Museum of Art. The planting event on the green roof was arranged by the Office of Sustainability’s Shannon Spencer, … Continue reading


CSCG Presents ‘A Tale of Toads and Men’ and More . . .
CSCG Presents ‘A Tale of Toads and Men’ and More . . .Tyrone Hayes, renowned biologist and Professor of Integrative Biology at University of California, Berkeley, will speak at the opening event of the Center for Science and Common Good Sept. 24 at 7 p.m., in Olin auditorium. His talk is titled, … Continue reading


Env. Studies Professor on Radio Times
Env. Studies Professor on Radio TimesAssociate Professor of Environmental Studies Patrick Hurley was a guest Sept. 19 on WHYY’s Radio Times. His spoke on his research topic, urban foraging.As the practice of foraging increases in U.S. cities, many parks managers are working to better understand … Continue reading


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Sustainability Program Coordinator
Brandon Hoover
Pfahler 112G
610.409.3161
bhoover@ursinus.edu

Campus Sustainability Planner
Shannon Spencer
Pfahler 112G
610.409.3159
sspencer@ursinus.edu


     

 

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