The IU South Bend Unity Garden is a wonderful addition to our growing campus! The goal of this project is to provide fresh food to students and those in the surrounding community, while also acting as a tool to educate on the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits of having one’s own garden. As our garden […]
Tracy Horvath – Waste Reduction Coordinator As our Waste Reduction Coordinator, Tracy has taken on many projects to promote a sustainable lifestyle across our IU South Bend campus. She has created the “Tops Off” project, a campaign to collect bottle caps, the “Food Scrap Collection & Composting” project, an effort to collect food from the […]
Friendly reminder the next session of the Seeing Systems discussion group begins January 28th through March 4th. These six week discussions are every Monday 7-8:30PM at the Civil Rights Heritage Center. You can register by emailing to email@example.com by January 25th. Open to students and community!
Our first staff feature! This is Anthony Bush ( Tony ) from The Center for a Sustainable Future. He is a Sustainability Project Developer, and working on the Sustainability Tracking Assessment & Rating System ( STARS ) Report for IUSB. STARS is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to measure their sustainability performance. […]
No Waste November is right around the corner, and what a better way to celebrate is by setting an efficient, green goal for the month! Let me hear your goals in celebration of giving back to our earth.
Just a quick reminder that today is the last day to sign up for the Seeing Systems discussion group. Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Pick up your book at the Civil Rights Heritage Center during open hours. First discussion session starts October 8th at 7pm.
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Friendly reminder that the Seeing systems (six week discussion) registration is due by October 1st. Register by emailing the center email@example.com. Book pick up is at the Civil Rights Heritage Center before October 8th, which is the first session). Seeing Systems: Peace, Justice, and Sustainability connects the dots between three society’s most pressing challenges and […]
Did you know there is an on-campus housing garden??? Well, YES! This garden is filled with different kinds of fresh tomatoes, peppers, and delicious edible leaves. *Check it out sometime and grab what you want before the season change! *Located behind Creek building