Creating a more sustainable learning community
At Prescott College, we consider sustainability an integral part of our mission to educate students to "Think critically and project propose ethically with sensitivity to both the human community and the biosphere."
The Sustainability Council is a college-wide program that provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff to participate in creating a more sustainable learning community. The Sustainability Council is responsible for prioritizing sustainability initiatives proposed by community members and recommending new sustainability policies.
Current Sustainability Council Members
James Pittman, Co-Chair, Director of Sustainability 2010-present
Abby Davidson, PhD Program Student representative 2012-present
Christine Duffy, Master of Arts Program Student representative 2011-present
Julie Jurkowski, Alumni representative 2010-present
Aryn LaBrake, Staff representative 2011-present
Gregory Lazzell, Staff representative 2010-present
Pramod Parajuli, PhD Faculty representative 2008-present, Co-chair 2008-10
Peter Sherman, Master of Arts Faculty representative 2011-present
Vicki Young, Limited-residency Undergraduate Program Faculty representative 2011-present
Projects, Initiatives, and Resources
The Sustainability Council helps support and promote a variety of sustainability projects and initiatives ... Learn more >
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