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Monday-Thursday, October 8-11, 2012, noon-1 pm every day, Kellogg Library Plaza
Learn more about CSUSM’s sustainable energy initiatives. Events will include “Thank You For Recycling” lunch with President Haynes, tips for more sustainable living, “It’s Easy Being Green: Silent Spring at 50,” and walking tours of “green” buildings and features on campus, and more! More information here. Now available online: self guided tour map.
A Village Called Versailles
Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 6 pm, Arts 240
Special film screening from the San Diego Asian Film Festival, A Village Called Versailles is about the post-Katrina city efforts to put a toxic landfill where the Vietnamese American community lives in east New Orleans.
Cosponsors: San Diego Asian Film Festival
Environment & Ethics Faculty Panel
Wednesday, October 24, 2012, 6 pm, Markstein 104
This panel and discussion will feature CSUSM faculty experts on issues related to Silent Spring, including business ethics, environmental ethics, and sustainability. Panelists include: Pamela Stricker, Political Science; Greig Guthey, Liberal Studies; and Jessica Mayock, Philosophy. Watch recording of panel here.
Cosponsors: Faculty Center
Common Read Essay Contest
Second annual student essay competition. Top three essays win cash prizes and get featured in the Library’s Institutional Repository. First place essay goes on to compete at the county level. Special workshops provided by the Writing Center.
Cosponsors: Writing Center
Earth & Science Day
Saturday, March 16, 2013
A family-friendly event with outdoor picnic lunch, “green” campus tours of solar panels and wetlands, presentation by Prof. Wes Schultz, science demonstrations and more!