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Join Us at the Annual SUST Symposium this Wed 5/1 @RooseveltU

Celebrate #EarthMonth2019 @RooseveltU by attending this week’s Spring 2019 SUST Symposium, which will be held on Wednesday, May 1st, from 2-5pm in Roosevelt University’s Wabash Building in Chicago (425 S. Wabash Ave.) and videoconferenced live via Zoom. Symposium 6.1 (Spring … Continue reading

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Today & Tomorrow @RooseveltU: Learn about Compost, Explore a Farmers Market, & More!

This April is #RUEarthMonth2019, and there are lots of ways to go green at Roosevelt as part of our campus sustainability efforts — from recycling and composting promotional events to fun urban ag field trips to our annual sustainability symposium. … Continue reading

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Celebrate Earth Day Today, & Go Green @RooseveltU this Week!

Earth Day is here! Get outside today if you can, rain or shine. Feel the sunshine on your face; or, the weather forecast holds up, bask in the overcast. (At least it won’t be snowing or sleeting.) Then, when you … Continue reading

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SUST Symposium 2019 on May 1st @RooseveltU

Celebrate #EarthMonth2019 @RooseveltU by attending the upcoming Spring 2019 SUST Symposium, which will be held on Wednesday, May 1st, from 2-5pm in Roosevelt University’s Wabash Building in Chicago (425 S. Wabash Ave.) and videoconferenced live via Zoom. Symposium 6.1 (Spring … Continue reading

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Urban Ecology Field Lab – Summer opportunity 2019

Hi folks, I am once again serving as the Program Coordinator for the Urban Ecology Field Lab, a summer research/mentorship program at the Field Museum of Natural History. We’re doing important research on biodiversity, soil/water relationships, and social engagement and … Continue reading

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Enter the Microcosm: SUST Prof Michele Hoffman Celebrates Marine Biodiversity 2/20 at 7pm in Lake County

Sustainability advocates, SUST and BIOL majors, biodiversity fans, ocean lovers, environmental policy wonks, friends near and far: tomorrow night 2/20 at 7pm at the Groton Community Center in Lake County is where you can enter the wondrous “Microcosm” of marine … Continue reading

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FOIA Workshop @RooseveltU Tomorrow! (Mon 2/18)

This workshop is ideal for SUST and SOC majors as well as CDA graduate students. If you’re on campus tomorrow and free at 11, we highly recommend attending! However, if you’re unable to make it, no worries: there will be … Continue reading

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