Leading the Green Challenge Conference Nov. 8
Penn State has become known as one of the national leaders in sustainability. The efforts of the University has had a huge impact on the campuses and has served as models for other universities. On March 3, 2010, the first Leading the Green Challenge Conference was held at University Park. Over 250 people attended and the results from this conference not only benefited the environment but also helped to reduce operating costs for the University.
Penn State University faculty and staff now have an opportunity to attend a one-day conference to find out how they can play a role in Penn State's sustainability efforts. The 2010 Leading the Green Challenge Conference will be held on Monday, November 8 at Penn State Great Valley. By attending this sessions, faculty & staff will learn how they can play a part in promoting sustainability in their area.
More information on the 2010 Leading the Green Challenge Conference can be found by clicking here.
Register for the Great Valley conference.
Monday, November 8
For additional information contact:
Human Resource Development Center; Rick Capozzi, 814.865.2753, firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Sustainability Office; Erik Foley, 814.865.2714, email@example.com
Penn State Harrisburg; Barbara Hundertmark, 717.948.6004, firstname.lastname@example.org
Penn State Great Valley; Carole Brush, 610.648.3347, email@example.com