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Earth Week

Environmental Science students and staff pose in electric vehicle Sparky during Earth Week 2011

Earth Week 2012

Get behind the wheel and help drive the effort to "Build A Sustainable U" by participating in Earth Week 2012.

Building A Sustainable U

Earth Weeks 2012| April 17 - 27

Earth Week 2012 Logo

Earth Weeks 2012 is the continuation of a tradition that brings the AU community together with a full schedule of events to celebrate our campus and our planet. Building on the great success of Earth Week 2011: Green Campus, Green Communities, this year's events have been given the overarching theme "Building A Sustainable U"- a testament to the ambition and drive of the AU community to live sustainably.

From April 16 – 27, departments, clubs, and offices throughout campus will contribute to the fun-filled and educational celebration with events and activities focused on building the skills necessary to be responsible environmental stewards.

Please join us in our celebration. Below is a full schedule of events and the link to the entry form for our Six Words for #AUEarthWeek Project and raffle, where you can win an iPad and other great prizes. On the right sidebar are links to more Earth Week resources and lists of participating AU groups as well as the sponsors whose financial support makes Earth Week possible. On the right is a live feed of twitter activity using our #AUEarthWeek hashtag - join in the festivities on facebook and twitter and help bring Earth Week to Eagles around the world.

Participants

Recognizing the groups and individuals who make Earth Month possible.

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Raffle - Six Words for #AUEarthWeek Project

Tell us what "Building A Sustainable U" means to you in six words or less, and automatically be entered in a raffle to win a New iPad, solar messenger bag, and other great prizes. All AU students, faculty, staff, and alumni are eligible. Winners will be announced on Friday, April 27th.

Click here for the online entry form and to learn more about the Six Words for #AUEarthWeek Project.

Earth Week Six Word Story

Ongoing Events:

 

Environmental Jobs and Internships Display - Begins Wednesday, 4/18

Career Center (5th Floor Butler Pavilion)

The Career Center will be highlighting resources that it has on green jobs. Stop by and check out some books on green careers as well as information on Environmental Job and Internship sites. 

For more information please contact Lena Armentrout.

 

The View from UPEACE - Opens April 19th and runs through May 12th

SIS Atrium

This exciting exhibition showcases photos taken by members of the UPEACE community in different locations, under different circumstances. The purpose of this rich and impressive exhibit is to share with as many people as possible the particular vision of UPEACE, which is to promote respect and tolerance in today's world.  The main intention of the exhibit is to demonstrate that building peace is always possible.  Members of the UPEACE community are peace leaders with a strong personal commitment to transform conflicts.

For more information, please contact Oscar Morera.

 

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Monday, April 16:



Sustainability Fund Research Presentations - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Battelle Atrium

Recipients of AU's first-ever Sustainability Fund grants present the results of their research.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

TOUR: Sustainability Tour - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Tour Begins at Sharjah Plaza outside the SIS Building

Accompany Office of Sustainability staff on a guided campus sustainability tour of our green buildings, green roofs, and green energy systems.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

Taste Test Fair Trade Chocolate - 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Quad outside MGC

Come and try delicious fair trade chocolate and compare it to mainstream chocolate brands such as Hersheys, Mars and Nestle. Fair Trade products, such as chocolate, promote equity in international trade, economic development and social justice through better trading conditions for marginalized workers and producers. Information will be available on other fair trade products including Dr. Bronner's soaps. 

For more information please contact Conor Jackman.

 

SPEAKER: Food Movements Unite! Strategies to Transform Our Food Systems - 5:30 pm

SIS Founders Room

Eric Holt-Giménez, executive director of Food First/ Institute for Food and Development Policy, and Ben Burkett, a fourth-generation farmer from Mississippi and president of the National Family Farm Coalition, come to SIS to speak about food movements and the power of transforming our food systems. Brought to you by the Global Environmental Politics program.

For more information please contact Professor Garrett Graddy.

 

SPEAKER: Advocacy for Renewable Energy - 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Butler Conference Room

What are the prospects of a national energy policy? Discuss the current state of environmental energy policy with Professor Robert Musil from the School of International Service. Professor Musil is the former CEO of the 1985 Novel Peace Prize-winning Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) and author of "Hope for a Heated Planet: How Americans Are Fighting Global Warming and Building A Better Future." He has devoted his career to advocating for a transition to renewable energy.

For more information please contact Scott Berman.

 

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Tuesday, April 17:



Campus Beautification Day - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Campus Wide

Register for Campus Beautification Day (CBD) at the flag pole area opposite the MGC entrance on the Quad starting at 8:00 am on the day of the event. Wear comfortable clothing and we will supply the rest. There are 19 planting sites across campus to choose from, and the highly anticipated Eco-Goats will make an appearance. The gardening activities wrap up at noon at the CBD BBQ in the amphitheater at noon.

For more information, please contact Mark Feist.

 

Pod on the Quad - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Quad

Bring items to donate to AU's annual Project Move Out Community Sale. All items collected will be sold for less than $10 on Saturday, May 5th. All proceeds will benefit local charities and any unsold items will also be donated.

For more information, please contact Mark Feist.

 

Electronic Waste Collection - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Quad

Bring your personal electronics cluttering your space to the Quad. All personal e-waste will be recycled or reused and diverted from the landfill.

For more information, please contact Helen Lee.

 

Tree Planting with Casey Trees - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

AU Community Garden (behind Leonard Hall, beside tennis courts)

Help plant one of several fruit trees at the new home of AU's Community Garden. We'll be planting fig, cherry, and persimmon trees to create an orchard. To participate in this planting, you must register in advance using our quick online form. Bagels and coffee will be provided.

For more information, please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

Earth Weeks Kick Off & BBQ - 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Amphitheater

Help celebrate AU's Earth Weeks Kick Off by enjoying a free BBQ lunch, hear from AU President Neil Kerwin, find out our final standing in this year's national RecycleMania competition, and learn about a historic White House donation to the AU Arboretum from SPA Executive-in-Residence Anita McBride. See below for more events taking place during the BBQ. All Campus Beautification Day volunteers are eligible for prizes that will be raffled during lunch.

For more information, please contact Katherine Kirlin.

 

Green Teacher of the Year Award Presentation - 12:00 PM

Amphitheater

Find out which AU faculty member has been named the 2012 Green Teacher of the Year by the Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning as part of the Earth Weeks Kickoff and Campus Beautification Day BBQ. The award will be presented by Provost Scott Bass and Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning (CTRL) Director Naomi Baron.

For more information please contact Anna Olsson.


Test-Drive the Chevy Volt - 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Roadway Behind Amphitheater

Test-drive GM's Chevy Volt electric vehicle during the Earth Weeks Kickoff and Campus Beautification Day BBQ. Test drives will begin on the roadway behind the Sports Center Annex and Amphitheater. If you would like to test-drive the Volt, please use our quick online form to register in advance. You must be 21 to drive the car and 18 to be a passenger. Registration will be on a first-come first-served basis, and there will be time for approximately 15 test drives, so sign up right away.

 

SPEAKER: Architect of the Capitol Stephen Ayers - 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

EQB Lounge

The Honorable Stephen T. Ayers will discuss his role as Architect of the Capitol, as appointed by President Barack Obama, and how sustainability plays a key role in the historic preservation of one of our nation's most iconic structures. Click here for a short biography of Mr. Ayers.

For more information, please contact Joshua Kaplan.


SPEAKER: Zen of Environmental Activism - 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

SIS 300

How can we best work for environmental protection? What is the connection between our inner lives and external activism? Stacy Kava, Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Vermont specializing in Buddhist environmental thought, will address these questions and more.

For more information, please contact Professor Paul Wapner.

 

Student Film Premiere: "Cutting Your Meat: The Environmental Effects of Meat Production." - 8:00 pm

Ward 2

AU student Cristina Kladis created a documentary about factory farming with funding from the AU Sustainability Fund. View the premiere of her 30-minute documentary, and learn about how meat production and consumption affects the environment, as well as how AU sources its meat. Guest speaker Michael A. Weber, Program Director at Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM), will speak after the film.

For more information please contact Cristina Kladis.

 

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Wednesday, April 18:



Pod on the Quad -11:00 am - 2:00 pm - RAINED OUT, Rescheduled May 2-4 all day on the quad

Quad

Bring items to donate to AU's annual Project Move Out Community Sale. All items collected will be sold for less than $10 on Saturday, May 5th. All proceeds will benefit local charities and any unsold items will also be donated.

For more information, please contact Mark Feist.

 

Electronic Waste Collection - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm - RAINED OUT, Rescheduled May 2-4 all day on the quad

Quad

Bring your personal electronics cluttering your space to the Quad. All personal e-waste will be recycled or reused and diverted from the landfill.

For more information, please contact Helen Lee.

 

AU Farmer's Market - 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Quad - Between MGC and Bender Library

Shop for fresh, local produce right here on campus. The AU Farmers' Market features a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, butter, cider, granola, and yogurt from Agora Farms; hearth-baked breads, pastries, and cookies from Upper Crust Bakery; and micro-roasted coffee beans from FreshOffTheRoast.

For more information please contact Matthew Barresi.

 

TOUR: Sustainability Tour - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - RAINED OUT, Rescheduled for Friday 12-1

Tour Begins at Sharjah Plaza outside the SIS Building

Accompany Office of Sustainability staff on a guided campus sustainability tour of our green buildings, green roofs, and green energy systems.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

TOUR: Arboretum Tour - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm - RAINED OUT, Rescheduled for Thursday, 1-2

Tour begins in front of Library

More than 2500 trees—over 130 different species and varieties—provide a shady canopy, beneath which thrives a layered understory of flowering trees, shrubs, ornamental grasses, and seasonal plantings. Beds display bold arrangements and striking combinations of plants, all carefully selected by our landscape architects and tended by staff arborists and horticulturists. Learn more on a tour of the American University Arboretum and Gardens provided by Grounds staff.

For more information please contact Stephanie DeStefano.

 

Green Eagle Research Presentations - 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

MGC 245

AU's Green Eagle ecoreps present the outcomes of their year-long personal research projects to tackle sustainability issues on AU's campus.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

Eco-Poetry Slam - 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anderson Conference Room

Do you like to write poetry? Do you like the Earth? Do you like winning prizes? Enter Eco-Sense and AU Poetics' poetry contest. 

Submit your earth-themed poem to au_eco_sense@yahoo.com by midnight on Tuesday, April 17th. Aspiring Eco-poets will read their poems to the audience during the poetry slam on Wednesday, April 18th. After everyone has read their poem, the audience will vote on their favorite by donating money. All proceeds go to the AU Sustainability Fund in support of student, staff, and faculty research projects. The winning Eco-poet will receive a $50 gift card.

For more information please contact Eco-Sense.

 

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Thursday, April 19:



Low-Carbon Diet Day - All Day Thursday

Terrace Dining Room (TDR)

All day long on Thursday, TDR will be preparing dishes that are delicious but don't raise the temperature of the planet. The Low Carbon Diet is food service provider Bon Appétit's program to acknowledge the significant connection between food and climate change. The TDR menu will feature five themes:

  • You Bought It, You Eat It - Don't Waste Food
  • Make "Seasonal and Regional" Your Food Mantra
  • Moooove Away from Beef and Cheese
  • Stop Flying Fish and Fruit - Don't Buy Air-Freighted Food
  • If It's Processed and Packaged, Skip It

Find out more about Bon Appétit's Low Carbon Diet initiative on their website. For more information please contact Isbella Diaz.

 

Test-Drive An All-Electric Nissan Leaf - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Quad/Nebraska Lot

Have you always wanted to drive an electric car? Now you can. The all-electric Nissan Leaf will be available for test drives on campus. Sign up for a test drive using our quick online form to register in advance.You can also register at the car display on the quad between 11 am - 12:30 pm. Head over to the Nebraska Parking Lot between 12:30 and 2 PM for a 10 minute test drive. You must be 21 to drive the car and 18 to be a passenger. Registration will be on a first-come first-served basis, and there will be time for approximately -13 15 test drives, so sign up right away. Brought to you by Chevy Chase Nissan.

For more information please contact Emily Curley.

 

Green Eagles Sustainability Fair - 11:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Quad

Join the Office of Sustainability's Green Eagle ecoreps for food, games, music, and fun on the quad as they show off their sustainability skills. Learn how to make your own recycled paper, find local and organic food near campus, get tips for greening your study abroad experience, and even make your own sustainable beauty products.

For more information please contact Emily Curley.

 

Tie-Dye on the Quad with EcoSense - 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Quad

Bring a white t-shirt or other item of clothing to tie-dye with student environmental club EcoSense. All proceeds go to the AU Sustainability Fund in support of student, staff, and faculty research projects.

For more information please contact Adam Beckerman.

 

TOUR: Arboretum Tour - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Tour begins in front of Library

More than 2500 trees—over 130 different species and varieties—provide a shady canopy, beneath which thrives a layered understory of flowering trees, shrubs, ornamental grasses, and seasonal plantings. Beds display bold arrangements and striking combinations of plants, all carefully selected by our landscape architects and tended by staff arborists and horticulturists. Learn more on a tour of the American University Arboretum and Gardens provided by Grounds staff.

For more information please contact Stephanie DeStefano.

 

GEP/NRSD Alumni Reunion - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

SIS - Abramson Family Founders Room

This reception for alumni and current students* of the Global Environmental Policy and Natural Resources and Sustainable Development programs will precede the opening of the "View from UPEACE" photo exhibition in the SIS atrium and will provide an opportunity to catch up with favorite professors and old friends, meet new faculty and current students, and see the new SIS Building. Food will be provided. Please RSVP to gep@american.edu to ensure enough food is catered.

*This event is open only to current students and alumni of the GEP/NRSD programs.

For more information please contact Professor Judith Shapiro.

 

SPEAKER: Bill Fitzhugh, National Museum of Natural History - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Ward 2

Bill Fitzhugh, archaeologist and director of the Arctic Studies Center at the Museum of Natural History will speak on April 19th about his work in the Arctic and its relation to climate change, in addition to describing the upcoming Arctic Studies Conference to be held next fall. Brought to you by the AU Archaeology Club.

For more information please contact Maura Bainbridge.

 

SCREENING: Earth Days: the Seeds of Revolution - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

MGC 247

Earth Days is both a poetic meditation on man’s complex relationship with nature and an engaging history of the revolutionary achievements — and missed opportunities — of groundbreaking eco-activism.

For more information please contact Scott Berman.

 

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Friday, April 20:


 
TOUR: Sustainability Tour - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Tour Begins at Sharjah Plaza outside the SIS Building

Accompany Office of Sustainability staff on a guided campus sustainability tour of our green buildings, green roofs, and green energy systems.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

 
WORKSHOP: Practical Gardening - 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Community Garden (behind Leonard Hall, beside the tennis courts)

Want to learn more about gardening, urban agriculture, and composting? The AU Community Garden will celebrate its brand-new location by hosting a workshop for the campus community on planting seeds, managing a garden, and making your own nutrient-rich soil. Get your hands dirty, learn some gardening skills, and have fun! 

For more information please contact Jennifer Jones.

 

SCREENING: Planet Earth - 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

McDowell Formal Lounge

Kick back, relax, and come watch the epic BBC series Planet Earth. Organic snacks will be available as a fundraiser for the AU Sustainability Fund - all proceeds will support student, staff and faculty research projects. Brought to you by EcoSense and the Zeta Psi Fraternity. RSVP on facebook.

For more information please contact Adam Beckerman.

 

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Saturday, April 21:


 
SERVICE PROJECT: Storm Drain Labeling - 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Meet at the flag pole outside MGC for registration & instructions

Storm drains send runoff directly into our rivers. Help educate the public by labeling storm drains to remind people to keep hazardous materials out of our drains and waterways. Sponsored by the District Department of the Environment, AU Center for Community Engagement and Service, AUSG Community Service Coalition, and EcoSense.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

LiveGreen Green Rush 2012 - 2:30 - 5:30 PM

Throughout DC - Meet at Logan Circle

Green Rush is a city-wide eco-scavenger hunt hosted by Live Green and Clean Currents where teams compete in crazy-fun challenges for a $1,000 grand prize. Organize a team with your club, office, or group of friends and have fun while supporting the green economy, celebrating Earth Day and getting out into DC in a way you've probably never experienced before! Team registration ends on Monday, April 16th, so sign up right away. For more information and for easy online registration, visit the Green Rush website.

Students: There is a student discount on Green Rush tickets of $15 off the regular ticket price. Use the code GRstudent when you register online.

For more information please contact Elli Nagai-Rothe.

 

Lyrids Meteor Shower  - 10:00 pm - 2:00 am - RAINED OUT

Jacobs Turf Field

Get a new perspective on our planet by looking beyond it and be part of something bigger than yourself. The Lyrid meteors - April's "shooting stars" - tend to be bright and often leave trails. About 10-20 meteors per hour at peak can be expected, but the Lyrids are known for uncommon surges that can sometimes bring the rate up to 100 per hour. A new moon guarantees a dark sky in the late night and morning hours to provide a great show. Blankets will be provided, or you can bring your own. The Society of Physics Students will be providing telescopes to get an even better look at the meteors. RSVP on the facebook event. Brought to you by University Center Events and the Society of Physics Students.

For more information please contact Andrew Addison.

 

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Sunday, April 22: Happy Earth Day!



TOUR: Sustainability Tour - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - RAINED OUT, Rescheduled for Wednesday, 4/25 at noon

Tour Begins at Sharjah Plaza outside the SIS Building

Accompany Office of Sustainability staff on a guided campus sustainability tour of our green buildings, green roofs, and green energy systems. Please RSVP by clicking here so we know how many guests to expect.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

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Monday, April 23



Real Food Dinner Theater - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Hughes Formal Lounge

Enjoy dinner with a hearty helping of political satire about our food system. The evening will feature a murder mystery play centered around the theme: "Who killed the small farmer?" Together diners and actors will participate in a dialogue about our current cultural and agricultural issues over the dinner table. Only 30 tickets are available, so if you are interested in attending please e-mail Real Food AU to RSVP. The event is free but donation of $5 is suggested. Brought to you by Real Food AU and AU Players.

For more information please contact Real Food AU

 

SPEAKER: Gene Karpinski, President of the League of Conservation Voters - 8:10 PM

Ward Circle Building Room 204

Gene Karpinski, President of the League of Conservation Voters since April 2006, will discuss how to politically organize for environmental progress. Mr. Karpinski will be speaking to Professor Robert Musil's Global Warming & U.S. Environmental Policy class, and visitors are welcome to come hear the lecture. 

For more information please contact Professor Robert Musil.

 

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Wednesday, April 25



Eco-Sense Chicken Out Fundraiser - 11:00 am to 8:00 pm

Chicken Out - 4866 Massachusetts Avenue, NW

Eat at Chicken Out on Wednesday and tell the cashier that you are with Eco-Sense, and a portion of the cost of your meal will go toward the AU Sustainability Fund in support of student, staff, and faculty research projects. RSVP on facebook

For more information please contact Adam Beckerman.

 

AU Farmer's Market - 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Quad - Between MGC and Bender Library

Shop for fresh, local produce right here on campus. The AU Farmers' Market features a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, butter, cider, granola, and yogurt from Agora Farms; hearth-baked breads, pastries, and cookies from Upper Crust Bakery; and micro-roasted coffee beans from FreshOffTheRoast.

For more information please contact Matthew Barresi.

 

TOUR: Sustainability Tour - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm 

Tour Begins at Sharjah Plaza outside the SIS Building

Accompany Office of Sustainability staff on a guided campus sustainability tour of our green buildings, green roofs, and green energy systems. Please RSVP by clicking here so we know how many guests to expect.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

Green Eagle Research Presentations - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

MGC 245

AU's Green Eagle ecoreps present the outcomes of their year-long personal research projects to tackle sustainability issues on AU's campus.

For more information please contact Joshua Kaplan.

 

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Thursday, April 26


Farm Bill 101: Teach-In with Freshly Baked Pies - 7:00 PM

SIS 300

In preparation for the April 27 symposium U.S. Farm Bill 2012: Policy & Potential, the symposium's steering committee invites you to Farm Bill 101. Learn about this massive legislation and its far-reaching implications from current SIS graduate students while enjoying freshly-baked pies. This will be a zero-waste event, so BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) if you want to wash those pies down.

For more information please contact Sonia Saini.

 

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Friday, April 27: Grand Finale Town Hall and Symposium

SPEAKER: EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson Town Hall - 10:30 am - 11:30 am

SIS Abramson Family Founders Room

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson

Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Earth Week 2012: Building A Sustainable U is highlighted this year by a visit from EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson. The Administrator will be hosting a Town Hall in the LEED-Gold SIS Building on Friday, April 27th at 10:30 AM. The entire campus community is invited to come with their questions about the EPA and environmental health and protection. The Town Hall will be moderated by Kogod Executive-in-Residence Dan Jacobs. Brought to you by the Kogod School of Business' MS in Sustainability Management Program.

SYMPOSIUM: US Farm Bill 2012: Policy and Potential - 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM

SIS Abramson Family Founders Room

Stick around after EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson's Town Hall for an exciting academic symposium. The Symposium will provide a forum wherein growers, community advocates, policy-makers, scholars, and students from across the disciplines can meet to discuss the forthcoming US Farm Bill 2012.  Our goal is to broaden and deepen this critical conversation—within and beyond academia—and reflect upon the many issues at stake in this legislation.

The event will include an esteemed panel featuring Rep. Chellie Pingree (co-sponsor Local Farm, Food & Jobs Act), USDA Under Secretary of Agriculture Michael Cluse, and Dan Imhoff, an author on food policy and systems in the US.  Two additional discussion panels will feature the domestic and foreign implications of the bill, featuring representatives from several organizations, including Food & Water Watch, Environmental Working Group, Oxfam America, IFPRI, and the Institute for Policy Studies.

Schedule

9:30 a.m. - Neo-Agrarian Campus Tour (AU Community Garden & Beehives)

Noon - Sustainable Lunch with Farmers’ Presentation ($12 for students; $20 for non-students). To purchase tickets, click here.

1:30 p.m. - Panel 1 - U.S. Farm Bill at Home: From CAFOs to SNAP

3:15 p.m. - Panel 2 - U.S. Farm Bill Abroad: From Aid to Trade

5:00 p.m. - Keynote Roundtable

6:30 p.m. - Reception in the Garden

For a full schedule of Symposium events and to register for the event's sustainable lunch, please visit the Symposium website. You can also RSVP on facebook. The Symposium will also be live-streamed online for those who cannot make it in person.

For more information, please contact Sonia Saini.

 

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Other Events in April

 

Yoga for the Earth - Wednesday, 4/11

McDowell Formal Lounge - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Do you like Yoga? Do you like the Earth? Come do Yoga with EcoSense and Professor Paul Wapner. The entrance fee is $5, and all proceeds go to the AU Sustainability Fund in support of student, staff, and faculty research projects.

For more information please contact Adam Beckerman.

 

Coffee in the New SIS Terrace Garden - Thursday, 4/12

SIS Terrace Garden - 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

The School of International Service invites you to come enjoy free Davenport coffee in the newly renovated Terrace Garden. Come sip drinks and learn about the garden's history, all while enjoying the newest place to hang out on campus.

For more information please contact Kristi-Anne Caisse.

 

Library Nature Photography Contest - Until Friday, 4/13

Send submissions to aulibphoto@gmail.com  

The AU Library is accepting entries for their Earth Day photo contest through Friday, April 13th. The winning nature photos will be framed and displayed in a prominent library location. For details and full contest rules please visit the library website.

For more information please contact the AU Library.

 

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