Join fellow students from across the Mid-Atlantic to swap peer education stories and strategies at the region’s premier conference for student sustainability educators.
Join fellow students from DC, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and beyond as we swap peer education stories and strategies at the region’s premier conference for student sustainability educators.
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Registration includes: attendance at all SEED events, keynote speaker, and sustainable lunch.
Submit a presentation proposal
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Students from the following colleges and universities attended SEED in 2013.
- The George Washington University
- University of the District of Columbia
- University of Maryland, College Park
- Towson University
- College of William and Mary
- University of Richmond
- Villanova University
- West Chester University of Pennsylvania
- The Pennsylvania State University
- University of Pennsylvania
- West Virginia University
- Stetson University
- American University
What Will We Learn?
Sample workshops and presentation topics from SEED 2013 included:
- How Your Diet Can Save the Planet
- What to do When People Say "No"
- Communicating Passionately
- Visioning Sustainability on Campus
- How to Start a Beekeeping Club
- How to Create Your Own Green Dorm Room
- The AU Community Garden and How it Grows
- Greeks Going Green
The Green Eagle Sustainability Peer Educators, with American University's Office of Sustainability.
School of International Service (SIS) Building on American University’s main campus: 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20016.
Parking: Driving directions are located in the link above, and carpools are highly encouraged. Parking is available in the Nebraska Avenue Parking Lot at the intersection of Nebraska and New Mexico Avenues, and in the parking garage beneath the School of International Service Building, accessible from the same intersection. Parking is free after 5 PM and on weekends.
Carpool: Coming from outside DC and need to find a ride to SEED? Check back soon for a link to the official SEED 2014 carpool webpage, hosted by AU's official carpool network, Zimride. Simply post where you're coming from, whether you'd like to offer or are looking for a ride, and the website will match you with the closest ride.
Public Transit: American University is located on the Metro's Red Line at the Tenleytown-AU stop. Upon exiting the metro station, walk straight to the corner of Albemarle and 40th (straight ahead past the Panera and Sears on the left). The American University shuttle bus arrives approximately every 15 minutes and provides a free ride to the main campus (no ID required). Get off at the second stop after the traffic circle (Ward Circle Building) and the School of International Service Building will be straight ahead on the right.
Walking from the Metro: American University's main campus is 3/4 mile from the metro station and is a 15 minute walk straight down Nebraska Avenue, after passing the Embassy of Japan on the right and the Department of Homeland Security on the left.