Office of Sustainability
The mission of the Office of Sustainability is to coordinate strategic planning that emphasizes the intersection of academics and operations through a “campus as living laboratory” approach to sustainability, to implement the comprehensive University Sustainability Plan, and to advocate for sustainability efforts in university, regional, and national affairs through collaboration with students, faculty, staff, local community, and partners across higher education.
Sustainability Steering Council
The role of the Sustainability Steering Council, formed in 2012, is to advance sustainability at Princeton through ongoing strategic planning and overall Sustainability Plan review. Membership includes faculty, students, staff, and senior administrators.
Membership: Professor Michael Oppenheimer, Assistant Professor Elie Bou-Zeid, VP Facilities Mike McKay, Assistant Director PEI Kathy Hackett, Forbes College Director of Studies Patrick Caddeau, Engineering School Director of Communications Steven Schultz, Senior Manager OIT Leila Shahbender, Manager Office of Sustainability Shana Weber, graduate student Jenna Losh, Ben Barron '13, Deesha Sarma '13
Princeton Sustainability Committee
The Princeton Sustainability Committee (PSC) is a 15-member group comprised of students, faculty and staff who work closely with the Office of Sustainability to track University policy on the environment and to encourage and assist with implementing improvements to existing policy and environmental performance.
The PSC also helps to foster new ideas that will enhance Princeton's commitment to sustainability through administration of the High Meadows Sustainability Fund. The Fund supports Research, Education and Civic Engagement initiatives as directed in the Princeton Sustainability Plan.
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