At Ohio State, we empower our students to gain experience and knowledge so they may become future sustainability leaders. We create a variety of leadership and experiential learning opportunities for our students to turn their passions and ideas into solutions.
Ohio State’s students are innovating and creating new sustainability knowledge and innovations.
The Sustainability Institute is pleased to offer funding to support undergraduate, graduate or professional student research or campus as a lab projects in the areas of sustainability and resilience. The application process for 2020 is now closed. Information regarding 2020-2021 academic year grants will be posted later this calendar year
Each year, Ohio State students coordinate Time for Change week, highlighting sustainability efforts and hosting programs for students to educate each other about sustainability. The Sustainability Institute collaborates with offices across campus to assist in these efforts and supports leadership development of students throughout the planning process.
We provide mentoring and funding support to the student leaders for the Time for Change Week student Sustainability Fair and the Women in Sustainability Breakfast. The breakfast brings sustainability professionals to campus to network with students and discuss career paths, challenges and growth for women in the sustainability field.
If you are interested in learning more about how you can engage with sustainability at Ohio State, sign up for the student sustainability newsletter at http://go.osu.edu/subscribe2020 or reach out to Sustainability Institute staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. This newsletter is a collaboration between the Sustainability Institute and Student Life, Energy Management and Sustainability. On Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, you can also follow @GreenBuckeyes, Student Life Energy Management and Sustainability, and @OhioStSustain, which features Ohio State sustainability news.
February 20, 2020
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