It is achieved through a broad set of bold actions taken across multiple facets of St. Edward's University, from the buildings we work, live, and study in, to academic and research opportunities, to the food that nourishes us in our dining halls. St. Edward’s recognizes its responsibility in educating and empowering the university community to work together for a more sustainable Hilltop.
Find out more about the Office of Sustainability. Take in some Green Tips for Toppers to make your life more eco-friendly. Read the latest news, events, and updates on the blog. Check out the campus sustainability map, or peruse the sustainability timeline. Learn what St. Edward's faculty, staff, and students are doing to improve the environment, or take a look at what sorts of sustainable initiatives are happening on campus.
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Here are some highlights that we’re particularly proud of:
Cristina is a liaison among campus operations, faculty, students and staff to collaboratively strengthen the sustainability culture on campus by increasing sustainability education and awareness and assisting all university departments towards a more sustainable campus. She is also the advisor of Students for Sustainability.
Eliza coordinates marketing efforts across our sustainability blog, website, internal communications platforms, and social media outlets. She also tracks and analyzes the effectiveness of these communication efforts to make sure that our audiences both on- and off-campus get the right information when and where they need it.
Ana assists with the coordination of communication strategies to promote campus sustainability, including planning of the annual Earth Week celebration. She also leads the Tree Campus USA application renewal, collects data for sustainability surveys, and analytically tracks greenhouse gas emissions for the university.
Michael is responsible for all facility construction and maintenance on the university’s 160-acre campus. He also chairs the Environmental Stewardship and Bell committees.
Brian is responsible for all Facilities operations including Building Maintenance, HVAC, Grounds, Automotive, Pest Control, Fleet, Custodial Services, Environmental Health and Safety, and Environmental Sustainability.
Kit serves as the University Architect — providing oversight for the development of the campus master plan and leadership for all new construction and major renovations.