2022 Sustainability Awards

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2022 Campus Sustainability Awards

Town and Gown

Mark Carey and Kathy Lynn for their work organizing the Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples initiative.

 

Recognizes individuals or groups for projects that promote, educate or enhance a more sustainable community. Sponsored by Government and Community Relations.

Campus Design

Moira Kiltie, Robert Guldberg, and Patrick Phillips for the first building of the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact.

 

Recognizes units or individuals who have demonstrated leadership and creativity in support of the Oregon Model for Sustainable Development. Sponsored by Campus Planning and Design and Construction.

Student Leadership

The PNW Just Futures Institute student employees for their excellent, future-focused work.

 

Recognizes students who have made significant impacts towards human equity, environmental vitality, and economic well-being at the UO. Sponsored by the Student Sustainability Center

Sustainable Purchasing

CPFM Custodial Services for increasing use of "green" chemicals and their managed inventory system.

 

Recognizes an employee or team for the introduction of a sustainability best practice into their department or unit’s purchasing of goods or services. Sponsored by Purchasing and Contracting Services.

Research and Scholarship

Theresa May, Theater Arts. 

 

Recognizes a University of Oregon researcher whose research has made significant contributions to human knowledge related to sustainability. Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.

Innovation and Impact

Alexandra Rempel, Environmental Studies and Architecture

 

Recognizes a University of Oregon project whose innovations were developed in the course of UO research and are now offered as publicly available products or services that improve sustainability. Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.

Sustainable Campus

Scot Campbell for championing the transition to renewable diesel for the campus fleet.

 

 

Recognizes an employee or team for the introduction of a sustainability best practice into their department or unit's day-to-day work or their service to campus. Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Finance and Administration.

Sustainable Student Programming and Support

The EMU Craft Center for takeaway craft kits and other innovations during the COVID-19 pandemic to engage and support students.

 

 

Recognizes an individual, team, or department unit for student-focused programs, projects, or initiatives related to sustainability. Sponsored by the Division of Student Life

Excellence in Teaching

Galen Martin, Global Studies and Environmental Studies 

 

​​​​​​Recognizes faculty who have developed pedagogy and curriculum that reinforce and advance principles of sustainability through course design and instruction. Sponsored by Office of the Provost's Teaching Engagement Program.

Excellence in Teaching

Alaí Reyes-Santos, School of Law

 

​​​​​​Recognizes faculty who have developed pedagogy and curriculum that reinforce and advance principles of sustainability through course design and instruction. Sponsored by Office of the Provost's Teaching Engagement Program.

Green Athletics

First Student, Janet Cook, bus service, for providing shuttle transportation to Duck games.

Recognizes an individual, team, or departmental unit that is committed to enhancing and advancing sustainability within Athletics. Sponsored by University Athletics.

 

Videos filmed and edited by Cal Fenner.