Gallery

PostersAsia Rahman poster

GDT 104 – Earth Day 2017

A collection of the excellent posters for  Earth Day 2016 created by Rebecca Cifaldi’s Graphic Design students.

 

 

 

GDT 104 – Earth Day 2016

A collection of the excellent posters for  Earth Day 2016 created by Rebecca Cifaldi’s Graphic Design students.

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GDT 104 – Earth Day 2015

A collection of the excellent posters for  Earth Day 2015 created by Ingrid Ankerson’s Graphic wp3b53db89_05_06Design students.

 

 

Videos

Great Lakes water rights
and conservation
Nick Shroek video

Nick Schroeck, executive director of the
Great Lakes Environmental Law Center, spoke about ground water rights, conservation, and the controversial practice of
“fracking” March 14, 201 at Washtenaw Community College. His talk was sponsored by the WCC Faculty Sustainability Literacy Task Force.


Huron Watershed PSAHRWC PSA

Jon Mullins, a student in Matt Zacharias’ VID 203 Web Video class created this PSA project in association with the Huron River Watershed Council.

 

 

H2O HeroH2O Hero

Students in Matt Zacharias’ VID 203 Web Video class created this PSA project in association with the Huron River Watershed Council.

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Presentations

Dr. Debra Rowe: Education and Action for a Sustainable Future  – Keynote Presentation, January 2010

This presentation will address the national trends in education and actions for a sustainable future. Trends from other colleges in the areas of curricula, planning, student life, purchasing, facilities, workforce development, community partnerships, and staff daily choices and norms will be described. Opportunities for WCC will be explored and participants will receive resources to help us all move toward a more prosperous and sustainable future.

wp5c192f2f_05_06Dr. Debra Rowe:  Higher Education for Sustainable Development in the U.S. –Trends, Resources and Opportunities, Faculty Presentation, January 2010

This presentation will address the national trends in education and actions for a sustainable future. Trends from other colleges in the areas of curricula, planning, student life, purchasing, facilities, workforce development, community partnerships, and staff daily choices and norms will be described. Opportunities for WCC will be explored and participants will receive resources to help us all move toward a more prosperous and sustainable future.

wp319f9bed_05_06Your Carbon Footprint – WCC Environmental Lecture Series, 12-11-2008, Dale Petty

How to determine your impact on climate change, how to decrease it, and why you should care.