Author Archives: Emily Schmidt
Reduce, reuse, recycle. Many of us heard this three-word mantra early on in our educational careers. Even though it may have been a while since you’ve thought about these words, they’re still important. Below are some tips of how you can reduce, reuse and recycle while you study for finals. Save time, energy and maybe […]
Sustainability is a complex concept that can be applied to a variety of topics. Luckily, the library has a diverse collection of films, which covers a great deal of these topics. If global warming is of interest to you, Everything’s Cool might be of interest. Or, if water is your area of focus, Liquid Assets, […]
Suggested resources to compliment your research.
Ed note: Ohio University is celebrating Earth Week April 22-26, 2013. We are celebrating the week with a series of posts about Alden Library and Resources to compliment research on Sustainability, Environment and Global Issues by Environmental Studies Intern, Emily Schmidt. With the beginning of spring comes the start of a new growing season. Soon […]
The Common Experience Project on Sustainability (CEPS), a new sustainability initiative on campus, is aimed at educating and exposing students to sustainability concepts. An interdisciplinary project, CEPS focuses on utilizing collaborations across campus to enhance students’ sustainability literacy. CEPS collaborators and partnerships include the University College, the Office of Sustainability, Environmental Studies, Residence Life, The […]