Earth Week Expo
UVA Earth Week Expo: Cultivating Change
Increased nitrogen levels contribute to air and water pollution. Enjoy a complimentary buffet of locally produced food while learning how U.Va. nitrogen research is cultivating new understanding of the environment and prompting institutional and individual changes.
A Free Lunch and Learn Community Event
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Newcomb Hall, 3rd Floor
Exhibits – 11:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Numerous exhibits will feature University of Virginia sustainability initiatives and faculty and student research.
Newcomb Hall Ballroom, South Meeting Room, Gallery, Lounge, Kaleidoscope Room
Speakers – Noon to 1 p.m.
Newcomb Hall Ballroom
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Architect for the University
U.Va.’s Vision for Change
Personal Change: Reducing your nitrogen footprint
Institutional Change: Reducing U.Va.’s nitrogen footprint
Fifth Annual Student Sustainability Project Competition – 1 to 3 p.m.
Community sustainability experts will judge a wide variety of student posters. In addition, attendees can vote on the People’s Choice Award for an outstanding poster.
Complimentary Parking at the Central Grounds Garage, 400 Emmet Street
The UVA Earth Week Expo is sponsored by the University of Virginia’s Committee on Sustainability, Dining Services, Community Relations Office, Facilities Management, and Office of the Architect. The expo is a zero waste event.