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    • Green, Blue and Gold: Recommendations for Environmentally Conscious Athletics at SMCM 

      Schneider, Lilian F. (2015)
      As sustainability becomes an increasingly important issue around the world, people are looking for more ways to incorporate environmentally sustainable practices into their lifestyles. Athletics and recreation have a ...
    • A History of Sustainability at St. Mary's College 

      Weller, Katherine (2015)
      For my project I am looking at the history of sustainability at St. Mary's College, through the different research and projects that have been done. Over the years there have been countless environmental projects and ...
    • EnvironMentors Chapter at St. Mary's College of Maryland 

      Rupard, Whitney D. (2015)
      Launching an EnvironMentors program at St. Mary's College of Maryland will establish a secure relationship between our educational facility and St. Mary’s County Public Schools with the objective to increase environmental ...
    • St. Mary's College Sustainable Community Cookbook 

      Kersey, David (2015)
      The community members of St. Mary's College of Maryland are interested in and responsible for sustainability because of the rich ecological, historical and cultural resources on campus. This sustainably minded approach has ...
    • Reducing Paper Consumption at St. Mary's College of Maryland 

      Whiteis, Caitlin (2015)
      In attempts to decrease resource consumption at St. Mary's College, I am trying to lessen paper usage on campus. In order to accomplish this I will be encouraging students and professors alike to use Blackboard in order ...
    • Proposal: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory at St. Mary’s College of Maryland 

      Chimento, Cyrus A. (2015)
      In order to see progress towards climate neutrality, and sustainability in general, a baseline measure of campus emissions must exist. The goal of this project was to build a foundation for this baseline measurement by ...
    • Reviving the SMCM Healing Garden 

      Piegols, Joseph (2015)
      Since the first Earth Day in the 1970s, countries around the world have been taking steps toward a greener planet and toward a more sustainable lifestyle. A relatively young concept within the realm of sustainability ...
    • Greening the Grab n' Go: Reducing the Plastic Waste of Dining Services at St. Mary’s College of Maryland 

      Caradine-Taber, Sophia (2015)
      This project aims to reduce plastic waste of the Grab n’ Go food service at St. Mary’s College of Maryland by stopping the usage of plastic bags and by replacing plastic utensils with compostable wooden utensils. Stopping ...
    • St. Mary's Day of Service 

      Irvin, Lucas (2015)
      One of the defining principles of the St. Mary's community, as stated in the St. Mary's Way, is a culture of community service. Whether this is a characteristic of the college or a goal for it, there is not sufficient ...
    • Saving Energy: Occupancy Sensor Lighting 

      Derlan, Benjamin H. (2015)
      In order to supplement campus efforts to reduce carbon emissions, I have conducted research on tactics to reduce lighting energy use. This included the history of sustainable lighting at St. Mary’s College, case studies ...
    • Waste Disposal Action Plan for St. Mary’s College Pub 

      Braker, Andrew (2015)
      To promote a more sustainable St. Mary’s I am going to increase organization and efficiency of waste disposal practices at the Pub/Grab & Go on campus. Through the introduction of effective signage, the sorting of waste ...
    • Sustainable Seahawks: The Opportunity for St. Mary’s Eco-Reps 

      Beker, Max W. (2015)
      St. Mary’s College of Maryland is a small liberal arts college that is trying to be more sustainable, and although environmental and sustainability focused education is not part of our core curriculum, the St. Mary’s campus ...
    • Caffeine Without Consequence: Implementing a Reusable Cup System at The Daily Grind 

      Lee, Eric (2015)
      Waste reduction is one of the main concerns when it comes to sustainability, and college campuses around the world have a big role to play in that. Disposable food and beverage containers comprise a significant portion of ...