Beyond Recycling: Reframing Sustainability As A Social Justice Issue
Due to the ever-changing complexities of our global climate and our current campuses, it is essential to consider sustainability as a subject that addresses multiple interconnected human issues such as racial injustice, gender equality, distribution of wealth, integrity, food security, holistic wellness, and community service.
Disability Knowledge Community - Elections Nominations Committee Information
We are soliciting nominations of members to serve as the next Chair, or Co-chairs, for NASPA’s Disability Knowledge Community. The KC Chair is elected for a three-year term: one year (March, 2018-March 2019) as KC Chair-/Co-chair-elect and two years (March 2019-March 2021) as KC Chair/Co-chairs.
Sustainable Living for Students
As consumers, the products we choose to purchase can greatly impact the environment, but what exactly should incoming university students purchase and how can these products really make a difference? This post aims to illustrate the value of purchasing sustainable products that students can use in the residence halls and off-campus housing in an effort to make things easier for administrators, parents, and students.
Five things early-career professionals can do as they transition to an SCU
Secrets of a Sustainable Summer Cookout
It’s cookout season, and there are tons of cookout options that will make your summer party more sustainable. Here are our favorite ways to make a summer cookout a sustainable cookout.
Thank You For Being a Mentor
Dr. Jennifer Miles, Ed.D., explores the importance of mentorship in student affairs