|Submission Date||Aug. 1, 2011|
State University of New York at Oswego
PAE-20: Inter-Campus Collaboration on Sustainability
Does the institution collaborate with other colleges and universities to support and help build the campus sustainability community?:
A brief summary of papers, guides, presentations, and other resources the institution has developed to share their sustainability experience with other institutions:
The Center for Energy Education and Economic Solutions is a collaboration led by SUNY Oswego, and involving the Institute for Applied Geo spatial Technology at Cayuga Community College, Morrisville State College and the Auburn - Cayuga Development Corporation to develop new educational approaches and economic solutions for energy and economic development in Central New York.
The names of local, state, regional, national, and other campus sustainability organizations or consortia in which the institution participates and/or is a member:
The Center for Energy Education and Economic Solutions. Additionally, the college is a partner in the Center of Excellence in Syracuse, and a member of the Amos Project in Syracuse.
A brief summary of additional ways the institution collaborates with other campuses to advance sustainability :
The Center for Energy Education and Economic Solutions recognizes that energy issues, especially alternative energy, will become increasingly important in the very near future. SUNY Oswego leads the collaboration, pooling resources, research opportunities and education to make tomorrow’s leaders more aware and engaged in energy issues. The three colleges and the IAGT have partnered on a variety of efforts, and the funding allows the groups to coordinate and broaden their work regarding energy generation and economic development.
The website URL where information about cross-campus collaboration is available:
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