|Submission Date||Dec. 18, 2015|
University of Nevada Las Vegas
EN-5: Outreach Campaign
Solid Waste and Recycling Manager
Rebel Recycling Program/FMA
Has the institution held at least one sustainability-related outreach campaign directed at students within the previous three years that has yielded measurable, positive results in advancing sustainability?:
Has the institution held at least one sustainability-related outreach campaign directed at employees within the previous three years that has yielded measurable, positive results in advancing sustainability?:
The name of the campaign (1st campaign):
A brief description of the campaign (1st campaign):
UNLV's student organization, Take Back the Tap partnered with UNLV's Facilities Management to increase awareness of alternative drinking methods to single-use plastic bottled water and make hydration stations such as the Brita Station or the Elkay more accessible for student and the UNLV community. Through the funding from Facilities Management, Take Back the Tap was able to reach out to different departments on campus and give the opportunity for those departments to purchase a hydration station by the means of matching funding. Take Back the Tap also did various other activities to increase awareness of why hydration stations are an important alternative through tabling events, class presentations, larger social events, and putting up plagues that provide facts about plastic water bottle consumption and recycling.
A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign (1st campaign):
Because of the high popularity of the hydration station and support from students and UNLV, hydration stations have grown from 2 hydration station in 2011 to over 50 hydration stations in 2015.
The website URL where information about the campaign is available (1st campaign):
The name of the campaign (2nd campaign):
A brief description of the campaign (2nd campaign):
UNLV's Faculty and Staff Treatment (FAST) Center
The UNLV Student Wellness Center offers healthcare services to faculty, staff, and their dependents (ages 5 and older) at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. The F.A.S.T. (Faculty and Staff Treatment) Center provides fast and convenient access to medical care for UNLV employees and their dependents. FAST offers scheduled appointments or same-day appointments in the clinic. FAST continually performs outreach to educate faculty and staff dependents on the comprehensive health services offered to UNLV faculty, staff, and dependents in the FAST Center. FAST has collected outcome data from their patient satisfaction questionnaires and have received positive results.
A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign (2nd campaign):
Results indicated that 95 percent of faculty and staff provided healthcare services agreed that they were happy with treatment and/or services provided.
The website URL where information about the campaign is available (2nd campaign):
A brief description of other outreach campaigns, including measured positive impacts:
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