The Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium (NECSC) was established in October 2004 to support sustainability officers in advancing education about and demonstration of sustainable systems on university campuses in the northeast and maritime region. Organized around the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, the NECSC members have committed to an annual meeting that advances campus sustainability by providing close networking opportunities, professional development, and access to the area’s vibrant and growing college and university sustainability practitioner community. With no formalized structure, the NECSC is a collaborative, participatory network serving sustainability professionals in higher education in the northeast region.
To be added to the NECSC google group, please contact Ellen Fischer. The google group is to be used for idea-sharing and collaboration, facilitating calls about a particular topic, planning efforts associated with the annual meeting, and reminders of upcoming activities.
2019 Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium Conference
June 17-18 at The University of Southern Maine, in Portland, Maine.
The conference schedule is still under development.
Since 2004, NECSC steering committee members have committed to hosting annual gatherings. As planning continues for the next 10 years, additional host institutions will emerge.
|2005||Massachusetts (Harvard)||2014||Rhode Island (Brown University)|
|2006||Connecticut||2015||Massachusetts (University of Massachusetts)|
|2007||Maine (Bowdoin College)||2016||Massachusetts (Wellesley College and Babson College)|
|2008||New Jersey (Princeton)||2017||New Hampshire (Dartmouth College)|
|2009||Vermont (Middlebury and the University of Vermont)||2018||Connecticut (Wesleyan University)|
|2010||Montreal (McGill University)||2019||Maine (University of Southern Maine)|
|2011||Pennsylvania (Carnegie Mellon)||2020||Montreal (McGill University)|
|2012||New York (Syracuse University)|
Steering Committee members:
|Richard Bowden||Environmental Science Professor||Allegheny College|
Director of Sustainability Integration
|Dennis Carlberg||Sustainability Director||Boston University|
|Julian Dautremont-Smith||Chief Sustainability Officer||Alfred State|
|Amber Garrard||Education & Outreach Program Manager, Office of Sustainability||Yale|
|Heather Henriksen||Sustainability Director||Harvard University|
|Mary Jensen||Campus Sustainability Officer||Keene State College|
|Rosi Kerr||Sustainability Director||Dartmouth College|
|Barbara Kviz||Sustainability Director||Carnegie Mellon University|
Deputy Director, Office of Sustainability
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Rick Martin||Principle Sustainability Analyst||Syracuse University|
|Richard Miller||Director, Environmental Policy||University of Connecticut|
|Katherine Ng||Environmental Officer||McGill University|
|Rochelle Owen||Director of Sustainability||Dalhousie University|
|Keisha Payson||Coordinator for a Sustainable Bowdoin||Bowdoin College|
|Cathy Resler||Manager of Environmental Stewardship||Columbia University|
|Julie Rosenbach||Manager of Sustainability Initiatives||Bates College|
|Daniel Roth||Sustainability Coordinator||Cornell University|
|Margaret Bounds||Assistant Director of Sustainability||Connecticut College|
|Kurt Teichert||Resource Efficiency Manager||Brown University|
|Gioia Thompson||Director of Sustainability||University of Vermont|
|Shana Weber||Director of Sustainability (current Administrative Host for the NECSC)||Princeton University|
|Tina Woolston||Sustainability Program Director||Tufts University|
For general information or questions about the NECSC, contact Shana Weber, Director of the Princeton University Office of Sustainability at (609) 258-1518 or email@example.com.