Purpose/Membership/Goals

2013-14


Chair:

Michelle Rodriguez, Academic Senate Representative

Content Manager:

Secretary:

Vice President

 

Facilities Manager (1 representative):

Vacant

Cafeteria Manager (1 representative):

Vacant

Reprographics Manager (1 representative):

TBA

Bookstore Manager (1 representative):

Carol Rohe

Public Information Officer (1 representative):

Faculty:7 Representatives (at least one representative from science, art, and disciplines with substantial environmental impact) appointed by the Academic Senate for three-year terms).

Jill Moreno Ikari

Scott Starbuck

Angela Oberbauer

Michelle Rodriguez

Leslie Seiger

Dwayne Gergens

Classified Senate (2 representatives):

Laura Mathis

Associated Students (2 representatives):

 

Purpose

 

The Environmental Stewardship Committee functions as a shared governance committee whose goal is to educate faculty, staff, and students regarding recycling, conservation, and hazardous waste disposal. The committee investigates projects and policies that encourage compliance with AB 75 andencourages the college to satisfy the guidelines of SABRC (State Agency Buy Recycle Campaign).The committee oversees sustainable development on campus and works with building committees and green architects. The committee reviews the annual AB 75 report, and summarizes the findings for the Academic Senate. The committee assesses campus needs regarding recycling and environmental stewardship and provides feedback to the president.

 

Meetings

 

The committee will meet on one Monday a month from 12:45-1:45, or more often as needed.