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NJHEPS Committee Openings

We could still benefit from a few more members on the below committees. If you know of someone with the expertise and/or interest to serve, please forward them the below message. I am happy to talk with them about their interest and where they would best be an asset to our organization.

NJHEPS Committee Position Openings

Interested in volunteering for a leadership position with NJHEPS? If you have expertise or an interest in promoting sustainability in the areas of education, development, facilities, architecture, construction, energy or scholarly and/or action-based research, consider becoming a member of one of the following committees:

Development/Membership

Chair: Charles Lamb, County College of Morris

Education

Chair: Ashwani Vasishth, Ramapo College

Energy

Committee Chair: Michael Kornitas, Rutgers University

Facilities and Construction

Committee Chair: John Hone, Union County College

Research

Committee Chair: Scott Mittman, Essex County College

If you are interested in serving, please email us at njheps@gmail.org.

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  • 26 Jun 2011 2:30 PM | Anonymous
    By Amanda Nesheiwat
          Power Shift was a national conference organized by the Energy Action Coalition that brought together over 10,000 students from around the country to Washington D.C’s convention center from April 15-18th. Power Shift’s main goal was to get campuses and communities to come together to talk about clean energy and our concern about the environment. There were a number of inspirational speakers such as Bill Mckibben and Al Gore who encouraged us to take a stand and that this is our moment to unite to set things right. The theme of the entire weekend seemed to be that “every generation needs a revolution.” 

    *Registration coming soon!


     

    Ever since I’ve come back from this conference I’ve been staying in contact with other state coordinators around the north eastern region and they are organizing and networking and educating their peers. It’s important to create a support system. We understand that if we want to shift the power then we have to shift the paradigms.  

            I had the privilege of representing New Jersey and facilitated a state break out session where many colleges and universities from the state came together for an open discussion on how we can come up with the solutions and create the network that we desperately need. The state of NJ now has a facebook page called, New Jersey Sustainable Collegiate Partners, where colleges will be posting events from their schools and participating in discussions and giving advice to schools that need it. Students from around NJ have also begun planning a NJ Powershift with the help of members of the Energy Action Coalition and NJHEPS. We hope to recreate the excitement and inspiration that we all experienced at our NJ Power Shift Halloween event taking place October 29th and 30th at Stockton College!  We have an action packed schedule that promises to be a fabulous event.

            We are going to need to make a lot of sacrifices for this movement to work. The men and women of our history have sacrificed and fearlessly stood up for what they believed was justifiably right, we must do the same. They started our revolution, now is the time to start ours. Power Shift was an amazing experience that we will never forget. It was the event that brought the youth leaders of America together, and is the catalyst of the social movement that is already here.

    If you are interested in being a part of the New Jersey Sustainable Collegiate Partners FaceBook page, find us or e-mail me at amandanesheiwat@gmail.com

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Winter Newsletter: Call for Campus Initiative Submissions

The NJHEPS winter newsletter will be available February 1. If you would like to highlight an initiative such as new facilities or energy project, academic program, new course, student activity, research or scholarly work on your campus, please reach out to Kristie Reilly at njheps@gmail.com.

Please submit a two paragraph abstract of the project you would like highlighted in the newsletter and include a link to a more detailed website if you wish (optional). Please allow seven days for review and a return follow up email regarding acceptance.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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