CU’s Environmental Center is partnering with the Student Outreach and Retention Center for Equity (SORCE) to bring nationally renowned social innovator, Markese Bryant sparking a new generation of leaders on campus working on issues of diversity, social justice, and sustainability. The bridge between ecological sustainability, diversity, and social justice is not always seen and this intensive, innovative weekend program signifies a shift at both the Environmental Center and SORCE to help make those connections more visible.
For more information about social entrepreneur, Markese Bryant, check out his profile here & his music video.For more information on the Innovation Lab, please contact the CU Assembly for Sustainability & Equity: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish at 303-492-3229.
There are lots of opportunities for you to get involved in the energy conservation movement. Learn more about each of these programs by clicking on the links in the menu to the right. Do you know of an energy program on campus that isn't listed here? Please contact Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish and let her know: email@example.com, 303-492-3229.