The Committee on Sustainability advises the Executive Vice Presidents on all matters related to the University’s commitment to sustainability and how those impact the future of the University including interrelated environmental, financial, teaching, research, and social aspects. In carrying out this charge, the Committee shall be engaged in the following:
Fostering the development and dissemination of sustainability knowledge through research and teaching.
Promoting the highest-standards of sustainable practice on Grounds.
Engaging the civic and academic communities in topics associated with sustainability.
Contributing to and reporting on progress in achieving the University’s sustainability goals.
Cheryl Gomez, Director of Operations
Phoebe Crisman, Global Studies Director, Professor of Architecture
The Civic Engagement Subcommittee (CES) works to expand and deepen sustainability into the UVA community, both on and off of Grounds. CES seeks to promote, engage, and advocate for policies and practices that build an inclusive, safe, healthy, and equitable community aligned with environmental principles to advance the well-being of this and future generations to come.
Nina Morris, Office for Sustainability
Dirron Allen, Student Affairs
CES is open to all students, faculty, and staff to join at any time and meets monthly. To find out more information and get engaged, email email@example.com
- Equity & Environment Fund
- UVA Sustainability Award
- Environmental Justice Martin Luther King Community Celebration Events
- Earth Week
The Environmental Stewardship Subcommittee (ESS), a subcommittee of the University Committee on Sustainability, promotes and enables environmental stewardship via student, staff, and faculty engagement and direct action on Grounds. There are currently 13 working groups and five task forces within the subcommittee.
Donald Sundgren, Associate Vice President and Chief Facilities Officer
Andrea Trimble, Sustainability Director
ESS and its working groups are open to all students, faculty, and staff to join at any time. To find out more information about a specific working group or task force, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Teaching and Research Subcommittee, a subcommittee of the University Committee on Sustainability, seeks to develop opportunities for interdisciplinary curriculum development and research. The subcommittee supports a University-wide living-learning laboratory approach and serves as a resource for faculty engaged in promoting sustainability literacy through teaching and research. The Subcommittee is co-chaired by Jim Galloway and Bill Shobe.
Teaching & Research Subcommittee is open to all students, faculty, and staff to join at any time and meets monthly. To find out more information and get engaged, email email@example.com