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4th Annual Sustainability Design Challenge

Guide to support Sustainable Design Challenge Teams with their research

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The 4th Annual Sustainability Design Challenge

The 4th Annual Sustainability Design Challenge is an event in which student teams of mixed majors get together to come up with solutions to promote good habits of sustainable action on campus. Proposals could take the form of an educational campaign, a physical object, a phone app, or any other form that best suits the solution, and could be in general categories such as waste reduction/diversion, energy or water conservation, transport to and from campus, and so on.

Info & Orientation Night: 

Thursday September 18, 6:30 - 8:30pm, McLaren 251
Hear about the competition, meet students from other majors, form teams. 

The Challenge: 

Saturday October 5th, 9am-7pm
Short kick-off meeting, break into groups to work, lunch together, work again, presentation of proposals to panel of judges, dinner and announcement of winners. Extended USF community and friends are invited to the presentations.

Questions? Contact sustainability@usfca.edu

Support your pitch with library research!

 

*This guide was originally created by Librarian Gina Solares. Thanks, Gina!