Lipscomb University Sustainability News
Move-Out Week at Lipscomb University
The institute for Sustainable Practice is hosting a move- out waste event. We will have recycling bins for clothes, bedding, rugs, food, glass,plastic and school supplies.
The Opportunities, Challenges and Impacts of the Internet of Things on Environmental Sustainability
Come here John Plunkett's Capstone project on April 26th form 4:00- 5:30pm. There are now more devices, sensors and systems connected to the internet than people.
Tour of Centennial Park's Sustainable Sites
We will tour Centennial Park’s phase one renovations completed in 2015 which incorporate SUSTAINABLE SITES methodology.
What do all the food labels mean? Join Dr. Stutzman for a discuss about food labels
What do all the food labels mean? Dr. Emily Stutzman Academic director of the Institute for Sustainable Practice at Lipscomb University will lead a discussion around this somewhat confusing topic.
Twelve ISP Students presenting in the Student Scholars Symposium
Twelve ISP students are gearing up to present their research this Thursday, April 13th as part of the Student Scholars Symposium, Lipscomb University's research day. This annual event will be held in the Ezell building and Allen Arena on Thursday, April 13, 2017.
Professor Galbreath spoke at Covenant College on"The Future of Environmental and Sustainability Professions"
Thank you to Dr. Heath Garris at Covenant College for inviting us down to speak on: "The Future of Environmental and Sustainability Professions" as part of their Friday ecology seminar series.
Lipscomb University's Service Day
Service Day at Browns Creek at Lipscomb Academy Elementary School
TN State Geologist Ron Zurowski joined ISP's Sustainable Earth Systems class
TN State Geologist Ron Zurowski joined us for our Geosphere module in our graduate Earth Systems Course last night.
Welcome our Spring 2017 ISP Graduate Students
On Monday, February 27 ISP hosted a new student orientation for incoming graduate students.
America Recycles Day
Just a couple days prior to America Recycles Day, Lipscomb hosted its annual recycling day event in its honor. The day was dedicated to e-waste and “hard-to-recycle” items.