Join the Office of Sustainability and UConn’s environmental student organizations to see how you can get involved with saving the planet! Joining a club is a great way to learn, make friends, and take action for nature. Come say hello!
Date: Wednesday February 15, 2023
Time: Event is open from 2:30-5pm
Place: Wilbur Cross North Reading Room (red star in map below)
List of Organizations Tabling
-Office of Sustainability
-Soil & Water Conservation Society (UConn Chapter)
-Environmental Justice Front
-UConn Formula SAE
-Clean Energy Society
-UConn Outing Club
-Spring Valley Student Farm
-UConn Beekeeping Club
-Engineers Without Borders
-Additional clubs added once registrations come in
Is your club interested in tabling? RSVP HERE! Details on set-up and clean up can be found in the form.
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It’s very difficult to get an invitation to attend COP27. What made it possible for you?
Attending the COP27 would not have been possible without the critical coordination and fundraising support provided by the UConn Office of Sustainability through the UConn@COP Fellowship program. This year, 14 students and seven faculty and staff members attended the conference from UConn. Funding for the program comes from a variety of sources, including business sponsors, alumni donors, and university departments and professors. The UConn@COP Fellowship program depends on the continued support from these donors every year to give students access to this transformative experience as part of their time at UConn.