|43 Lower Memorial Union|
|Campus Center for the Environment|
|<ucdcce AT gmail DOT com>|
|Associated Students of UC Davis (ASUCD)|
|Friday, May 20th 2005|
The Campus Center for the Environment (CCE) cultivates a community of ecologically aware and active students through collaboration and education.
CCE shares its office with Project Compost in the Basement of the Memorial Union. Volunteer and Internship positions are currently available. The CCE published an annual Reorientation Guide for 2006, 2007, and 2008. To view PDF forms of past Reorientation Guides, go to the CCE Website and visit the documents link. To reduce paper production, CCE will switch to only on-line publications. CCE is in the process of experimenting with a monthly Reorientation Guide, featuring various articles on social justice, environmental issues and the student groups who are active in these fields. To sign up for the biweekly Reorientation newsletter, email CCE at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gotten in a bike crash lately? Somebody stole your bike? Is there a particular hazard that is dangerous to biking? Report it at Bike Wise.
If your campus group would like to register with the CCE, please email <ucdcce AT gmail DOT com>.
If you would like to volunteer or find out more info about the upcoming Spring Convergence, visit http://www.daviswiki.org/Spring_Convergence
If you would like reminders and more from CCE, please sign up to our listserve: email@example.com. Beginning in the Fall, we will be sending out a streamlined newsletter for your reading pleasure.
Maisie Borg is the Media Coordinator and handles all things communication.
Samantha Rubanowitz is the Sustainability Advisor and can help your club hold a zero waste event or become more sustainable in other ways.
Amanda Wentworth is the Campus Club Coordinator and is looking to connect existing environmental clubs with one another to effectively collaborate for change.
Issy DeMillan is the Volunteer Coordinator and can connect you with volunteer opportunities to help out the environment. How great is that!
Emili Abdel-Ghany and Lucas Hill are the Sustainability Research and Education Coordinators, and are the contact people for Field Guide to Sustainable Living in Davis and the Education for Sustainable Living Program.
Tessa Artale is the Unit Director and the point person for ASUCD and other organizations.
Mike Siminitus (2005-2006)
Aja Bettencourt-McCarthy (2006-2007)
Jamie Trinkle (2007-2008)
Jack Draper (2008-2009)
Lauren Jabusch (2009-2010)
Will Klein (2010-2011)
Tessa Artale (2011-2013)