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Location
110 Johnson Hall (on the southeast "corner" of the Oval)
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1036

Phone/Fax
(970) 492-4165 / (970) 492-4130

Email
e.taylor@colostate.edu

Office Hours   Fall hours will be announced shortly.           

 

Who We Are

Emily Taylor, Director

Emily is an undergraduate student studying Political Science focused on Environmental Policy with a minor in Global Environmental Sustainability. With a passion for social change and science, she decided to pursue sustainability related issues in the political realm. She started off participating in student-led green clubs and service clubs in high school where she gained leadership experience. She is excited to take on her first year as Director of the Student Sustainability Center for the 2016-2017 school year.

Email: e.taylor@colostate.edu

 

Jack Van Vleet, Associate Director of Outreach

Jack Van Vleet is an undergraduate studying Rangeland Ecology, Ecological Restoration, and Conservation Biology at CSU. Jack has previously worked as an Eco-Leader educating himself and students about sustainable and environmental issues in the residence halls. He is dedicated to educating and helping people find ways to learn about and get engaged with sustainability projects and practices.  Jack is in charge of the Green Bulletin, the SSC Facebook Page, and our other forms of communication.  His job is to present the SSC and its partners in the best way possible.  Please contact Jack with any events that you would like the Student Sustainability Center to be aware of.

Email:  jackvv@rams.colostate.edu

 

Volunteers
As a registered CSU student organization, the Student Sustainability Center is powered by volunteers who help coordinate and carry out projects and events. These collaborative efforts make sustainability a reality at CSU and in the broader community.