Biosystems Engineering Club is teaming up with Gila Residence Hall's engineering leadership wing (ezone) to build a garden in the hall's backyard. 

Research Theme:
Food Systems and Security, Natural Environment and Biodiversity, Urban Environment

A Student Optics Chapter (SOCK) project that revolves around building a solar powered grill. BBQ's have never been more sustainable! 

Research Theme:
Energy, Informatics, Modeling, and Remote Sensing, Urban Environment

A project to divest the UA campus from fossil fuels

Research Theme:
Climate and Adaptation, Energy, Urban Environment

To install a small cistern on the UACG Ramada. This will divert water for educational purposes on what and how to harvest rainwater.

Research Theme:
Water

To partner with Cooking on Campus and teach students how to cook a sustainable meal and why it’s important to incorporate sustainability into food choices

Research Theme:
Food Systems and Security, Public Health, Science Engagement

Establishing a Farmers Market on campus

Research Theme:
Food Systems and Security, Public Health, Urban Environment

The Handbook is a way for people to understand how to plant according to seasons and water allow in Southern Arizona

Research Theme:
Food Systems and Security, Water

A Food Day event is organized and celebrated by the Food for All Committee, which has invited the Garden Committee and Compost Cats to participate in a ‘food cycle’ themed event. Each group would have a stall to demonstrate the growth, harvest and decomposition of food. This task may be delegated to a single intern or manager and would require communication and co-planning with the FFA Committee and Compost Cats.

Research Theme:
Food Systems and Security, Public Health, Science Engagement

SFS built and planted a garden behind the Marshall Foundation on University to service some of the restaurants on University with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Research Theme:
Food Systems and Security, Natural Environment and Biodiversity

This survey gathered state from various students around campus to give the office of Sustainability a more indepth look at how efforts around campus have impacted the student population.

Research Theme:
Governance, Law, and Policy, Science Engagement

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