By M. Lee Upcraft

ISBN-10: 0787902128

ISBN-13: 9780787902124

For practitioners in any respect degrees of expertise, Assessment in scholar Affairs presents a single-volume, sensible source on utilizing review to boost and enhance all features of scholar affairs. It comprises exact counsel for pupil affairs employees on how you can verify scholar wishes, scholar pride, campus environments, campus cultures, and pupil results. And it explains how senior employees can hire evaluation findings in strategic making plans, coverage improvement, and daily choice making.

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7 billion in the last two centuries, energy consumption has risen 17 18 Anthony D. 1 Despite the impressive array of environmental protection laws and programs in industrialized countries since 1970, all living systems—oceans, fisheries, forests, grasslands, soils, coral reefs, wetlands—are in long-term decline and are declining at an accelerating rate, according to most major national and international scientific assessments. Humans are challenged by a staggering array of toxic chemicals that persist and are affecting our health and the viability of large ecosystems.

Laura Matson, coauthor of chapter 4, “Measuring Campus Sustainability Performance: Implementing the First Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, and Rating System (STARS),” offers a candid response: “The largest misconception on campus is that sustainability leadership is all about the campus’s energy consumption. Energy conservation is hugely important . . so it is no wonder that many institutions start key initiatives here, but energy conservation is not the only thing that colleges can do to demonstrate sustainability leadership.

Higher education will practice and model sustainability. A campus will “practice what it preaches” and model economically and environmentally sustainable practices in its operations, planning, facility design, purchasing, and investments and will link these efforts to the formal curriculum on an ongoing basis. 5. Finally, institutions will implement new forms of partnership with their local and regional communities to help make them socially vibrant, economically secure, and environmentally sustainable.

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