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Sustainability Video Lecture Series

In Fall 2012, Communications grad student Xiaoyu "Sherry" Dong began videotaping a series of mini-lectures on various sustainability-related topics by campus experts which can be used to enhance courses if/when the expert is not available in person. These mini-lectures are available on YouTube - click on the name of the lecture to be connected to the YouTube file. These same lectures are also available on the Sustainability at Ithaca College ITunes U site.

"An Overview of Sustainability" (1:24 minutes)
various contributors

"What is Sustainability?"  (20:04 minutes)
Marian Brown, Special Assistance for Campus and Community Sustainability

"What is Education for Sustainability?"  (51:41 minutes)
Jason Hamilton, associate professor, Environmental Studies and Sciences

"Ithaca College's Sustainability Commitments"  (40:09 minutes)
Marian Brown, Special Assistance for Campus and Community Sustainability

Ithaca College's Climate Action Plan (33:08 minutes)
Marian Brown, Special Assistance for Campus and Community Sustainability

"Business and Environmental Issues"  (51:44 minutes)
Marlene Barken, associate professor, Legal Studies and students in her Fall 2012 Marketplace Regulation and Consumer Protection (LGST 32000) class

"How an Organization Can be Sustainable to Employees"  (26:44 minutes)
Cory Young, associate professor, Strategic Communication
Interviewer: Xiaoyu "Sherry" Dong

"Climate Science: What Do We Know and Why Does it Matter?"  (38:41 minutes)
Susan Allen-Gil, professor, Environmental Studies and Sciences

"Trash Talk"  (15:11 minutes)
Mark Darling, sustainability programs coordinator, Facilities

"The Big Talk"  Sustainability Panel Discussion (December 2012)  (1:47:19 minutes)
Moderator: Mark Darling, sustainability programs coordinator, Facilities
Panelists:   Jason Hamilton, associate professor, Environmental Studies and Sciences
                 Tom Pfaff, associate professor, mathematics
                 Cory Young, associate professor, Strategic Communication