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Going Green Expo

Green isn't just one of USF's school colors, it's also the direction the university is taking with the signing of the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment. President Judy Genshaft (right) signed the agreement at the recent "Going Green Tampa Bay Expo," where Bay area businesses and residents got a chance to learn about the newest energy saving ideas and devices. University Beat takes you to the Expo and tells you more about USF's commitment to become more "sustain-a-Bull."

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Video extras

USF President, Dr. Judy Genshaft, speaks before signing the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment.

Sharon Hanna-West talks about the cross-discipline masters' course on competing interests and financial conflict in land management that she taught with Dr. Robert Brinkmann, the chair of USF's Department of Geography and Environmental Science and Policy. The Lykes Group provided a "living classroom" for the course - its 340,000 acre Lykes Ranch.


For more information

Sharon Hanna-West, Exide Distinguished Lecturer, USF College of Business
E-mail: shannawe@coba.usf.edu or 813-974-6893



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