Bucknell University's third annual Sustainability Symposium took place March 26-27, 2015. The event featured a day of Bucknell faculty-led panel discussions capped by an evening keynote speaker on Thursday, March 26, followed by a day-long Student Sustainability Symposium in partnership with the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC) on Friday, March 27.

The Sustainability Symposium was sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Bucknell Center for Sustainability & the Environment, the School of Management, the College of Engineering, the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, the Rooke Chair in the Historical and Social Context of Engineering, the Environmental Studies Program, and the Managing for Sustainability Program.

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Jason McLennan, Keynote Speaker and Founder of The Living Building Challenge.

Jason McLennan, Keynote Speaker and Founder of The Living Building Challenge.

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Art Installation by Anna Kell's Painting I class

"Figure/Ground"

Art Installation by Anna Kell's Painting I class

At the third annual Sustainability Symposium, Bucknell students and faculty imagined the possibilities of sustainable design - including building homes with straw bales.

A House of Straw by Matt Hughes
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Sustainability - Thursday Group - April 2015

Sustainability - Friday Group - April 2015

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