Michelle Beiler, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has participated as a faculty advisor for students involved in the SDP's campus greenhouse gas inventories.

Stephen Buonopane, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is a dedicated advocate for the sustainable design of buildings on campus and was a key participant in planning the 3rd Annual Sustainability Symposium "Imagine, Design, Create" which brought sustainable design issues to the forefront at Bucknell.

Thomas DiStefano, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has participated as a faculty advisor for students involved in the SDP's campus greenhouse gas inventories and is also involved in connecting his research in anaerobic digestion to the Living Greenhouse project.

Stephen Durfee, Campus Energy Manager, is the chair of the Bucknell Green Fund and works with students to design and implement energy and water conservation projects across campus.  He is also a key contributor to the Renewable Energy Scholars group and was instrumental in getting the Class of 2015's Eco-Screen installed at Bucknell.

Flora Eyster, Garden Education Coordinator, oversees the maintenance of the BCSE gardens, organizes garden volunteers, and assists with garden communications.

Kevin Gilmore, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, conducts research on the environmental impacts of green roofs and has mentored several students in research projects associated with the green roofs on campus.

Duane Griffin, Associate Professor of Geography, is a project director of the Bucknell Arboretum and one of its original founders.  His students worked on course projects that helped inform the Miller Run restoration planting design.

Wade Hutchison, Development Engineer, created the Renewable Energy Scholars' real time data display, and has served as an advisor to student interns who have upgraded the website.

Peter Jansson, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, serves as a faculty advisor for the Renewable Energy Scholars group and mentors students involved in the design of the Living Greenhouse.  He was also instrumental in helping the class of 2014 plan their gift of a 9kW photovoltaic solar array to Bucknell.

Keevin Larson, Faculty Associate, serves as a technical consultant to the Renewable Energy Scholars and donated equipment and labor for Bucknell's 900 watt wind turbine.

Alan Marchiori, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, advises students involved with Renewable Energy Scholars on matters concerning data collection and display.  He is a key member of the Living Greenhouse project team.

Donald Mulhern, Faculty Associate, serves as a technical consultant to the Renewable Energy Scholars and the Living Greenhouse project.

Ben Marsh, Professor of Geography, established the organic food garden at the BCSE and is an active member of the Garden Research and Oversight Working Group (GROW Group).

Merritt Pedrick, Director of Operations, has assisted with the implementation and maintenance of several SDP projects including the BCSE gardens, the Comprehensive Waste Audit, the green roofs, and the Living Greenhouse.

Jack Raup, Shop Technician for Physics and Chemistry, assisted the Renewable Energy Scholars in testing, constructing, and installing the 900 watt wind turbine.

Nathan Siegel, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, serves as a faculty advisor for the Renewable Energy Scholars group, and mentors students involved in the design of the Living Greenhouse.

Mark Spiro, Associate Professor of Biology, is a project director and one of the original founders of the Bucknell Arboretum and also helped establish the organic food garden at the BCSE.

John Testa, Grounds and Labor Supervisor, has assisted with the implementation and maintenance of several SDP projects including the BCSE Gardens, the Comprehensive Waste Audit, the green roofs, and the Living Greenhouse.

Michael Toole, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, serves as an advisor to students working on the Living Greenhouse project.

Amanda Wooden, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, is a dedicated advocate for the sustainable design of campus buildings and serves as the faculty advisor for the new sustainability-themed affinity house at 23 University Ave.  Her Environmental Studies Research Methods students provided valuable assistance to the Comprehensive Waste Audit.

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