The Sustainable Design Program explores and applies design theories, concepts, principles, and approaches to enhance understandings regarding the sustainability of a wide range of human derived and natural systems. Using the campus as a living learning laboratory, and drawing upon diverse design disciplines and traditions, projects in this area investigate multiple, interrelated themes such as material cycles, energy, landscapes, built environment, and sustainability metrics/assessment. The program emphasizes design collaborations among students, faculty and staff, toward the realization of sustainable design projects that serve simultaneously as tools for ongoing research, teaching and learning.

Marcus B. Sheffer

Marcus B. Sheffer

Thursday, Sept. 15, at noon in 112 Academic West.

Energy/environmental consultant Marcus B. Sheffer will give an overview of the Living Building Challenge™ Energy Petal.

Speaker series presented by Bucknell University’s Renewable Energy Scholars and the BCSE Sustainable Design program.

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