Earth Day 2013 activities announced for Kent TrumbullPosted Mar. 8, 2013
The Kent State University at Trumbull Office of Student Activities has announced a series of events and activities in observance of Earth Day 2013, which occurs April 22.
Among the activities is an event/service/project contest is also planned, with cash prizes for the top three entries and gifts for all participants. Participants are asked to implement a project, service or event linked to reducing, reusing, recycling or other positive environmental or habitat impact. Participants must present their idea, service, project or event on April 17 between Noon-1:30 p.m. in the Lower Commons of the Classroom/Administration Building. All are welcome and encouraged to stop by the presentations! In order to enter the contest, you must submit a one-paragraph proposal outlining the project/service/event you will be implementing - as well as all participants - by April 10, 2013 at Noon. All proposals should be sent to Jacob Roope at firstname.lastname@example.org. All contest participants must be Kent State Trumbull students. Participants may enter all Earth Day Campaign contests.
The Great Green Leap - Demo Fair
Kent Trumbull will be hosting demonstration fair that is open to all students, faculty, staff and community members. Come and explore hands on activities. Learn how to operate a Kill A Watt reader! Explore the various majors Kent State University has connected to sustainable energy and the environment. A representative from Workforce Development will be available to talk about the professional training Kent Trumbull has to offer professionals and businesses concerning sustainability and green initiatives. Learn how to make your own non-toxic cleaning products. Make your own health and beauty products. Learn how to build a collapsible greenhouse for less than $200 and much more! It will be taking place in the Lower Commons of the Classroom/Administration Building on April 2, 2013 from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. This event is free and is open to all students, faculty, staff and community members.
Kill A Watt Project!
Ever wonder how much electricity the everyday devices in your household consume each year? How much money is also being consumed by these devices? Here is your chance to find the answer to your questions! For this activity participants will need a “Kill A Watt” device. They will use this device to measure the amount of energy common household devices use on daily and yearly basis. Participants must complete all of the activities on the “Kill A Watt" worksheet to learn how much energy various devices are using. Kill A Watt devices may be checked out from the Kent Trumbull Library for a short period of time. All devices must be returned on-time or you will be assessed a late fee. Completed worksheets should be dropped off to the advising office and placed in Jacob Roope’s mailbox. Completed worksheets will allow participants to be entered in to a drawing for prizes. All participants receive a gift for participating in this activity, but only three participants will win grand prize. For questions, contact Jacob Roope at email@example.com. Prizes include a choice of an Energy Audit of your home ($50 value) or $50 cash (3 Winners). Completed forms must be turned in no later than April 10, 2013 at Noon to the advising offices of Kent Trumbull. All contest participants must be Kent Trumbull students. Participants may enter all Earth Day Campaign contests. For help with any of the math problems, please stop by the Learning Center located in the Classroom Building near the bookstore.
Education and Creating Awareness!
An educational component will be featured each Monday through Thursday beginning March 11 and running through April 18. Stop by the "Go Green" table (look for the balloons) which will be located in the Lower Commons on the Classroom/Administration Building to learn how you can save money and "Go Green" as well as enter a drawing to win prizes by committing yourself to going green. Stop by the “Go Green” table and research the various ways you can reduce your carbon footprint. Next, deposit your commitment card into the canister and join fellow students, faculty, staff and community members in making northeast Ohio a more sustainable place to live!
Taking the Great Green Leap Workshop
Learn simple steps to achieve cost-effective, eco-friendly and healthy living. This fun and informative workshop will be taking place in the Kent Trumbull Library computer lab on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. This workshop is free and open to all students, faculty, staff and community members. There will be a t-shirt giveaway for participants that attend this event!
Helping to Make Kent State Trumbull a Greener Place Challenge!
From March 11- April 22, students, faculty and staff are being asked to help reduce the carbon footprint of Kent Trumbull. Check your email to learn how you can help.
For additional information, rules or general questions, contact Jacob Roope at 330-675-8858 or firstname.lastname@example.org.