Sustainable Enterprise Accelerator
2010 Green Clubs
AmeriCorps Community Fellows – Environmental Team: Chris Stefanides (5 team members)
This group of members coordinates volunteer opportunities and projects surrounding the topics of sustainability and the environment. These projects include education, preservation of natural spaces, and other areas of interest to the members, campus, and the surrounding community. This group is coordinated through the Center for Student Involvement & Leadership. All five members must complete 300 hours of community service while focusing on sustainability projects.
Amnesty International – Erin Kelley/Felicia Daroci (30 members)
Amnesty International is a non partisan human rights advocacy group. We undertake education and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of the rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination, within the context of its work to promote all human rights. On campus, Amnesty hostsa variety of events to engage and educate the campus community about these issues.
Environmental Geosciences Society-Bethany Meskel (33 members)
This is a student based organization with two faculty advisors. G.G.E. club was created in the 1950s to enhance the awareness of the earth sciences and to provide opportunities for students to get involved in their local, regional and global environment. The club is dynamic because it incorporates multiple fields of science, bringing together students who care about the environment. We provide opportunities for personal growth and education within the field(s) of geology/environmental sciences.
Outing Club – Anna Thornily (60 Members)
The group enjoys outdoor recreation and promotes outdoor activities to Slippery Rock Students. The Outing Club is also a great way to network and socialize with students who enjoy the same outdoor activities as you. Activities include but are not limited to Rock Climbing, Hiking, white water rafting etc.
Park Ranger Society-Justine Hubler (68 members)
The Park Ranger Society is organized to bring together students interested in the park and resource management profession in a social and academic atmosphere and is designed to aid the student’s personal and professional development.
Slippery Rock University Cycling Club/SRU Green Bike Initiative – Alex Kopko (15 members)
The Cycling Club brings together all cycling enthusiasts on campus to create a network and opportunity for people who are seeking to ride race and learn about bicycles. This is also a club sport that races intercollegiately in the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference (ECCC). The Green Bike Initiative is an attempt to get bicycles to those who want or need them with a public fleet and personal giveaways.