Author Archives: Beth Goad

5 Tips for Creating Your Own Blog

Have you considered starting your own blog?  Whether it’s for personal or professional reasons, blogging can be a great way to share your story and connect with others.  There are many benefits to blogging. I’ve had a personal blog for … Continue reading

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Sustainability Committee’s Sustainable Spotlight of the Month

The Sustainability Committee thinks that the Division has some really great sustainable efforts going on and we’ve decided to put the spotlight on some individuals that are spearheading these wonderful efforts. This month’s Sustainability Spotlight highlights Ann Doyle and the Outreach … Continue reading

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Blogging Basics

Beth Goad gives some tips and insights into blogging!  Please consider writing a post for this blog – or who knows, we may come find you and ask for your thoughts! Has a colleague asked you to write a blog … Continue reading

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Sustainability Committee Update Fall 2012

For over two years, the Divisional Sustainability Committee has been looking for ways to promote sustainable issues on campus and tell others how the Division goes about doing so. This directly supports the BSU Strategic Plan in the Environment Focus: … Continue reading

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2012 Bear Feet Challenge – A First Year Success

by Mike Storey, Athletics Congratulations go out to Residence Life and Housing for being the inaugural winner of the 2012 Bear Feet Challenge.  Second place went to University Police, with the Rondileau Campus Center earning third place honors.  The goal of the … Continue reading

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Sustainable Efforts in the Office

Submitted by: Amanda Surgens, Assistant Director for Operations, Office of Residence Life and Housing Many of us can say that we do our best to practice sustainable efforts in our homes; we probably recycle paper, plastic and glass, we don’t … Continue reading

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Reducing Your Carbon Fooprint: The ‘what, why, and how’

By Lindsey Bruno, Assistant Director – Conference and Event Services Office What is a carbon footprint? A carbon footprint is a measurable amount of carbon dioxide and methane emissions that is sent into the atmosphere as a result of an … Continue reading

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