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CNM Journey to Sustainability, AASHE 2014

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From Humble Beginnings
Established 1965
155 Students
Vocational School
Preparatory School
Job Training
Changing Lives and Building Community
Central New Mexico Community College
To Seven Campuses
Main Campus
JMMC Campus
Westside Campus
South Valley Campus
Rio Rancho Campus
Workforce Training Center
Advanced Technology Center
CNM Main Campus
Student Resource Center LEED Silver
JS Renovation LEED Gold
RPM Building LEED Silver
90.9 Acres of land
996,760 GSF of Building
285,300 LEED Certified
Joseph M Montoya Campus
CNM Westside Campus
Advanced Technology Center
CNM South Valley Campus
CNM Rio Rancho Campus
Work Force Training Center
Electrical Use
Gas Use
100.8 Acres of Land
226,654 GSF of Building
82,450 GSF LEED Silver
40 Acres of Land
63,373 GSF of Building
63,373 GSF LEED Gold
7.8 Acres of Land
54,245 GSF of Building
9.3 Acres of Land
66,664 GSF of Building
Home to PNM Sustainable Technology Lab
263 FTE Student Population
20 Acres of Land
181,675 GSF of Building
100,075 GSF LEED Silver
This represents enough saved timber resources to produce more than
68,987,500 sheets of newspaper!
2,264,175 Kw-Hrs
of Electricity from
Recycling
3,248,000 Gallons
of Water
This represents enough fresh water to meet the daily fresh water needs of more than 43,306 people!
5568 Mature Trees
Central NM Community College
Recycling Benefits
From April 2011 to June 2012 CNM has recycled:
464 tons of cardboard/paper;
20 tons of metal; 25 tons of plastics;
9 tons of aluminum;
To the largest post secondary institution in New Mexico
CNM has a total of 1.8 million square feet and a total of 311.5 acres

43.3 Acres of Land
247,434 GSF of Building
79,507 GSF LEED Certified
Spring 2008 President Winograd became a charter signatory to the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment.
Recyclemania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote and assess campus waste reduction activities.


EcoMotion is partnering with CNM to facilitate the completion of CNM’s first STARS report. STARS stands for Sustainability Tracking and Rating System and is a program of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). The STARS report provides colleges and universities a comprehensive framework for documenting and communicating sustainability efforts across four major areas including academics, engagement, operations, planning & administration.

The STARS reporting system will allow CNM a comprehensive way to collect and gather information regarding sustainability in one location for all to view and utilize and will allow us to see areas of opportunities.
The value of STARS and EcoMotion’s proven process for completing the checklist, is that students, staff, faculty and administrators will be able to work together to pinpoint strengths as well as areas for improvement. In late September EcoMotion conducted an initial assessment for CNM by visiting campus and meeting with many stakeholders.


Campus as a Living Lab
Translating CLL Projects into STARS
Related Initiatives
Questions?
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3
4
5
Resulting "Environmental Sustainability and Climate Neutrality Plan"
Academics
Energy
Food
Built Environment
Campus As a Living Lab
Five Sub Teams
Partner with Consultant
Faculty Input
Faculty Member was given course release to assist in the project
Initial Kickoff
Data Input/ Responsible Party
Collaborate
Getting everyone to understand their role in sustainability
Faculty Survey
Change the World
.org
American College and University President's Climate Commitment
Analysis the Campus Climate
Provide framework on how to proceed
Track our Accomplishments
Thank You
From One Campus
525 Buena Vista SE
...Integrating Sustainability into Curriculum
Energy
Food
Built Environment
Landscaping
Procurement
Transportation
Waste/ Recycling
Water
Academics
Adopted in 2009
Implemented various energy efficiency projects and retrofits to buildings
Geothermal Wells at 2 building locations
Purchased renewable energy
Currently adding 60 KV solar panels on four buildings
LEED Buildings reduce energy 38% than conventional buildings.
Replacing lighting with more energy efficient fixtures
Turned off all lights to buildings and parking lots at 11:30pm
Worked on shutting down computers at 11:00pm
Landscaping
Procurement
Transportation
Waste/ Recycling
Water
CNM Sustainability Curriculum Team
Piloted Four Projects at CNM in 2013/2014:
4x 60kW Photovoltaic Solar Arrays
Composting/Vermicomposting
Building Controls Systems in the Student Resource Center on Main Campus
Recycling/RecycleMania Tournament
Develop a process to integrate CLL projects into curricula
Incorporate both sustainability concepts and existing course/student learning outcomes
Document and share results
Develop a proposal process for future CLL projects
Three Major Areas
Academics
Planning and Administration
Facilities and Operations
Communication
Sub metered all irrigation lines

Reduce use of toxic chemicals

Use of Native drought tolerant plantings
Reduced colored non recyclable paper by 50%
Reduce the amount of printers, copiers and applicable electronic equipment purchased and used
Use of centralized, multi function printers to reduce paper usage and reduced the amount of equipment use
Replaced paper driven systems with automated systems such as on line travel, electronic procurement and electronic mailing
Worked with City of Albuquerque to develop transportation opportunities
Replaced gas powered vehicles with electric
Developed bike parking lots
Free bus passes for CNM students, faculty and staff
Sustainability At CNM
Campus as a Living Lab

Sustainability Inventory

Incentives for Developing Sustainability Initiatives

Service Learning

Marketing
CLL Project Process
Transitioned to condiment pump from single serve packets
Identifies new green disposable products for use in food court
Converted to a new washing system to reduce the amount of water and chemicals used in dish washing process


Recycling these materials avoided their manufacturing from virgin materials thereby conserving these natural resources.
This represents enough saved timber resources to produce more than
68,987,500 sheets of newspaper!
1119 Barrels of Oil
This provides enough energy to heat and cool more than 232 homes for one year!
2,264,175 Kw-Hrs
of Electricity from
Recycling
This is enough power to fulfill the annual electricity needs of more than
188 homes!
1890 Cubic Yards
Of Landfill Airspace
This represents enough airspace to fulfill the municipal waste disposal needs for 2470 people for one year!
3,248,000 Gallons
of Water
This represents enough fresh water to meet the daily fresh water needs of more than 43,306 people!
1 The environmental benefits shown here represent the difference in natural resource consumption and GHG emissions that result from using recycled inputs versus virgin inputs. MTCO2E = metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. Sources: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, International Aluminum Institute, National Association for PET Container Resources, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Earth Works Group Recycler’s Handbook, One Earth Recycle, Bring Recycling.org, National Recycling Coalition, US Forest Products Laboratory, Wheelabrator Technologies, and Waste Management.
Copyright ©2008 by Waste Management, Inc.
5568 Mature Trees
Central NM Community College
Recycling Benefits
This Year CNM recycled:
464 tons of cardboard/paper;
20 tons of metal; 25 tons of plastics;
9 tons of aluminum;
Entered into an agreement with Waste Management to work together to recycle.
SEED Workshop
Academics Credit Title Responsible Party *=Team Leader NA=Not Pursuing Additional Point People Email Phone Data Entered Data Confirmed Notes
AC-1 Academic Courses Carol Martinez* Diane Burke (sustainability definition) camartinez@cnm.edu Carol: 4000 ext. 50231
AC-2 Learning Outcomes Carol Martinez* Diane Burke (sustainability definition) camartinez@cnm.edu Carol: 4000 ext. 50231
AC-3 Undergraduate Program Carson Bennett Molly Blumhoefer cbennett22@cnm.edu Carson: 4000 ext. 52293
AC-4 Graduate Program NA
AC-5 Immersive Experience Carol Martinez* camartinez@cnm.edu Carol: 4000 ext. 50231
AC-6 Literacy Assesment Not pursuing at this moment Future goal, NP
AC-7 Incentives for Developing Courses Lisa Aldon laldon@cnm.edu
AC-8 Campus as a Living Laboratory Luis Campos* Sue Small lcampos@cnm.edu ssmall@cnm.edu
AC-9 Academic Research NA Look into CC Model
AC-10 Support for Student Research Carol Martinez* camartinez@cnm.edu Carol: 4000 ext. 50231
AC-11 Access to Research NA
Engagement Credit Title Responsible Party *=Team Leader NA=Not Pursuing Additional Point People Email Phone Data Entered Data Confirmed Notes
EN-1 Student Educators Program Eugene Padilla* Phillip Bustos epadilla@cnm.edu pbustos@cnm.edu Eugene: 4720 Phillip:4742
EN-2 Student Orientation Jennifer McDonald Eugene Padilla jmcdonald31@cnm.edu Jennifer: 4673
EN-3 Student Life Rudy Garcia Eugene Padilla rudyg@cnm.edu epadillia@cnm.edu
EN-4 Outreach Materials and Publications Alexis Kerschner akerschner@cnm.edu Alexis: 4669
EN-5 Outreach Campaign Alexis Kreschner Brad Moore or Jennifer McDonald akerschner@cnm.edu bmoore28@cnm.edu Brad Moore: 4423
EN-6 Employee Educators Program not started Julie Fisher (employee training director) lcampos@cnm.edu jdfisher@cnm.edu Julie: 224-3139
EN-7 Employee Orientation Denise Montoya Neil Kueffer, Rayleen Valencia, Stacie Carviso, Angie Brown, Julie Fisher nkueffer@cnm.edu rvalencia19@cnm.edu scarviso@cnm.edu abrown139@cnm.edu jdfisher@cnm.edu Rayleen: 4602, Stacie: 4718 Angie: 4606, Julie: 3139
EN-8 Staff Professional Development Rudy Garcia Julie Fisher rudyg@cnm.edu jdfisher@cnm.edu Rudy:4342 Julie: 3139
EN-9 Community Partnerships Eugene Padilla* Rudy Garcia, Phillip Bustos, Ann Lynn Hall/Doreen Huerta, Diane Burke rudyg@cnm.edu ahall@cnm.edu dhuerta@cnm.edu dburke4@cnm.edu Rudy: 4342, Doreen: 3064, Ann Lynn: 4311
EN-10 Inter-Campus Collaboration Eugene Padilla* Rudy Garcia, Carson Bennett epadilla@cnm.edu
EN-11 Continuing Education Diane Burke dburke4@cnm.edu Diane: 5203
EN-12 Community Service Rudy Garcia
EN-13 Community Stakeholder Engagement Juliane Ziter* jziter@cnm.edu 505-224-4704
EN-14 Participation in Public Policy Samantha Sengel sbous@cnm.edu 4414
EN-15 Trademark Licensing Samantha Sengel sbous@cnm.edu 4414
Planning and Adminstratioin Credit Title Responsible Party *=Team Leader NA=Not Pursuing Additional Point People Email Phone Data Entered Data Confirmed Notes
PA-1 Sustainability Coordination Luis Campos*
PA-2 Sustainability Planning Luis Campos*
PA-3 Governance Kristopher Gaussoin kgaussoin@cnm.edu Ext 51265
PA-4 Diversiry and Equity Coordination Eugene Padilla* Denise Montoya, Julie Fisher, Nichole Rogers (Diversity and Inclusion Excellence Committee) montoyad@cnm.edu nrogers9@cnm.edu Denise: 4000 ext 50650 Nichole: 4172
PA-5 Assessing Diversity and Equity Juliane Ziter* Denise Montoya, Eugene Padilla montoyad@cnm.edu epadilla@cnm.edu Denise: 4000 ext 50650
PA-6 Support for Underrepresented Groups Eugene Padilla* Rudy Garcia, Ann Lynn Hall CNM Connect?, Magda Martinez?
PA-7 Support for Future Faculty Diversity Sydney Gunthrope Ask about Deans sydney@cnm.edu 4427
PA-8 Affordability and Access Eugene Padilla Eugene, Loretta, Jennifer MacDonald, Carol Culver, Chris Cavasos, Andrea Gurrola? Mark Cornette, Lee Carrillo (financial aid) epadilla@cnm.edu dhuerta@cnm.edu
PA-9 Employee Compensation Denise Montoya Loretta Montoya, Kimberly Rocheford, Lori Nawman montoyad@cnm.edu
PA-10 Assessing Employee Satisfaction Juliane Ziter* Denise Montoya, Samantha Sengel jziter@cnm.edu 505-224-4704
PA-11 Wellness Program Julie Fisher Marty Brittonham, Denise Montoya, Neil Kueffer
PA-12 Workplace Health and Safety Will Duran (chief safety and security officer Daniel Peltier, Denise Montoya, Thuy Flemming- new safety person
PA-13 Committee on Investor Responsibility Loretta Montoya/Wanda Lisa McCulloch
PA-14 Sustainable Investment Loretta Montoya Lisa McCulloch
PA-15 Investment Disclosure Loretta Montoya Lisa McCulloch
Operations Credit Title Responsible Party *=Team Leader NA=Not Pursuing Additional Point People Email Phone Data Entered Data Confirmed Notes Staff Resource
OP-1 GHG Emissions Luis Campos* lcampos@cnm.edu Luis: 4565 1/15/2014
OP-2 Outdoor Air Quality Anthony Rael arael9@cnm.edu
OP-3 Building Operations and Maintenance Anthony Rael arael9@cnm.edu Jennie Davis jutrata1@cnm.edu Myrna Marquez mmarquez43@cnm.edu
OP-04 Building Design and Construction Jennie Davis jutrata1@cnm.edu
OP-05 Indoor Air Quality Anthony Rael arael9@cnm.edu
OP-06 Food and Beverage Purchasing Vinny Crispino Katie Noble (480) 392-7743 vincent.crispino@sodexo.com Vicnent: (505) 224-4532 Sodexo
OP-07 Low Impact Dining Vinny Crispino vincent.crispino@sodexo.com
OP-08 Building Energy Luis Campos* lcampos@cnm.edu Luis
OP-09 Renewable Energy Luis Campos* lcampos@cnm.edu 1/15/2014
OP-10 Landscape Management Jennie Davis jutrata1@cnm.edu
OP-11 Biodiversity Jennie Davis jutrata1@cnm.edu
OP-12 Electricity Purchasing Greg Van Wart gvanwart@cnm.edu
OP-13 Cleaning Products Purchasing Anthony Rael arael9@cnm.edu
OP-14 Paper Purchasing Greg Van Wart gvanwart@cnm.edu
OP-15 Inclusive/Local Purchasing Greg Van Wart gvanwart@cnm.edu
OP-16 NA NA NA
OP-17 NA NA NA
OP-18 Vehicle Fleet Michelle Peeples mguajando1@cnm.edu 4000 ext. 51622
OP-19 Student Commute Michelle Peeples mguajando1@cnm.edu
OP-20 Employee Commute Michelle Peeples mguajando1@cnm.edu
OP-21 Sustainable Transportation Michelle Peeples mguajando1@cnm.edu
OP-22 Waste Minimization Anthony Rael Arael9@cnm.edu
OP-23 Waste Diversion Anthony Rael arael9@cnm.edu
OP-24 Construction Waste Jennie Davis jutrata1@cnm.edu
OP-25 Hazerdous Waste Thuy (Twee) Flemming Dir. of Safety
OP-26 Water Use Luis Campos* lcampos@cnm.edu 1/15/2014
OP-27 Rainwater Management Luis Campos* lcampos@cnm.edu
OP-28 Wastewater Management Luis Campos* lcampos@cnm.edu



What is STARS
A voluntary, self reporting framework
A guide for advancing sustainability in all sectors of higher education
A tool that promotes a comprehensive understanding of sustainability that includes social, economic, and environmental dimensions
Provide raffle get participation from faculty
Report completed by Earth Day

Data to be used in Instruction
1
Reduced the use of classroom supplies
Reduced paper use in classroom
Providing e-timesheet and e-gradebooks
Providing for e-filing of administrative processes
Provided classroom recycling bins
Included sustainability into the convocation events to create awareness
Increase the number of Hybrid and distance learning classes to reduce class-room hours for students and reduces the need for new classrooms
Integrating Sustainability concepts into course curricula across multiple academic departments


Established as standard LEED Silver as the standard for all new buildings, achieving LEED Gold where possible.
Incorporated a LEED-EB standard for all renovation projects that are approved in the Five Year Master Plan
Changed the hours for custodial cleaning crews to allow for the light and buildings to shut down to conserve energy.
Replaced urinals and toilets with new low flow models throughout the campus
Replaced old irrigation systems with new systems
Low flow faucet and flush valves to reduce water use
Worked with City of Albuquerque on storm water and waste water management
Use of native plants
28,263 Students
56.4% women
59.3% minority
Average age 28 student body
Signed 2008
Hydration stations reduce the use of plastic bottles
Established: September 2013

Direction:
CNM to become a community dedicated to sustainability

Goal:
To integrate sustainability into curricula across all academic departments

Objectives:
Increase faculty and staff engagement in sustainability curriculum
Increase student engagement in sustainability issues through research, coursework, and hands-on learning opportunities

A team of education representatives from innovate+Education, UNM CEPR, NM EPSCoR and CNM was awarded a small planning grant from NSF
ONE DAY VISIT TO LOS ANGELES TO SEE AN OVERVIEW OF THE CSU SYSTEM
Mount Trashmore
CLL Faculty Liaison
Position
A Unique Model:
One faculty member hired for one year
Work within the Physical Plant as a Liaison btwn. faculty and facilities staff
Coordinate integration of CLL projects into curricula across academic departments
Serve as a consultant for development of course assignments and exercises
Recycling/RecycleMania

Development of Sustainability Curriculum Team
What is RecycleMania?
RecycleMania as a Campus as a Living Lab Opportunity
Gathering and analyzing recycling data
Integrating data and events with course outcomes
Student participation
Service Learning opportunities
Research/Presentation opportunities
Integrating RecycleMania into our courses
Mount Trashmore
Adopt-A-Recycling-Bin
Earth Week Events
Classroom Events
Asa: Psychology and Statistics

Carson: Technical Writing

(include assignment examples here?)
Asa Stone, Psychology: PSY2200 Statistical Principles
Analyze recycling data available on the RecycleMania website to determine whether NMSU recycles more than CNM
Meets the following SLO: “Test hypotheses involving one or more treatment conditions by computing the appropriate test statistic and determining the significance of the results.”

Asa Stone, Psychology: PSY2260 Learning and Memory
Help a fellow student to strategize to promote recycling behavior for the Recycle Mania Tournament by applying instrumental conditioning. Our ultimate goal is to increase the amount of recyclables in recycle bins while reducing the amount of recyclables in trashcans.
Meets the following SLO: “Analyze everyday situations in terms of operant conditioning.”


Carson Bennett, English: ENG1119 Technical Communication
Students worked in a group to prepare a presentation on recycling in general and RecycleMania in particular for an assigned audience. Purpose was to both educate the audience about the topic and persuade the audience to take a specific action that would benefit CNM’s standing in the competition.
Meets the following SLOs:
“Determine the purpose and analyze the audience for a variety of work-related communications.”
“Employ appropriate visuals to support and enhance various texts.”
“Demonstrate effective collaboration and oral presentation skills.”
“Write and format professional documents, including digital media messages, summaries, definitions, descriptions, instructions, short reports, and proposals.”

RecycleMania Events
CNM Journey to Sustainability
STARS
Presentation Learning Outcomes
You will
identify
strategies to incorporate
Campus as a Living Lab
in your class and/or institution.
Sustainability Curriculum Team
Central New Mexico Community College Albuquerque, NM

Agenda
Campus as a Living Lab
(CLL)

Sustainability at CNM
Beginning: where we've been
Present: where we are
CNM & Committee

Campus as a Living Lab
Stars
Thank you!
Any questions, comments, and/or recommendations?
What is STARS?
How is it relevant to our efforts?
STARS is a broad-based, stakeholder-designed, tested framework that measure success of sustainability efforts in higher education
How was it used?
“You can only manage what you can measure.”
What did we Learn?
What now?
You will
identify
strategies to manage and improve sustainability efforts using
STARS
.
American College and University President's Climate Commitment
2008
Sustainability Curriculum Team
Established
: September
2013
Direction
: dedication to sustainability
Goal
: to integrate sustainability into curricula
Objectives
: to increase sustainability education
germination & sprouting
Five Sub Teams
Campus as a Living Lab

Sustainability Inventory

Incentives for Sustainability Initiatives

Service Learning

Marketing
What is CLL?
How is it relevant to our efforts?
What is RecycleMania?
How was it implimented?
RecycleMania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote and assess campus waste reduction activities.
CNM participated for the first time in Spring 2014.
RecycleMania as CLL
RecycleMania in Classrooms
Conducted a survey study
Promoted at a school-wide conference
Promoted through email reminders

Verified information with Deans

Extracted data relevant for STARS

Submitted data and documents to AASHE
One of our CLL projects
3rd grader
education
Mount
Trashmore
A Little about the Presenters
Carson Bennett
Luis Campos
Carol Martinez
Asa Stone

Sustainability Learning Outcomes are being addressed at both the course and program level

Pursuing the idea of having Sustainability Learning Outcomes at the institutional level

We are working on developing a Sustainability Literacy Assessment

These efforts will help to publicize our campus commitment to sustainability
CLL projects leverage campus facilities, construction, renovations, operations, and events as opportunities to teach both sustainability concepts and existing course outcomes.

CLL helps the institution to meet its sustainability goals (dictated by Climate Commitments, Administration, etc.) while also providing students with hands-on, real-world learning opportunities.
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