For this upcoming year, USC Graduate Student Government (GSG) has announced a new theme focused on sustainability through its programming and advocacy initiatives. In order to be a more sustainable organization, GSG challenges all graduate and professional students to reflect on simple changes in their own lives that can alleviate the burden of climate change on future generations
A simple way to impact USC’s position on sustainability is to take part of a survey to draft a plan for 2028. Make sure your opinion is heard loud and clear by answering 11 short questions. This is critical in influencing USC’s Sustainability 2028 plan! You can access the survey here: https://usc.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9XOlwn54yoEUBkp
If you’re interested in increasing your involvement in sustainability-related efforts, take a look at USC’s Environmental Student Assembly (ESA). ESA encourages and facilitates the academic, pre-professional, cultural, social, and political self-realization of USC’s environmental student groups. They are closely related to USC’s Environmental Core (ECore), as well as other groups such as Peaks and Professors, SC Outfitters, the Green Engagement Fund (USCGEF), and more. There are many opportunities to take advantage of, just take a look around! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for additional details.
Published on August 7th, 2019
Last updated on April 1st, 2021