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Feb 19, 2014 | Atlanta, GA
The Georgia Tech Earth Day Committee is now accepting submissions for its annual Leadership and Sustainable Initiatives awards.
Nominations are sought for individuals or groups who are making a positive environmental impact both on campus and beyond, either through a new initiative or a body of work. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 7.
Nominees must be students, faculty, staff, alumni, or retirees of Georgia Tech and should demonstrate a positive environmental impact, a commitment to restoring and enhancing the environment, and an ongoing commitment to environmental leadership. Self-nominations are welcome.
Last year’s recipients were the Circle K organization for the Environmental Initiative Award and Steven Van Ginkel, a research scientist in Civil and Environmental Engineering, for the Environmental Leadership Award. The person or group selected for this year’s awards will be honored at Tech’s annual Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 18.