The Bellevue College Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) was established in 2007 to advise campus constituencies regarding environmental and sustainable policies and programs on the BC campus. We strive to provide resources to the campus and community that allow us all to learn, work, live and play in a sustainable and healthy environment. Please feel free to contact the committee if you have any questions or comments.
The Environmental Advisory Committee provides a forum for identification and discussion of issues pertaining to sustainability. The Committee also assists in identifying strategies and resources for effectively advancing sustainability goals. The Committee provides oversight and advocacy for student and faculty led subcommittees and programs.
- Serve as an advisory board for President’s Staff, the Office of Sustainability and any campus constituencies.
- Review and recommend policies and procedures related to campus environmental impact, and environmental education
- Review and make recommendations regarding the College’s sustainability initiatives.
- Provide leadership in response the campus sustainability issues and promote awareness
The Environmental Advisory Committee includes two sub-committees with partially overlapping membership:
Student Environmental Sustainability Fund Committee
The Student Environmental Sustainability Fund Committee recommends allocations of the revenues collected from the students environmental sustainability fee.
Sustainability Curriculum Committee
The Sustainability Curriculum Committee leads initiatives to infuse sustainability throughout the curriculum. The sub-committee of the EAC evolved from the Sustainability Task Force formed in 2009 – to research and provide advice on how to diversify, strengthen and better incorporate sustainability into the BC curriculum.
|Chair –committee member selected by the committee||Committee||N/A|
|Two (2) administrators, including Vice President of Administrative Services or designee||President’s Staff (1)||1 year|
|Three (3) faculty members; One from Curriculum Sub-Committee, One from SESF, One at Large.||BCAHE President||2 years|
|Three (3) classified staff Bargaining Unit A members including SESF representative||Human Resources||2 years|
|One (1) classified staff Bargaining Unit B member||Human Resources||2 years|
|ASBC Environmental Representative||By virtue of position||1 year|
|Two (2) students from SESF Committee||By virtue of committee membership||1 year|
|The Advisor to the Sustainability and Science Association Program (SSAP).||By virtue of position||Permanent|
|SESF Budget Authority||By virtue of position||Permanent|
|Ray White (Designee: Deric Gruen)||Convener – Vice President of Administrative Services or designated administrator||Permanent|
|Anne Mary Nash-Haruna||Faculty Sustainability Curriculum Committee||6/2014|
|Marika Reinke||Faculty At Large||6/2013|
|Michael Hanson||Faculty SESF Committee member||6/2014|
|Rob Viens||Advisor to SSA||Permanent|
|Hristo (Chris) Stoynov||Classified Staff – Unit A||6/2014|
|Janee Sommerfield||Classified Staff – Unit A||6/2014|
|Jan Ng||Classified SESF Committee member||6/2015|
|Vacant||Classified Staff – Unit B||6/2014|
|Alex Clark||ASG Environmental Representative||6/2014|
|Zawdie Terry||Student SESF Committee member||6/2014|
|Brandon Hartshorn||Student SESF Committee member||6/2014|
|Faisal Jaswal||SESF Budget Authority||Permanent|
Last Updated April 8, 2014