Administration and Finance Focus
 
 

April 2009
October 2009
SPOTLIGHT
UHs Green Grade Improves to B- in College Report Card Ratings

Employee Spotlight
Leah Wolfhal: Community Garden Coordinator

CALENDAR
October
Events Calendar

NOTES AND NEWS
Bookstore
Check out the October Sales at Your Campus Bookstore

Department of Public Safety
Traffic Alert on Wheeler Street

Dining Services
Win a $250 Gift Card

Five Dollar Friday

Don't Miss
Oktoberfest Party


Finance
Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Statistics

Green UH
Join the EcoReps

Campus Garden Planting and Dedication

Green Hero -
Huong Nguyen

Human Resources
HR Training Updates

FY10 Mandatory Training

Parking and Transportation
Review of Cougar Line Service

Plant Operations
Hurricane Ike Build-Back - E. Cullen and Athletics
 


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Join the EcoReps


The University of Houston is going green and we need your help to spread the word about the exciting sustainable programs on campus.

EcoReps is a volunteer group consisting of students, staff, and faculty that promote green initiatives on campus and help develop educational programs for the UH community.

 



EcoReps will:

    Raise environmental awareness on campus by promoting green programs, services and events by emailing friends, posting on Facebook, using Twitter and other forms of media.

    Promote energy and waste minimization in their colleges, departments and to co-workers and peers.

    Be involved in the planning and the executing of green events on campus.

    Assist in educating the UH community about its environmental efforts.

    Provide feedback to Green UH about sustainable practices in their departments/organizations/colleges/residence halls.

    Inform GreenUH of areas where green programs could expand.

    Inform GreenUH when they see recycling bins that are full or when they notice areas that don't have sufficient recycling services.

Be Part of the Green UH Solution. Become an EcoRep.


Visit www.uh.edu/green to sign-up.