SEE Initiative: Campus Life
The SEE Initiative is driven by an active group of students, faculty, and staff on campus. Listed below are just some of the ways to get involved on campus.
Beta Beta Beta is the National Biological Honors Society.
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ETHOS seeks to provide experiential learning through service-learning internships, student organization activities, collaborative research and hands-on classroom projects that support the development of appropriate technologies for the developing world, locally and globally.
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Rivers Institute is a group of UD students and faculty working to connect the University to the Great Miami River and to the local community.
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Roots and Shoots was founded by renowned primatologist Jane Goodall. It is a global nonprofit that empowers people to make a difference for humanity and the environment. Our local chapter of Roots and Shoots is for such issues as restoring healthy ecosystems, promoting sustainable livelihoods and nurturing new generations of committed, active citizens through education and other community outreach.
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The Sustainability Club sponsors several campus activities. Learn about the energy conservation competition, UD Blackout, and other activities.
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Sustainability Engineering Scholars are students who want to become engineers who can make a difference in the world.
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The UD Local Foods club promotes living a sustainable, environmentally friendly lifestyle. The main goal is to supply UD's community with fresh, organic and locally grown produce, meat, and eggs.
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The Marianist Environmental Education Center (MEEC) is an educational ministry located at the Mount St. John Nature Preserve.
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TheUD Tree Tour is a collection of trees on campus that are highlighted with placards. This project is intended to shed light on UD's natural riches and to better connect the UD community with a sense of place.
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