Sherburne “Shere” Abbott, is Vice President for Sustainability Initiatives and University Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy at Syracuse University. Shere develops and implements strategic initiatives across research, education, and operations to advance the field of sustainability science, its applications, and its policy implications. Shere’s work focuses on building new institutional arrangements across the domains of scholarship and practice. She oversees the Center of Excellence (CoE) in Environmental and Energy Systems, the University Coordinator for Sustainability Education, and members of the Office of Sustainability Initiatives.
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Ed Bogucz, Executive Director,
leads SyracuseCoE, New York State’s Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems. Led by Syracuse University, SyracuseCoE is collaborative enterprise that strategically targets research, development, demonstration and deployment projects to accelerate innovations that improve energy efficiency, environmental quality, and resilience in healthy buildings and cleaner, greener communities.
Prior to SyracuseCoE, Bogucz served more than eight years as dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University. During his tenure, the college dramatically strengthened its faculty, facilities, student population, sponsored research, and relationships with firms and universities across New York. Bogucz joined the Syracuse University faculty in 1985 as an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Bogucz is Principal Investigator or co-PI, or has served in these roles, for projects totaling more $60 million to date from sponsors including US EPA, US DOE, US EDA, NASA, NSF, NYSTAR, NYSERDA, Empire State Development, New York Power Authority, United Technologies Corp., and National Grid.
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Melissa Cadwell, Sustainability Coordinator, has worked for Syracuse University since 1987. She joined Energy Systems & Sustainability Management in January 2005. As the Sustainability Coordinator her current responsibilities include organizing, creating and implementing marketing and communication projects, public relations, special events and advertising for the Sustainability Management. She also oversees recycling and composting at Syracuse University.Melissa has her A.A.S. in Business Administrations, SU Certification in Organizational Leadership, Ithaca College Professional Certificate in Sustainability Leadership in Marketing, and certification from APPA in Facilities Management Strategies for Campus Sustainability.
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Meg Lowe, Sustainability Assistant, works with student interns to research sustainable practices for faculty and staff. In addition to working with students, Meg also maintains the website for Sustainability Management, manages social media pages, encourages the use of sustainable practices across the campus and presents to classrooms on sustainability related topics. Assisting in completing ranking systems that rate Syracuse University against other universities allows Meg to communicate with other departments on campus to ensure the University is withholding the Climate Action Plan. Meg has her B.S in Culinary Nutrition from Johnson and Wales University and continues to work on her M.A in Nutrition Science with an environmental focus here at Syracuse University.
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Rachel May, Coordinator of Sustainability Education, works with faculty, students, and staff to develop courses and programs that can extend learning about sustainability throughout the curriculum and beyond. She has undertaken a number of projects to link the academic community at SU to its local ecosystem, including student workshops and faculty development opportunities on water, food, and waste issues, and she heads up a multidisciplinary research project on Onondaga Lake, partially funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Rachel has also contributed to local and regional sustainability efforts, including serving on the Mayoral transition team on sustainability, the Board of the Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency (OCRRA), and, most recently, the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals.
Rachel was formerly Director of the Office of Environment and Society, where she promoted collaborative research and teaching between SUNY-ESF and Syracuse University. Before coming to Syracuse, Rachel was Associate Professor of Russian at Macalester College in St. Paul, MN. Rachel holds a Ph.D. from Stanford in Slavic Languages and Literatures and Masters degrees from Oxford University (Modern Languages) and SUNY-ESF (Environmental Science). She was a Marshall Scholar and has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Social Science Research Council, the Mellon Foundation, and Harvard University, among others.
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Profile of Rachel May in SU Today, 2010 | Rachel’s web page
Nathan Prior, is the Director of Energy Systems and Sustainability Management (ESSM) at Syracuse University. ESSM is responsible for supporting the University in its pursuit of its energy and climate goals by leveraging technology to utilize resources more efficiently while creating, maintaining, tracking, and bench marking comfortable, sustainable, and high performing campus environments. ESSM provides energy management, energy procurement, energy accounting, system management, sustainability management, steam production and distribution, and chilled water production and distribution to campus.
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