Campus as Living Lab

The Campus as a Living Lab program integrates academics with facilities management (Facilities Services) to provide students with hands-on experiences to help meet the university’s sustainability goals. Using the university as a “living laboratory,” faculty and facilities staff are working together to develop meaningful service and internship opportunities for students that meet various course requirements while promoting sustainability efforts across campus.

The Office of Sustainability is working hard to engage students, staff, faculty, and other stakeholders in helping promote a “greener” campus. Sustainability projects encompasses eight major categories: Energy Use, Water Management, Waste Management, Landscaping, Transportation, Procurement, Academics, and Engagement.  

For more information and other important resources in how you can help with sustainability efforts, please visit:

Office of Sustainability

Room NSM F-127
1000 E. Victoria Street
Carson, CA 90747

Sustainability Coordinator:
Ellie Perry
(310) 243-2303

Internship and Service Opportunities:

Volunteer and for-credit internships are available at the beginning of each semester. For current internship opportunities, please contact the Office of Sustainability.

If you are interested in applying internship opportunities, please contact:

SLICE Community Partner Coordinator
Francisco Checkcinco 
(310) 243-2480

Or visit our office at WH 105 if applications are still bring accepted.

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