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Campus Environment Committee's Charges
The Campus Environment Committee shall monitor the physical state of the university as it influences the academic mission and report to the Senate on deficiencies and proposed initiatives. The Campus Environment Committee shall consist of eight members, each to be elected by his or her collegial faculty, one member of the educational development faculty elected by that group, three members at large elected by the Academic Senate, and the Vice President of Finance and Administration or his or her delegate (ex-officio, voting).
Enid Cardinal, Chair
Denis Defibaugh, Co-Chair
- Examine the impact of the proposed Innovative Learning Institute on the academic environment
- Finalize the RIT definition of “sustainability” for ASHEE STARS assessment purposes.
- Review the access, awareness, and contributions of museums, collections, galleries, etc. as they
inform the cultural environment at RIT.
- Review how RIT can better utilize/promote its campus resources (managed spaces, wetlands,
forests and agricultural fields) to enhance the learning experience of students and visitors to
- Consider ways in which the CEC can reach out to campus groups involved in environmental and
sustainability initiatives to improve communication and coordination between these groups.