AASHE Membership

Did you know UNT is an institutional member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)? 

AASHE is a central hub of sustainability resources that are available to all UNT students, faculty, and staff! Membership in AASHE is made possible by UNT students through their $5 contributions each long semester to the Environmental Service Fee, which makes up the We Mean Green Fund.

 

"AASHE empowers higher education faculty, administrators, staff and students to be effective change agents and drivers of sustainability innovation. We work with and for higher education to ensure that our world’s future leaders are motivated and equipped to solve sustainability challenges."

Benfits of AASHE membership include networking & recognition, benchmarking & research, professional development, and news & resources. 

A blue and green path leads away from an AASHE member logo

AASHE Resources:

  • Campus Sustainability Hub
    • This hub serves as a quick and easy way for AASHE memebers to access sustainability resources that cover topics such as sustainability research, air and climate, grounds, water, energy, food and dining, waste, and more.
  • Sustainability Webinars
    • AASHE offers a variety of FREE webinars that are quick and easy to sign up for. Check out the webinars that they have coming up soon!
  • Annual AASHE Conference & Expo
    • Want to take your involvement with campus sustainability and AASHE to the next level? Every year, AASHE hosts the largest conference in the United States that promotes the exchange of models, policices, research, and actions that advance sustainability within higher education. Students, faculty, and staff will all find that there is plenty to gain by getting involved!
  • The Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS)
    • TRACS is an AASHE affiliate that also has tons of ways to get involved with campus sustainability in higher education - including their annual summit. Students, faculty, and staff will all find that there is plenty to gain by getting involved!
  • AASHE Jobs Bulletin
    • Ready to start your career in sustainability? Checkout AASHE's extensive Jobs Bulletin where they post open positions related to sustainability in higher education from all across the nation!
  • Association/Nonprofit Partners
    • Interested in finding an organization to get involved with? Check out the other amazing groups that partner with AASHE and learn how to get started!
  • Events Calendar
    • If you want to see all of the amazing events that AASHE has to offer throughout the year, check out their full Events Calendar!

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Get Involved:

If you are interested in checking out everything that AASHE has to offer, all you have to do is create your own account and list "University of North Texas" as the organization you are affiliated with.