To receive state funds through the Sustainable Universities Initiative, a state college, university or technical school must first appoint a campus SUI Environmental Fellow.  The campus Environmental Fellow is a faculty member or senior administrator designated to represent the campus in matters related to the Sustainable Universities Initiative.  The SUI Environmental Fellow should be prepared to initiate action on campus, at a minimum facilitating campus response to a call for mini-grant proposals, sharing notices about conferences, workshops, etc., providing information about current and planned activities, and initiating some new activity or project.  Activities can be a simple as guest lecturers or as complex as a new program.  Funding in the amount of $5,000 is available on a competitive basis to support the activities of  SUI Environmental Fellows.  Support may take the form of salary for a student assistant,  summer salary supplements for the Fellow, books and other materials, or support for meetings and programs on campus. 

The following are SUI Environmental Fellows for the 2001-2002 academic year.

Dan Abel  Coastal Carolina University
Ambrose Anoruo  SC State University
Paul Marino College of Charleston
Barbara McKenzie  Williamsburg Technical College
Sharon Miller  Tri-County Technical College
Lisa Pike  Francis Marion University
Peter Phillips  Winthrop University
David Slimmer Lander University
Linda Porter Midlands Technical College
Mack Shealy  Spartanburg Technical College
To Be Announced Central Carolina Technical College
Jay Vinson Trident Technical College 
Donna Foster Piedmont Technical College
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