Students are invited to join us for a workshop developing awesome and innovative projects to be a part of UW's new Population Health Building!
Join the Campus Sustainability Fund and Miller Hull Architects in a design workshop exploring possible projects that will be implemented in this future building, which is aiming for LEED Gold certification (or better). This is a fantastic opportunity to not only work alongside professionals and other students on some truly impactful and forward-thinking projects, but also to network and get involved with sustainability resources on campus (and of course, share a slice of pizza with some fellow green-thinking Huskies!)
This event is focused on developing a handful of core projects, including a engineered grey/rain-water management and food-producing permaculture installation, rooftop gardens, a stack of super sustainable composting restrooms, indoor biophilic features, and a Biomimetic Pavilion bus stop / native plant exterior landscape. However, feel free to bring along any ideas you have for healthy, sustainable, and forward-thinking solutions you may have for this new build, we'd love to hear them and help translate them into reality!
After the design session with our Miller Hull Architecture representatives, the Campus Sustainability Fund staff will be available to discuss taking the next step and turning your ideas for the Population Health Project into project applications for our upcoming November 30th Letter of Intent deadline.
Friday, November 17th, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM.
Gerberding Hall, B36. (Look for the UW Sustainability Offices.)
Fill out this SHORT Google Sheet to RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/