The Office of Environmental Sustainability

The Office of Environmental Sustainability is responsible for implementing and coordinating all of the campus activities related to responsible environmental programs, including recycling, education, communication, programming, procurement and policies.

  • Trashion Fashion Show

    Interested in fashion? Interested in reusing and recycling? Enter in the Trashion Fashion show! The fashion show will be on April 24 in the Ballroom.

  • Farm to SUNY
    Tagline Contest

    From April 14th until April 30th, create your own ‘Farm to SUNY’ tagline and see your words immortalized for this new SUNY ‘eat local’ initiative.


  • UAlbany Earth & Wellness Day

    Take a break from technology and find other outlets to connect to that support wellness, joys and relaxation! Join us on April 23rd from 11-2 in the Ballroom.

  • Sustainable Roundtable Series

    Scott Kellogg, from the Radix Ecological Center, will be presenting on urban farming and permiculture at 3pm in the new Business Building 213

  • Green Workspace Challenge

    Think your UAlbany office is green? Earn an eco-certification by enrolling in the Green Workspace Challenge!

  • Food & Art Festival

    Join us to celebrate Earth Day on April 26th at Liberty Terrace from 1PM-4PM. Enjoy food, vendors, live music, and arts and crafts.

  • The Class of 2013

    The Class of 2013 was one of our best yet. Graduating seniors included: Mike Antidormi, Cassidy Drasser, Samantha Hiza, Stephen Ellis, Nicole Wolodzko, Sam Basile, Sangeeta Yadav, Jessica Fine, Adam Donaghy, and Annalisa Greco.

  • Mary Alexis Leciejewski

    Ms. Leciejewski is the newest addition to the Office of Environmental Sustainability at UAlbany. As the Program Assistant she works with students in a variety of manners and helps develop programming and events.

  • David Lewis

    Dr. Lewis, associate professor in the Geography and Planning Department has been a great ally to sustainability at UAlbany and in the local community through his projects and research