Our office is located in Business Administration 309 (the old business building). We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm during the academic year, and Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm in the summer. On Tuesdays we will be open until 8:00 pm. We can be reached by phone at (518) 442-2592 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our dedicated staff members assist in implementing campus-wide engagement initiatives, developing new programs, and creating communication materials. Our office offers opportunities for students to volunteer and receive credit through the Community and Public Service Program. Contact us at the beginning of each semester if interested.
Mary Alexis Leciejewski
Mary Alexis joined the UAlbany Office of Environmental Sustainability as the Program Assistant in February 2013. She works to engage the campus comminuty in sustainability efforts and promote personal behavioral changes. In the office, she manages the student staff, communications, and special programming. She holds a Master's Degree in Environmental Studies from the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University.
Cassidy has been involved in the development and advancement of the sustainability movement at UAlbany for the last five years. Since her sophomore year, she has helped implement various alternative transportation initiatives on campus as the Alternate Transportation Chair on the Sustainability Council. She has served as President for UAlbany Students for Sustainability and is currently the President and co-founder for UAlbany Graduate Students for Sustainability. In April 2014, she received the prestigious "Terra Award" for her active involvement and leadership in promoting sustainability at UAlbany. Cassidy is currently in her second year in the Biodiversity, Conservation and Policy Master's Program. She enjoys reading, working out and eating healthy, and most of all, playing with cats.
President of UAlbany Students for Sustainability
Dylan has been a part of the sustainability movement since he was a freshman resident in the Living Learning Community. During his first semester, he became deeply interested in food issues and successfully advocated for more local food options in the dining halls. Dylan then became a member of the self-named “core four," with Tom McCarty, Jess Ranni and Sean Taylor, after they became very active in the Sustainability Council and the Living and Learning Community. For a year and a half, he served as the Events Chair on the Student Sustainability Council and looks forward spending his junior year serving as one of the Intercollegiate Chairs, as well as President of UAlbany Students for Sustainability.
When he is not working, he loves being outdoors- running, hiking or just sitting and listening to the sounds of nature.