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Quick survey to win an iPad!

A bike-share program in Washington D.C.

Diana Watts, Transit Coordinator for Transit Services, has developed a transit bike survey to find out what kinds of transportation the UT community uses to get to and from UT campus. The checkbox-style survey takes about 10 minutes, and asks questions regarding distance from campus, mode of transportation and reasoning behind it, interest in alternative modes of transportation, interest in participating in a bike share program and willingness to pay for such a service.

Your participation is needed for an accurate projection of future alternative transportation here at UT. The survey is located at the top of your MyUT page until Monday, March 11th at 8 am. There will be a drawing to win an IPad once the survey period is complete!

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is Brooke Mason, Sustainability Specialist for The University of Toledo, manages the Rocket Recycling program for over 100 buildings on three campuses with a staff of one non-student and six student employees. She is also responsible for the greenhouse gas inventory and the Climate Action Plan, which guide the University toward climate neutrality. Brooke is highly involved in sustainability education and outreach towards students including advising the Environmental Sustainability Living Learning Community, Society for Environmental Education, and UT’s Student Green Fund. She runs other student sustainability programs including Rockets Recycle: Green Tailgating, Friday Night Lights, RecycleMania, Campus Conservation Nationals, BlackoUT, and the Give & Go: Move Out program. Brooke has earned her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management from Bowling Green State University and is currently working on her Masters in Engineering at UT. She also sits on the Stewardship Committee for the Black Swamp Conservancy.
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The University of Toledo’s SEED Initiative, housed within but not limited to Facilities & Construction, focuses on Sustainability, Energy Efficiency, and Design to ensure the University is operating in a manner that betters our neighbors, economy, and planet. Through environmental sustainability projects, energy conservation measures, innovative building renovation and design, and a comprehensive educational campaign, SEED commits itself to leaving behind a better planet than when we started.

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