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MitchelMITCHELL THOMASHOW, Director of the Second Nature Presidential Fellows Program

Dr. Mitchell Thomashow devotes his life and work to promoting ecological awareness, sustainable living, creative learning, improvisational thinking, social networking, and organizational excellence. Currently he is engaged in teaching, writing, and executive consulting, cultivating opportunities and exchanges that transform how people engage with sustainability and ecological learning.

His new book, The Nine Elements of a Sustainable Campus (The MIT Press) provides a framework for advancing sustainable living and teaching in a variety of campus environments. It will be available for purchase at the conference.


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Mt. Victor Revue, Friday night Reception Entertainment

Eddie Mills (bass), Bruce Kessler (guitar, vocals), Chris Durbin (banjo, guitar, vocals), Ernie Small (mandolin, guitar, vocals). Not pictured: Bob Zoellner.

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