AASHE Introduces New Member Benefit to Help Members Share Knowledge and Resources

With AASHE Connect, a new member benefit, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) members gain a powerful resource to network with 34,000+ higher education sustainability advocates, exchange knowledge and share solutions. All AASHE members have been added to the private online community, which includes a member-only open forum for general discussions. […]

Coming Soon! AASHE to Launch New Member Benefit to Help Members Connect

Later this month AASHE will introduce AASHE Connect, a new online platform for members to connect, communicate and collaborate with peers. AASHE Connect is a private, secure community for AASHE members to share ideas, ask questions, lend expertise, and network with peers. The community features a discussion forum as well as a library for sharing […]

AASHE is Hiring an Education Intern

AASHE is seeking to hire an Education Intern to provide ongoing administrative support for our professional development programs.  Duties include supporting webinars, workshops and assistance with other education programs and resources.  Learn more and apply.

AASHE is Hiring a Resources Intern

AASHE is seeking to hire a Resources Intern  to assist in submission review of Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) and provide administrative and technical support in the ongoing development of resources, particularly related to AASHE’s  online resource library, the Campus Sustainability Hub.  Learn more and apply.

AASHE Sustainability Awards Now Open

The AASHE Sustainability Awards recognize sustainability achievements, research advancements and student leadership at higher education institutions. Submit by May 11.

AASHE Signs Letter Opposing Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

We are proud to once again partner with the March for Science and 30+ other organizations by signing an open letter to elected officials about the Graduate Student Tuition Waiver. Repealing this tuition waiver, most recently passed by the House of Representatives through the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1), would impede students from […]