Webinar: Off-Campus Move Outs… Moving in the Right Direction
October 2 @ 3:00 pm - 4:20 pm EDTFree
Many colleges and universities have mastered on-campus move-out diversion, but off-campus student move-out is a much less tackled problem. Apartments, condos and single-family homes located off-campus generate different (and often bulkier) materials, and often place large burdens on city/county staff. This webinar will explore three different city-university partnership case studies to share successes, challenges and lessons learned from community wide off-campus move-outs.
Madelyn Morgan, Planner III, City of Austin, Austin Resource Recovery
Madelyn Morgan received a Bachelor’s in both history and government from the University of Texas and a Master’s in Sustainability from Texas State University. She is a planner at Austin Resource Recovery, a City of Austin service, who specializes in supporting circular economy entrepreneurs and facilitating reuse and highest-and-best use of materials in Austin. In her current role, Madelyn develops programs and initiatives to support businesses in the zero waste industry, including spearheading the first community-wide effort to divert material from off-campus student housing in Austin to local reuse organizations. She also chairs the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling’s Reuse Council.
Daniel Hart, Sustainability Coordinator, University of Cincinnati
Daniel Hart earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies, a minor in Geography, a certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies and a Permaculture Design Certificate from the University of Colorado. Currently, Daniel works as the Sustainability Coordinator for the University of Cincinnati, serves on the City’s Environmental Advisory Council and serves on the board of directors for the Cincinnati Permaculture Institute.
Mason Towe, Recycling Program Education Specialist, Athens-Clarke County Solid Waste Department
Mason Towe is the Education Specialist for Athens-Clarke County Recycling Division in Athens, Georgia. He is responsible for creating and implementing zero waste education and outreach programs and partnering with local K-12 schools and colleges. Mason currently spearheads efforts in the realms of creative reuse, source reduction, and strategic policy. Mason is also a member of the interdepartmental Innovation Ambassadors program within ACC Unified Government. Mason graduated from University of Georgia with dual degrees in Economics and Sociology.
|Holli Morrish, Director of Communications & Public Engagement, Talawanda School District|