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There are many ways to be a part of the sustainability culture at The University of Tulsa.

If you live on campus, you can save energy by preparing your residence for any extended time you are away by:

  • Closing blinds and tilt the slats upwards.
  • Unplugging all chargers, 球迷, 咖啡壶, candle warmers and other items that are plugged into an outlet that can be unplugged without damage.
  • Emptying out, clean, unplug and leave personal refrigerator doors open.
  • Turning off TVs, computers and printers.
  • Turning off all lights.

Please contact energy specialists David Ellsworth at dje2853@www.yangchunsanyue.com if you have any questions and Facilities Management if you have any service/maintenance requests. Thanks for supporting sustainability on campus!

Learn more about TU’s energy savings strategy 提供了便利。 Cenergistic.

The Committee for 可持续性 promotes a culture of sustainability on the TU campus. The committee facilitates research, learning opportunities, policies and practices that address environmental, economic and social responsibility.

We serve as a connection for all members of the campus community – including faculty, staff and 学生 – to advance policies and projects and participate in processes that lead to a more sustainable future.

  • Cenergistic Partnership

    University of Tulsa 总统 Gerard Clancy and the TU Board of Trustees have announced a partnership with the Dallas-based energy conservation firm Cenergistic to implement a new energy sustainability program that will increase technology, scaling capacity and organizational continuity among the university’s 物理设施 systems.

    Cenergistic services will help TU redirect money from utility costs to improve classroom technology by managing energy and sustainability initiatives in TU Physical Plant. TU has a long history of engaging in sustainability projects including reducing water consumption among common campus areas, eliminating paper usage by moving to electronic records, installing solar panels, implementing recycling initiatives and adding educational content to its website about off-campus conservation strategies. TU also is home to a sustainability committee featuring faculty, staff and 学生 who encourage campus engagement and conduct environmentally friendly research. Teaming up with Cenergistic reinforces TU’s priorities on further reducing energy usage, capturing additional cost savings and providing more resources for the Physical Plant staff.

    “Our partnership with Cenergistic will help us close funding and personnel gaps, allowing us to spend our budget where it matters: providing 学生 an exceptional education with the appropriate resources, Jason Grunin说, TU assistant vice president of business and energy. “Every dollar we save on energy helps us further the environment, experience and education of our 学生.”

    新的合作关系Two energy specialists will be deployed to TU, equipped with Cenergistic’s Ceres cloud-based, machine learning software, which includes real-time alerts, to augment optimization of TU’s equipment and energy usage across all university buildings and facilities. Cenergistic also provides remote and onsite engineering and measurement and verification experts.

    “Cenergistic is thrilled to partner with The University of Tulsa to implement our Energy 可持续性 program. With our full-time onsite energy specialists equipped with the latest software working to ensure all facilities and systems are functioning at peak efficiency, coupled with an organizational behavior-based approach to energy conservation, we believe the university will see great success in both cost and energy savings,“博士说. Randy Hoff, vice chairman of Cenergistic. “It is our mission that, with help from everyone in the organization, we will create a culture of sustainability that will progress into the future.”

    The Energy 可持续性 Program will help TU qualify its buildings for ENERGY STAR® certification with the Environmental Protection Agency. University officials also look forward to strengthening the mindset of conservation and a culture of sustainability among staff and 学生 prompted by the Cenergistic partnership.


    For more than 30 years Cenergistic has helped over 1,400 K-12 districts, universities and government municipalities find more than $5B in hidden electricity, natural gas and water savings by applying sustainability as a service solution on their campuses. 负责人, 首席财务官, COOs and board members can reduce energy and water spending by up to 25% annually with no capital investment, while improving the comfort and quality of classroom and building environments, helping 学生 and employees achieve their full potential. For ten consecutive years, Cenergistic has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year. To learn more visit www.cenergistic.com.

  • Committee for 可持续性

    Jason Grunin – (总统), Assistant Vice 总统 of 业务 and Energy Conservation

    Angie Williams – (GA for 可持续性) Museum Science and Management Graduate Student

    Jeremy Garrison – (总统 of 学生 for 可持续性) Undergraduate Student

    Devra McManus – Administrative Associate to the Executive Vice 总统

    Chad Settle – (Professor) Economics

    Bob Shipley – Associate Vice 总统 for Operations and Physical Plant

    Steve Wilkins – WFF Manager

    Mike Neal – Director of 餐厅

    Lauren Wagner – TURN representative

    Nick Salis – (Associate AD) 体育运动

    Steve Tipton – (Professor) Mechanical 工程 Department

    Lara Foley – Center for Global 教育

  • Student Groups and Campus Engagement

    可持续性 Committee: Institution has an active student organization focused on sustainability.

    可持续性 website and newsletter: Established April 2007 and includes administrators, 学生, faculty and staff from most stakeholder departments on campus including dining services, 物理设施, 采购, Janitorial Services and Administration.

    National Energy-Environment 法律 and Policy Institute (NELPI): An initiative of the George Kaiser Family Foundation, in collaboration with The University of Tulsa, serves public interest through education and research in energy, natural resources and environmental law and policy (REEL) Certificate Program)

    资源, Energy and Environmental 法律 Society (REELS) and certificate program: 法律 School (3 research asst/speakers on campus) –  TU premiere Energy /Environmental 法律 School – REELS is currently working on TU become a nationally recognized energy law school with respect to traditional and alternative energy sources and their concomitant legal issues. Furthermore, efforts are being made to make the law school more environmentally friendly. Contest anticipated for first-year law 学生 whereby teams will identify policies, 程序, and practices which the law school can change in order to reduce its environmental impact, thus saving resources and money. REELS assisting in re-design of outdoor student lounge on the east side of Mabee Legal Information Center. The plan is to incorporate recycled materials, 用节水技术栽培的花园, and solar and/or wind energy technologies.

    地球的问题: A group of 学生 who goal is working to promote sustainability and environmental activism on and around campus. Earth Matters meets weekly and plans and hosts activities including speakers and Free Veggie Lunch Day.

  • 教师 Engaged in 可持续性 研究

    Indoor Air Program – Richard Shaughnessy, 研究 Associate

    Collins College of 业务 –  蒂姆·科伯恩

    Sustainable Energy and 资源 法律 – 加里·埃里森

    工程 and 自然科学 – 吉姆Sorem

    Chemical 工程 – 泰勒约翰内斯 (Algae Biofuels, Synthetic Biology)

    化学- - - - - - 戴尔摇摇欲坠 (Nanochemistry and Materials Chemistry as they apply to Battery Electrode and Electrolyte Materials)