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Drive For Green Campaign

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Team Members

Mariela Sanchez      (313)467-6708      fh1588@wayne.edu

Michael Dunne        (313)382-6740      br8398@wayne.edu

Owen Pierce            (313)463-1094      ev5638@wayne.edu

Douglas Sheldon      (810)304-0461      cj2240@wayne.edu

Ryan Thai                (586)322-6093      az7966@wayne.edu

Erik Kaptanowsky      (734)262-3292      fg6012@wayne.edu



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PROJECT 3A (The Plan)


Step One:


     We will create a feasibility study on ways to improve funding for Wayne State's green sustainability initiative and how it is handled in the current committee.  The Office of Sustainability was created on 2011.  However, lately, the progression on making Wayne State University greener has been very slow due to lack of funding.  Wayne State does not have the funding to create new greener changes.  How the money is being distributed to the Office of Sustainability is a mystery and funds received per year is very small. Our goal is to provide with two to three potential projects to help support the funding and the process.  First, we will find ways to increase the funding for new projects and we find/create a feasible committee and its structure.  The audience is composed of Larry Fedor (Director of Energy Management), the Board of Governors, and the Facilities Planning and Management Group.


Step Two:

Reading Responses


Step Three:

Research Questions (Drive For Green)


Step Four:

Accountability Form.pdf


The Memo



PROJECT 3B (The Project)


Superstructure Outline


Research Summaries


The Draft


The Overview and Details of Alternatives


Results : Desirability






The Hybrid Model




Peer Editing


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Necessary Revisions Since April 16, 2015


Cover Page

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Table of Contents

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Executive Summary



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Overview of Alternatives

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Method Tools



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Alternative 1 Model Diagram

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Alternative 2 Model Diagram

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Alternative 3 Model Diagram

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Report Format Doc File

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Drive For Green Report Revision 2.docx

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Updates Since 4/21/2015 



Ryan Thai and Douglas Sheldon


OUR REPORT OF AWESOMENESS (In order of editing)

Drive For Green Report Revision 3.docx

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Summary Added

Results partially edited so far


Drive For Green Report Revision 4.docx

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Drive For Green Report Revision 5.docx

Evaluation section edited


Drive For Green Report Revision 6.docx

Executive Summary and Evaluation edited


Drive For Green Report Revision 7.docx

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PowerPoint Cover Page

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Final Report


Drive For Green Report FINAL REPORT.pdf

Drive For Green Report FINAL REPORT.docx


Research Materials:

Dedicated Student Fees for Energy Sustainability in Higher Education



NY Times article on investing in energy: Here!


More research materials under Research Questions 


Possible Survey Questions

survey questions







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