25th July 2014

EAUC membership for all staff and students


Student Membership Poster

The Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) aims to inspire, promote and support change towards best practice sustainability within the operations, curriculum and research of the UK tertiary education sector. As the sustainability champion for universities and colleges in the UK, it's run by members, for its members, to drive sustainability to the heart of further and higher education. As a proud Member of the EAUC, all of our staff (including staff in Student Unions) and students have unlimited access* to resources, unrivalled knowledge, developmental and networking opportunities provided. As the primary owner of the Membership, I thought you’d be interested in learning more about the EAUC to help your professional development and to support our institution to embed sustainability even further into our operations. [insert institution name] is a community and we all have a role to play in sustainability. By taking advantage of our EAUC Membership, staff and students can work alongside each other making us stronger.  The profile of the EAUC Membership base covers all areas of an institution's focus from procurement, travel and energy, to student and community engagement and the curriculum. With 3,000 individual Members, EAUC Membership truly offers something for everyone. How to sign up

To take advantage of our existing Membership, create a free EAUC account by registering on the website using your institutional email address – simply select our institution in the drop-down box. You will then have access to all Member-only resources, discounts and services! Please do pass this onto any colleagues and students who you think could also benefit from our EAUC Membership. Forward to a friend 

Kind regards,

Alice

 

Alice Rose Elliott

Head of Sustainability

University of Chester

www.greenchester.co.uk

@greenchester

  *Students and staff in Student Unions will not be able to access the Educational Members' Network and certain EAUC groups

Register for an EAUC account now