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Student Applications for Summer ISAC Internships Due March 23

February 28, 2014

Penn undergrads interested in environmental sustainability can spend the summer working as a research assistant to a Penn faculty member looking to infuse their course with “green” themes. Four paid positions are available for students able to work a 40-hour work week. Students review syllabi, revise readings, create course materials and more, in order to include elements of sustainability in a new or existing course. 2014 will be the program’s third summer: To date, both teachers and students have testified to the value of the program. Student applications are due March 23. Learn more on the Green Campus Partnership website.

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By turning down a thermostat by 1 degree, you can save 3% on your home energy bill.

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