Getting the Green Light

Getting the Green Light, a recurring series of online videos intended to highlight Niagara University’s sustainability efforts, will appear periodically on the university website and its social networking sites.

  • Getting the Green Light | 04.04.11

    Erin McKenney, '11, is the subject of the second episode of Getting the Green Light, a recurring video initiative launched in February by Niagara University's Sustainability Task Force. During the 2 minute, 30 second piece, McKenney talks about her role as co-president of NUHOPE (Niagara University

  • Getting the Green Light | 02.03.11

    The series debuted on Feb. 3, 2011, with an episode featuring Luna McGill, '11, of Cypress, Calif., who co-founded NUHOPE (Niagara University Helping Our Planet Earth), an environmental stewardship club on campus. McGill discussed some of the university’s eco-friendly partnerships within Niagara C

  • Getting the Green Light | 11.28.11

    Dr. Mark Gallo, an associate professor of biology, discusses how sustainability relates to his profession, his personal life and Niagara University. Hear about the work that he and his fellow NU community members are doing to "green" Monteagle Ridge.

  • Getting the Green Light | 02.03.12

    NU student Chris Dugan explains what got him interested in sustainable living, some recycling initiatives that he'd like to become involved in and what he thinks he can do to mitigate his carbon footprint.

  • Getting the Green Light | 04.24.13

    Dr. Steve Petersen, a philosophy professor and member of NU's Sustainability Task Force, speaks about the university's wide array of green initiatives, including its commitment to buying energy-efficient appliances, constructing new buildings that meet LEED certification, using renewable resources