A committee of students works with Kelby Archer, Coordinator of Center for Environmental Studies, and Dr. Mari Elise Ewing, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Director of Thinking Green Campus Awareness (TGCA), to identify, organize, and publicize greening activities that lend themselves to broad participation. Meetings are currently on Mondays at 5 p.m. in IDEA Center 119. Meetings usually begin with general announcements before people break up into their respective committees (Events Team, Flyer Team, or Poster Team) for the rest of the meeting time.
AC Unplugged – Annual energy-saving competition held during the fall semester. Dorms compete to save the most energy in order to donate to a local charity of their choice.
GreenServe – Annual environmentally-based service event organized by Think and Service Station during the spring semester. Students go out to different sites to work on various environmental projects in the community. Past sites have included Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, Eisenhower State Park, Austin College Sneed Prairie, and the Sherman Community Garden.