Earth Week events 2011
Queens University of Charlotte continues to celebrate Earth Week through Thursday with the following events:
- 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Outdoor picnic hosted by Queens Dining Services in residential quad. All of the food waste and special dinnerware and utensils made from leaves will be composted along with the drinkware which is made of biodegradable corn plastic.
- 12:30pm: Tree planting in residential quad. (The campus community will come together to plant a scarlet oak between Evans Clock Tower and Hayes Residence Hall.)
- 4 p.m. - 5 p.m.: Stormwater management lecture by Michael Cole of ColeJenest & Stone in Sykes Auditorium. (Learn about innovative and sustainable storm water management techniques for a healthy campus and planet. Refreshments will be served.)
- 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.: Third annual "Power Down Day." (People across Queens will be asked to unplug as many electronic devices as possible for the day. The amount of energy this effort could save would power dozens of homes and businesses.)
- 11:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.: Weekly Chapel service outside Belk Chapel.
- Cato Students Meet Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts
- Chamber Singers Learn, Perform in NYC
- Queens is a leader in health care education
- McColl School Graduate Students Benefit from Executive Coaching
- Peter Browning and Will Sparks Co-Author "The Director's Manual: A Framework for Board Governance"
- Students Embrace Community Service to Honor Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Cell Biology Students Judge Sedgefield Elementary Science Fair
- Students Create Fairy Tale Reenactments for Spanish-Speaking Preschoolers
- Bart Lundy Leads Men's Basketball to National Ranking
- Father and Son Contribute to Queens' Basketball Success