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Thank you for your interest in Georgia State’s environmental club. The Student Environmental Team (S.E.T.) is a grass roots organization working with the GSU Campus. S.E.T has become an integral part of the GSU culture through organizational affiliations and student relations. Introducing educational programs and hosting engaging events are avenues that S.E.T used to positively influence student minds about sustainability.

Wanna know what we are up to? Here is our calendar: https://goo.gl/dXO4r4 

Meetings are every Thursday at 5pm-6pm in 500 Kell Hall!


The Student Environmental Team (formerly Sustainable Energy Tribe) has thus far hosted two solar powered panel concerts, two end of semester camping trips, revamped the campus recycling program, increasing general awareness of environmental issues on campus. Our main focuses are Energy Conservation, Forest, Water Conservation, and Recycling.


Current members already have a passion for helping the environment. By having such different focuses, members get to explore whichever area of the environment interests them the most and learn more about the environment and themselves. We work, research, and promote small tasks to accomplish major goals.
 

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To contact the Student Environmental Team, email setribe@gmail.com

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Thank you for your interest in Georgia State's environmental club. The Sustainable Energy Tribe (S.E.T.) is a grass roots organization working with the GSU Campus. S.E.T. has become an integral part of the GSU culture through organizational affiliations and student relations. Introducing educational programs and hosting engaging events are avenues that S.E.T use to influence students to be more sustainability, or open to sustainable practices.

The Sustainable Energy Tribe has thus far hosted two solar powered panel concerts, two end of semester camping trips, revamped the campus recycling program, and has been an integral part of getting the Sustainability Fee as part of the Student Activities Fee. Our main focuses are Energy Conservation, Water Conservation, Urban Gardening, and Recycling.

Current members already have a passion for helping the environment. By having such different focuses, members get to explore whichever area of the environment interests them the most and learn more about the environment and themselves. We work, research, and promote small tasks to accomplish major goals.

Facebook: Sustainable Energy Tribe at Georgia State University
Instagram and Twitter: @setribe

To contact the Sustainable Energy Tribe, email setribe@gmail.com

Category

Environmental

President Name

Gina Sheridan

Public Organization Email

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Faculty/Staff Advisor Name

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Michael Black

Faculty/Staff Advisor Email
Organization Purpose Statement

To enlighten the campus about the benefits of recycling, reduction of energy consumption, and water conservation. Working with staff and students to lead Georgia state's campus in a more sustainable way.

Select your organization's primary membership demographic

Undergraduate

Total Organization Members

168

Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

To be an official member we ask that you make it to at least two meetings, two SET events, or a combination of the two.

Are members required to pay dues to particpate?

No

Meeting Day

Thursdays

Meeting Time

5:00-7:00pm

Meeting Location

Kell Hall 500

Administrator Use Only
Fee Council this organization belongs to:

Sustainability Initiative