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SFI weekly newsletter (February 11, 2008)
A weekly service of SFI – www.sfi.mtu.edu

 
SFI NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
1. U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow Visits Michigan Tech Research Labs
2. Tech-Talks Research: "Global Studies" Feb. 21
3. Time to Move to a Second Generation of Biofuels World Watch Institute
4. MTU's SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge Gets Mention in Great Lakes IT Report

NEWS
1. Unity College, in Maine, starts two new majors related to sustainability
2. Harvard Opts for Open-access Program for Free Online Publications of Academic Papers
3. Michigan Student Sustainability Coalition Drops off Valentines Cards to MI Legislature in Support for Clean Energy
4. America COMPETES Goals Reveal Tensions over Educational and Research
5. AASHE Study of Campus Sustainability Officers
6. UM Study: Michiganders Willing to Pay More for Green Power
7. Union of Concerned Scientists Report on Restoring Scientific Integrity in Government
8. Carbon Capture Strategy Could Lead To Emission-free Cars Science Daily
9. Great Energy Efficiency Day is April 16 on Capitol Hill
10. Call for Massive Carbon Tax at Emerging Issues Forum
11. GM partner ramps up cellulosic ethanol production
12. Environment In Focus -- urban air quality
13. UC Berkley Study on GHG Mitigation Options
14. U of Michigan Annual Environmental Report

SEMINARS
1. Applying Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Costing to Green Roofs and Pavement  February 18, 2008
2. SWAT model overview and implementation  February 20
3. SBE Seminar  Feb 21
4. HSPF model introduction and implementation February 27, 2008

FUNDING & AWARD OPPORTUNITIES
1. NSF Innovations in Eng Education, Curriculum Deadline: 30 Apr
2. ERDC BAA-- Army Corps of Engineers Engineer R&D Center (ERDC)
3. US Green Building Council - Green Building Research

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS & Ph. D. OPPORTUNITIES
1.Two NSF Summer Institute on Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials and Micro-Nanomanufacturing at Northwestern University
2. 3M Excellence in Acoustic Engineering - Grad Scholarship
3. Emerging Green Buildings Coordinator, USGBC

NEW RESOURCES
EVENTS & CONFERENCES 
1. Sweden’s Transition to Renewable Fuels: Can It Happen Here Too? Escanaba 2/ 28
2. CFP--14th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference --India
3. Inaugural Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University Tulane University March 14-16, 2008
4. Sustainable Manufacturing Summit—Cutting emissions from design, operations, suppliers and consumers Chicago, April 8-9, Art Institute of Chicago 
5. Urban Sustainable Design Workshop   June 17 – August 13, 2008; Chicago, IL

Please send items for inclusion in SFI weekly newsletter to Qiong (Jane) Zhang, Operation Manager, at qiong@mtu.edu, or call (906)487-3612, or Denise Heikinen, Administrative Associate, at dmheikin@mtu.edu, or call (906)487-0044.

SFI NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
1. U.S. Senator Visits Michigan Tech Research Labs
U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow viewed several presentations by research professors and  toured research labs on the Michigan Tech campus on Saturday morning, February 9. Pictures at http://www.doe.mtu.edu/news/2008_Feb_Senator/

2. Tech-Talks Research: "Global Studies" Feb. 21
The next Tech-Talks Research session will focus on global studies and will take place on Thursday, Feb. 21, 4-5 p.m. in the Memorial Union Ballroom A. There will be a cash bar, with the first pop, wine, or beer on the house, and munchies will also be provided. Globalization started centuries ago but due to technological advances it has recently become an ever-widening and deepening process that is increasing the interdependence of peoples and states.  This process has changed our world even in this somewhat remote location in the US that we call the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.   Globalization places the world at risk, but it also allows for new and exciting opportunities to emerge that have the potential to vastly improve the lives of populations everywhere. Global Studies examines this transformation into an increasingly interdependent world and the urgent and complex challenges and opportunities that it creates socially, politically and economically.  Possible topics of research, but certainly not an exhaustive list, that pertain to this focus include

     - Communication, technology, culture and society
    - Global technological leadership
    - Ethics, social justice, inequity and health
    - Global markets and trade
    - Gender and global change
    - History of industrialization
    - Global engineering/atmospheric physics and chemistry
    - Resource management
    - Governance, conflict and conflict resolution

All faculty and staff members who feel they can make a contribution to research conducted within this focus or who want to learn about the efforts of others are strongly encouraged to attend. In addition, if you are interested in giving a short presentation at this session please send your two slides to Donna J. Michalek, donna@mtu.edu, by Wednesday, Feb. 20. The Tech-Talks Research series is sponsored by the Provost's Office and the Office of the Vice President for Research.

3. Time to Move to a Second Generation of Biofuels
 The two studies published in the journal Science last week (and sent to SFI-l on Feb 8) conclude that almost all biofuels can actually produce more carbon dioxide emissions than they save. The Science papers have received a lot of press this week: See below for links to Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Farm Policy, and Washington Post. Ten senior scientists responded to the new studies by sending a letter to President Bush and House Speaker Pelosi urging them to reconsider their energy policies. However, World Watch Institute is calling for further research into “biofuels made from waste biomass or from biomass grown on abandoned agricultural lands planted with perennials incur little or no carbon debt and offer immediate and sustained GHG advantages.” WWI says “The main message the world should take from the new biofuels studies is that the current world agricultural system, like the world energy system, is unsustainable. And unless it’s fixed, rising production of both fuels and food will wreak havoc.” See the WWI full report at the WWI address:   http://www.worldwatch.org/node/5616
 
Wall Street Journal http://online.wsj.com/article/SB120241324358751455.html
New York Times  http://tinyurl.com/2mxz3u
Los Angeles Times http://tinyurl.com/ypuu8t
Washington Post http://tinyurl.com/2rv8dq
FarmPolicy.com report for Feb 8th <http://www.farmpolicy.com>

4. MTU's Society of Automotive Engineers Clean Snowmobile Challenge Gets Mention in Great Lakes IT Report
The Great Lakes IT Report, a daily summary of Technology related news from Michigan notes that a Ferndale-based Gage Products Co. will be an official sponsor for a sixth consecutive year of the annual Society of Automotive Engineers Clean Snowmobile Challenge, scheduled for March 10-15 at MTU. Gage, a leading supplier of test fuels, paint solvents and paint-system recycling products for the automotive industry, will provide alternative fuels to participating college and university teams. Michigan participants in the challenge include Kettering University and Michigan Tech. http://www.wwj.com/GLITR-page/714615

5. MTU Hosts Peace Corps Recruiter Wednesday, February 20

A U.S. Peace Corps recruiter will host an informational meeting and screen a Peace Corps video in the Red Metal Room (105A) of the MUB on Wednesday, February 20 beginning at 6 p.m.  Everyone is welcome.

For more information on this visit, contact Julia Capizzi at 321-353-9092 or at jcapizzi@peacecorps.gov.  For more information on the Peace Corps in general, visit www.peacecorps.gov.

NEWS
1. Unity College, in Maine, starts two new majors related to sustainability
Unity College, in Maine, is starting two new majors related to sustainability: sustainable design and technology, and agriculture, food and sustainability.
from AASHE http://www.unity.edu/NewsEvents/News/Sustain08.aspx

2. Harvard Opts for Open-access Program for Online Publications of Academic Papers
Harvard University’s arts and sciences faculty approved a plan on Tuesday that will post finished academic papers online free, unless scholars specifically decide to opt out of the open-access program. While other institutions have similar repositories for their faculty’s work, Harvard’s is unique for making online publication the default option. The decision, which only affects the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, won’t necessarily disrupt exclusivity agreements with journals or upend the academic publishing industry, but it could send a signal that a standard bearer in higher education is seriously looking at alternative distribution models for its faculty’s scholarship. From Inside Higher Ed http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2008/02/13/openaccess

3. Michigan Student Sustainability Coalition Drops off Valentines Cards to MI Legislature in Support for Clean Energy
Rising to the Climate Challenge—Lansing--At 10 a.m. on February 14th, 2008, the Michigan Student Sustainability Coalition held a press conference at the state capitol in Lansing, Mi to announce the launch of the Energy Future campaign and to drop off  Valentines Day cards to members of the Michigan Legislature. The M.S.S.C. dropped off the cards in conjunction with thousands of youth across the state that sent online Valentines Day cards to the state legislature over the past month through Cleanenergylove.com.  
Michigan Student Sustainability Coalition-- www.groups.google.com/group/mssc_mi
For more information on Valentines Card Campaign, please visit: www.cleanenergylove.com.

4. America COMPETES Goals Revealed Tensions over Educational and Research
Thursday's House of Representatives hearing on funding the America COMPETES Act's competitiveness goals in the 2009 fiscal year revealed yet more tensions over priorities among educational and research programs. As the lone witness at the hearing, John Marburger III, the director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, cited the need to avoid "excessive or duplicative funding" and defended the Bush administration's 2009 budget request. In some areas, that didn't satisfy Rep. Bart Gordon (D-Tenn.), chairman of the Committee on Science and Technology, who said he was "deeply disappointed" to see math and science training programs at the National Science Foundation shortchanged. The 2009 request would provide 10 percent of what the NSF says is necessary for its scholarship and graduate research fellowship programs, although Marburger noted the budget represents a $65 million increase over the 2008 level funded in the December omnibus appropriations bill.
http://science.house.gov/press/PRArticle.aspx?NewsID=2089

4. AASHE Study of Campus Sustainability Officers
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education has released a study on the position (relatively new at many campuses) of sustainability officer, examining when jobs were created, reporting structures, salaries, funding sources and other factors related to the posts. http://www.aashe.org/resources/position_surveys.php

5. UM Study: Michiganders Willing to Pay More for Green Power
Three out of four residents in the auto industry-dominated state of Michigan would be willing to pay for ways to increase the role of renewable energy sources, a new University of Michigan survey says. More from WWJ Newsradio 950  http://www.wwj.com/GLITR-page/714615

6. Union of Concerned Scientists Releases Report on Restoring Scientific Integrity in Government Agency Research
The new statement calls for the government to create the conditions necessary for federal scientists to be able to do their jobs. Federal scientists should have the freedom to publicly communicate their findings; publish their work; disclose misrepresentation, censorship and other abuses of science; and have their technical work evaluated by peers—all without fear of retribution. The report is available in pdf at www.ucsusa.org/scientific_integrity/restoring/federal-science.html

7. Carbon Capture Strategy Could Lead To Emission-free Cars
Researchers have developed a strategy to capture, store and eventually recycle carbon from vehicles. They envision a zero emission car, and a transportation system completely free of fossil fuels. Little research has been done to explore carbon capture from vehicles, but now a team of scientists outline an economically feasible strategy for processing fossil or synthetic, carbon-containing liquid fuels that allows for the capture and recycling of carbon at the point of emission. Science Daily http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/02/080211134444.htm

8. Great Energy Efficiency Day is April 16 on Capitol Hill
This year's Alliance to Save Energy Great Energy Efficiency Day, aka GEED, is April 16 in the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C. Please watch your mailboxes, News You Can Use and http://ase.org/section/_audience/events1/geed for agenda and registration information as it develops. For sponsorship information of this popular annual event, please contact Marcy Devaney at mdevaney@ase.org.

9. Call for Massive Carbon Tax at Emerging Issues Forum
Best selling author of The World Is Flat and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman told a crowd of 1,000 Monday at the Emerging Issues Forum that a “massive carbon tax.” The two-day conference of leaders from the energy industry including General Electric Corp met at N.C. State University this week. Friedman said the tax country needs a "massive carbon tax" so energy companies would be forced to look to alternative and green energy to survive. Friedman said that fear of global warming, real or not, is good for America because the nation needs to shift from fossil fuels to energy efficiency for more reasons than just global warming. To get there, innovation is the key. But for the green revolution to take root and evolve, it must be about promoting growth, he said. That's the only way the world will take it seriously and why it has, until recently, been viewed as a fringe movement from the far left. See Power Marketers Feb. 11
http://www.innovations.harvard.edu/news/83891.html

10. GM Partner Ramps Up Cellulosic Ethanol Production
Warrenville, Ill.-based Coskata Inc. is teaming up with builder ICM Inc. to construct two new plants to produce cellulosic ethanol from the low-cost process it detailed last month, AutoTech Daily reported. The first facility, whose location hasn't been identified, is expected to open in 2010 with the capacity to make 100 million gallons of ethanol per year. General Motors Corp. recently acquired a minority stake in Coskata, which says it can produce ethanol made from waste agricultural products and other recycled organics for about $1 per gallon, making it cost-competitive to gasoline. http://www.wwj.com/pages/1634679.ph

11. Environment In Focus -Urban Air Quality

Dr. Bhola R. Gurjar, Ajay Nagpure, and Tushar Singh discuss urban air quality and its health impacts, detailing specific pollution episodes and potentials for improvement.  Do not forget to explore our developing climate change collection as well as a timeline, FAQs and top related websites, among other features in this week's Environment in Focus. <http://www.eoearth.org/>  <http://www.earthportal.org/?page_id=70>

12. UC Berkley Study on GHG Mitigation Options
The University of California Berkley recently published the findings of a climate action course that evaluated options for reducing the University's greenhouse gas emissions. The students found that green building retrofits should be expanded, renewable energy should be used on campus, and that the campus needs to develop a long-term program for mobilizing the resources needed to become a more energy-efficient campus.
See also: Climate Action Course Final Report http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/calcap/docs/ClimateActionCourse_PPT.pdf

13. U Michigan Annual Environmental Report
The University of Michigan recently released its Annual Environmental Report, which lists the University's energy use, water use, emissions, waste production, mass transit systems, and total carbon footprint. The report finds that the institution's carbon output decreased by 40,000 pounds since 2004. http://www.oseh.umich.edu/Stewardship/reporting.html
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SEMINARS
1 Applying Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Costing to Green Roofs and Pavement Design
by Dr. Amlan Mukherjee
Dow 642    3:00 p.m. Monday, February 18, 2008

2. SWAT model overview and implementation - Nate Bosch, Wednesday, February 20
LimnoTech Watershed Modeling Seminar Series     Dow 875      8:00-10:00 am                                       
For questions, contact Maureen Habarth at mlhabart@mtu.edu

3. SBE Seminar Feb 21
Assistant Professor Yuliya Strizhakova (SBE) will present her research paper "Building Identity through Brands in the Global Marketplace: A Comparison of Two Countries" Thursday, Feb. 21, 3 p.m. in Academic Offices 101 as part of the SBE Research Seminar Series. Strizhakova will examine whether and how global myth drives consumer involvement with branded products among US and Romanian youth. The Michigan Tech research community is invited to attend to hear about current research efforts in the School of Business and Economics.

4. HSPF model introduction and implementation – Wednesday, February 27, 2008
LimnoTech Watershed Modeling Seminar Series Dow 875          8:00-10:00 am                                                  
For questions, contact Maureen Habarth at mlhabart@mtu.edu
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FUNDING & AWARD OPPORTUNITIES  

To submit research proposals through the Sustainable Futures Institute, add “SFI” to the DEPT/CENTER/INSTITUTE(S) column for identifying the PI’s and co-PI’s. The transmittal sheet must then be signed by the SFI Director, John Sutherland, on page 3. (If John Sutherland is unavailable for signing transmittal sheets, Qiong (Jane) Zhang can also sign for SFI). Submitting proposals under SFI provides wider publicity and  recognition for your research as well as a 10% return on your incentive account.

1. NSF Innovations in Eng Education, Curriculum
Deadline: 30 Apr
Grant Types: Exploratory ($100k for 1 year, 32-40 awards anticipated)
Expansion ($500k for 2-3 years, 8-10 awards anticipated)

The Innovations in Engineering Education, Curriculum, and Infrastructure (IEECI) program supports research that addresses 3 basic issues related to engineering education: (1) how students best learn the ideas, principles, and practices to become creative and innovative engineers, and how this learning is measured; and (2) research that helps the community understand how to better attract a more talented and diverse student body, in particular U.S. citizens and permanent residents, to all levels of engineering study. This would also include research to understand how to increase student interest in engineering by leveraging partnerships among engineering schools, school districts and exemplary non-profit organizations to recruit and retain engineering students. Finally (3), this program will support projects to investigate potential models for the evaluation of and assessment of how successful teaching, advising, and mentoring leads to improved retention and graduation, and ultimately, to a sound business model for engineering education.

2. ERDC BAA  The Army Corps of Engineers Engineer R&D Center (ERDC)
 ERDC BAA  The Army Corps of Engineers Engineer R&D Center (ERDC) has put out their BAA. The member labs of ERDC include
Coastal and Hydraulics Lab
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab
Construction Engineering Research Lab
Environmental Lab
Geotechnical and Structures Lab
Info Technology Lab
Topographic Engineering Center
Here’s the link to ERDC http://www.erdc.usace.army.mil/pls/erdcpub/www_welcome.navigation_page?tmp_next_page=-9999
and the link to the BAA http://www.erdc.usace.army.mil/pls/erdcpub/WWW_WELCOME.Navigation_PAGE?tmp_Next_Page=45

3. US Green Building Council - Green Building Research
Deadline: 6 Mar 2008 (Preproposal)

The USGBC has $2M this year for GB research. $500,000 is for K-12 issues. The grants have two sizes (1) $50k-150k and (2) $150k-250k. Typical duration is 1-2 years. Cost share with commercial organizations is encouraged. According to the RFP the “research will result in knowledge, technologies and/or tools that will advance building science and market transformation. An empahsis is placed on outcomes that can be immediately disseminated to, and applied by, owners, designers, builders and operators in the form of research reports, guidelines and/or tools.”
Here’s the link to USGBC http://www.usgbc.org/News/PressReleaseDetails.aspx?ID=3584
and a link to the .pdf file of the RFP http://www.usgbc.org/Docs/News/ResearchFund_RFPP_Feb4.pdf
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JOBS & INTERNSHIPS & Ph.D. OPPORTUNITIES
1. Two NSF Summer Institute on Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials and Micro-Nanomanufacturing at Northwestern University

Northwestern University has an NSF funded “NSF Summer Institute on Nanomechanics, Nanomaterials and Micro-Nanomanufacturing.”  Deadline 1 Mar (Fellowship App)
Here’s the link: http://www.tam.northwestern.edu/summerinstitute/_links/nanomfg-course.htm

The first course this summer is High-Rate Nanomanufacturing (2-5 Jun)
- principles and best practices when purchasing, creating, or using instruments/equipment/devices for nano-scale measurements/manufacturing.
 - principles of top-down processes;
- principles of bottom-up processes;
- principles of continuous processes for high-rate nano-manufacturing; and
- applications of micro/nano-manufacturing processes to create bio-sensors and batteries.
The second course is entitled Energy Challenge and Nanotechnology (23-26 Jun)
- photovoltaics - thermoelectric - hydrogen storage - fuel cells - biofuel- friction reduction- Li-ion batteries- nuclear energy- organic LED lighting
There are fellowships available to cover the fees and travel for faculty, graduate students, postdocs. 

2. 3M Excellence in Acoustic Engineering - Grad Scholarship
Deadline: 15 Apr 2008 (application)
3M will award $5,000 scholarships to two outstanding graduate (MS/PhD) level students. The purpose of the scholarship is to recognize students for their high level of achievement in the Acoustic Sciences field of study, contributions to the profession, and their intent to pursue noise, vibration & harshness (NVH) engineering careers.
This opportunity will be posted at www.thinsulate.com in the near future.
All questions should be directed to: David Schlaefer 3M Acoustic Solutions, 3M Center Building 235-2E-85, St. Paul, MN 55144 (651) 733-4475.

3. Emerging Green Buildings Coordinator, USGBC
The U.S. Green Building Council is seeking an Emerging Green Buildings Coordinator to coordinate and facilitate all aspects of USGBC’s Emerging Green Builders program. This full-time position involves outreach to university groups as well as to USGBC chapters to cultivate, educate and activate the future leaders of the green building movement and USGBC. The candidate must have a bachelor's degree and a minimum of three years relationship management experience. http://www.usgbc.org/DisplayPage.aspx?CMSPageID=63&#EGBCoord-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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EVENTS & CONFERENCES 
1. Sweden’s Transition to Renewable Fuels: Can It Happen Here Too? Escanaba 
February 28, 2008   10:00 am to Noon Bay de Noc Community College
2001 North Lincoln Road. Escanaba MI

A Seminar for Planners, Administrators, and Dreamers
This seminar, jointly sponsored by representatives from Michigan Tech, Michigan State U., and members of Sweden’s forest and energy agencies, will acquaint participants with the prospects for converting from fossil fuels to biofuels to meet energy needs. Representatives from the Swedish Forest Agency and Energy Agency for Southeast Sweden will be on hand to discuss Sweden’s success in producing over a quarter of all their energy needs—including heat, electricity, and transportation fuel—from biofuels readily available for Sweden’s renewable forests. Among several issues, speakers will address questions about how to achieve the goal of becoming 100% independent from fossil fuels, how to ensure that increased use of the forest will not harm the environment, and how to keep costs down to attract businesses. They will address strategies that work for big cities as well as small communities of less than 400 people.  There is no fee for participation and reservations are not required. For more information, contact Michigan State University’s Upper Peninsula Tree Improvement Center at 906-786-1575 or uptic@msu.edu.

2. CFP--14th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference September 21-23, 2008, India Habitat Center New Delhi, India


The International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) is pleased to announce its 14th annual conference. The conference takes place in New Delhi, India, September 21-23, 2008. India provides a very important platform and context for sustainable development research. The topics discussed and research themes addressed will cover the diversity of aspects and approaches in sustainable development research. See http://www.14aisdrc2008.com/ for details and call for papers.

3. Inaugural Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative—University at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, March 14-16, 2008
Former President Bill Clinton announced that the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) will expand its work to college and university campuses through CGI U, a youth-focused meeting that will bring together students, academics, and social, political, and cultural leaders to discuss pressing issues and ways to bring about global action to solve them. The Inaugural Meeting of CGI U will take place March 14-16, 2008, at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Students who wish to attend the meeting can apply online. There is no cost to attend CGI U and some travel assistance is available. www.cgiu.org

4. Sustainable Manufacturing Summit—Cutting emissions from design, operations, suppliers and consumers
Chicago, April 8-9, at The Art Institute of Chicago 
http://www.greenpowerconferences.com/corporateclimateresponse/sustainable_manufacturing_summit.html

5. Urban Sustainable Design Workshop   June 17 – August 13, 2008; Chicago, IL
The Foresight Design Initiative is offering a summer workshop called the Urban Sustainable Design Studio. The workshop is designed to empower participants to become better sustainable innovators through a unique, experiential learning program. Through an intensive mix of weekly readings, field trips, guest speakers and hands-on project work, attendees learn about the sector and delve into the innovation process. Graduates of the program leave with a deeper understanding of sustainability, the potential of design to analyze and address systemic issues, and the many opportunities for, and barriers to, influencing change. The program is for students, recent graduates and young professionals. The early decision application deadline is March 17, 2008. http://www.foresightdesign.org/usds/

To save on energy--Please shut off lights, idling equipment, computers, research setups, fume hoods and exhaust fans whenever possible, and also keep windows and doors closed. Fume hoods, especially, are huge energy consumers.



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