Robert Pion 2013 masccc

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Robert Pion 2013 masccc

  1. 1. BOSTON COLLEGEFAITH ANDSUSTAINABILITY
  2. 2. ST. Ignatius Loyola (Founder of Jesuits)1491 Born: Loyola, Spain;Basque region1540 Founded the Society ofJesus1548 First Jesuit College1556 Died. At the time, therewere some 35 Jesuitcolleges across Europe1700s Over 800 collegesEurope, Asia andLatin AmericaIgnatius and “Friends” sawschools as a powerful means offorming minds and hearts.
  3. 3. 28 U.S. Jesuit InstitutionsBoston College - Canisius College - College of the HolyCrossCreighton University - Fairfield University - FordhamUniversityGeorgetown University - Gonzaga University –John Carroll University -Le Moyne College –Loyola Marymount University - Loyola University ChicagoLoyola University Maryland - Loyola University NewOrleansMarquette University - Regis University - RockhurstUniversitySaint Josephs University - Saint Louis University –Saint Peters College - Santa Clara University –Seattle University - Spring Hill CollegeUniversity of Detroit Mercy - University of San Francisco
  4. 4. Boston College StatisticsFounded in 1863 – 150 year AnniversaryUndergraduate students: 9,686Graduate students: 4,673Resident undergrad students: 7221Total FTE: 2,418Total acreage: 338Total square feet: 7,121,468LEED Bldgs: 5 & 1 LEED Silver (anticipated)
  5. 5. BC Mission Statement“Boston College draws inspiration for its academic societalmission from its distinctive religious tradition. As a Catholicand Jesuit university, it is rooted in a world view thatencounters God in all creation and through all humanactivity, especially in the search for truth in every discipline,in the desire to learn, and in the call to live justly together.In this spirit, the University regards the contribution ofdifferent religious traditions and value systems as essentialto the fullness of its intellectual life and to the continuousdevelopment of its distinctive intellectual heritage.”
  6. 6. Jesuit EducationJesuit education can be considered aprocess:1 It begins with paying attention to experience(Be attentive)2 moves to reflecting on its meaning(Be reflective)3 and ends in deciding how to act(Be loving)
  7. 7. BC Student FormationIntellectualGoalisintegration
  8. 8. Sustainable PrinciplesSocialEnvironmental Economic
  9. 9. Integrated Sustainability PathwaysSource: Jay R. Galbraith, Designing Organizations: An Executive Briefing on Strategy, Structure, and Process(San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995), adapted by Bill FischerAcademicCommunityAdministration Student &student -focusedDepartments * Alumni* includes: Facilities, Dining, ITS, Athletics, Procurement, Parking & Transp. & others
  10. 10. Service, Social Justice & SolidarityAppalachia VolunteersArrupe InternationalImmersion Program4BostonUrban ImmersionSOA/IFTLoyola VolunteersOver 80% of BC students participate in volunteer programs
  11. 11. BClean – Senior move outIncrease studentaccountability forcleaning their livingspacesv  Complete redevelopment of the ResidentialLife move-out process including a significantincrease in staff to resident interactionsv  Institution of a significant fine of $500 perpersonv  The development and communication of clearand concise move-out expectationsv  Implementation of new marketing andawareness program
  12. 12. Not only are the logistics of the moving process mademore efficient, but students are also able to further theirpursuit of the Jesuit mission as “men and women forothers.”BClean
  13. 13. BClean
  14. 14. BClean - ResultsMay 2011HGRM 2088 large items557 boxes of itemsSVdeP 7.1 tons of clothes and0.55 tons of food recycledMay 2012HGRM 2751 large items(35% over 2011)SVdeP 13.6 tons of clothes(48% over 2011)0.88 tons of food(38% over 2011)
  15. 15. »  Start the marketing program much earlier»  Solidify the move-out service provider during theSummer (by June 1st)»  Continue to streamline the check-out process»  Increase the days services are provided»  Create a Sunday Night Plan»  Increase the number of trucks and staff provided bythe agencies»  Increase the communication between Res Life andFacilities around extensions and open rooms»  Continue to develop relationship between ParkingServices, BCPD, Facilities and Res LifeAdjustments for 2012BClean - Review
  16. 16. Bclean – HGRM Newsletter

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