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PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar
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PERC ReVision 2010 Webinar

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PERC updating its members on the strategic planning outcome that included mission, vision and one year objectives. And funding including dues.

PERC updating its members on the strategic planning outcome that included mission, vision and one year objectives. And funding including dues.

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    • 1. 1
      The state of PERC and where we’re heading
    • 2. Topics
      What we’ve accomplished
      Where we are
      Where we’re going
      The case for dues
      The case for teams
      Timeline
      2
    • 3. Topics
      What we’ve accomplished
      Where we are
      Where we’re going
      The case for dues
      The case for teams
      Timeline
      3
    • 4. 4
      What we’ve accomplished
      Wind Power Market Development
      PERC responsible for creating market
      for wind power in PA
    • 5. 5
      What we’ve accomplished
      RESEARCH
      Watershed Protection
      $300,000 grant from EPA
      Sustainable Development
      • $80,000 DEP grant
    • 6
      What we’ve accomplished
      Energy Efficiency
      8 workshops
      Greenhouse Gas Inventory & Reduction
      Dickinson College
      Gettysburg College
    • 6. 7
      What we’ve accomplished
      Sustainable Development Network for PA
      Supporting sustainable communities
      Solar Power Development
      • Worked with the Sustainable Energy Fund
      • 7. Create & funded Solar Scholars Program
      Franklin & Marshall College
    • 8. 8
      Real-World Research Opportunities
      With DEP & DCNR, developed 1st research agenda on PA sustainability.
      What we’ve accomplished
    • 9. 9
      What we’ve accomplished
      Municipal Greeenhouse Gases Inventories and Reduction Strategies
      6 schools
      25 municipalities
    • 10. Topics
      What we’ve accomplished
      Where we are
      Where we’re going
      The case for dues
      The case for teams
      Timeline
      10
    • 11. 11
      Where we are
      What’s Changed
      Director / Staffing
      Until 2007, DEP in kind
      80% of Don Brown’s time
      Lebanon Valley College
    • 12. 12
      Where we are
      On the other hand…
      Grants have languished
      Contact w/ schools-- limited
      Communication between members--limited
      Committees not meeting
      Some schools not active
      Some reps not involved
    • 13. 13
      Where we are
      NEW
      Executive Committee
      Energy
      Vision
      Allegheny College
    • 14. Executive Committee
      14
    • 15. Executive Committee
      15
    • 16. Non-voting Exec.Comm.
      16
    • 17. 17
      Where we are
      Process: Retreat Meetings
      Strategic planning
      Visioning
      Mission
      Vision /value prop
      Budgeting/dues
      Programming
      Collaboration
      Penn State University
    • 18. 18
      Where we are
      Emailed or phone called reps, seeking input on:
      PERC direction and
      PERC dues
      Reported at April retreat
      Lafayette College
    • 19. 19
      Where we are
      Outcome
      Mission
      Vision
      Lehigh University
    • 20. 20
      Where we are
      PERC enables Pennsylvania’s colleges and universities to share knowledge and take action toward a sustainable future.
      PERC’s Mission
      Wilkes University
    • 21. 21
      Where we are
      Vision
      Organizations with documented vision statements are almost 30% more likely to succeed… than those without.
    • 22. 22
      Where we are
      VISION (draft)
      PERC member schools will be models and messengers of sustainability.
      PERC associates will find it easy to connect through a variety of PERC-enabled virtual methods and to build relationships face-to-face at PERC meetings.
      Through collaboration, research, knowledge sharing and action taking, PERC schools will be seen as “momentum generators” toward statewide sustainability.
      PERC will be a leading model for higher ed sustainability organizations nationwide.
    • 23. Topics
      What we’ve accomplished
      Where we are
      Where we’re going
      The case for dues
      The case for teams
      Timeline
      23
    • 24. 24
      Picturing
      PERC
      in 2015
    • 25. 25
      PERC in 2015
      Sustainability/ Climate Commitment
      • Best practices
      • 26. Compare metrics
      Faculty
      • Collaborate
      Bucknell University
      Gannon College
    • 27. 26
      PERC in 2015
      PERC 2015
      Administrative
      • Curriculum
      • 28. Recruiting
      Harrisburg Area Community College
    • 29. 27
      PERC in 2015
      PERC 2015
      Duquesne University
      Core Teams
      Conferences
      Webinars
      Emerging Teams
    • 28
      PERC in 2015
      Student Projects
      • Explore passion for sustainability
      • 32. competing and
      • 33. cooperating
      • 34. Social Media
      Ambler Campus, Temple University
    • 35. 29
      PERC in 2015
      TOOLS
      • Online database
      • 36. E-newsletter
      • 37. Enhanced website
      Clarion University
      • Other media tools
    • 30
      PERC in 2015
      Outreach Programs
      • Aiding communities’ sustainability
      • 38. Improving community relations
      • 39. Adding momentum to PA efforts.
      Carnegie Mellon University
    • 40. 31
      PERC in 2015
      Bulk-purchasing
      • Lower cost
      • 41. Renewable power
      • 42. Energy reduction
      • 43. Other sustainability-related purchases
      Grant conduit between…
      • Research funders
      • 44. Researchers
      • 45. Multiple schools
      University of Pennsylvania
    • 46. 32
      PERC in 2015
      Corporate Sponsors underwrite mission
      • Attend PERC events
      • 47. Appear in PERC’s database.
      • 48. Connect with PERC members
    • Near Term
      2010-2011
      33
    • 49. 34
      Near Term
      2010-2011 infrastructure
      Committee/teams revival
      Web site
      Institute webinars
      Newsletter
      Expand associate members
      Database: member accessible*
      (Pending resources)
    • 50. Near Term
      35
    • 51. Topics
      What we’ve accomplished
      Where we are
      Where we’re going
      The case for dues
      The case for teams
      Timeline
      36
    • 52. 37
      The Case for Dues
      • Successful association organizations have a bedrock of dues
      Building takes money
      Grantors look for dues
      Volunteering
      Essential, not sufficient
      Need dedicated staff
      RESEARCHED other orgs and models
      Eastern University
    • 53. 38
    • 54. 39
      The Case for Dues
      Membership Value
      Free PERC Conferences
      Free PERC Webinars
      Influence priorities
      • Influence programming
      • 55. Participation in grant solicitations
      • 56. Participation in bulk purchasing
      • 57. Unlimited* PERC associates per school
      • 58. Full access to website/ database *
      Widener University Law School
      * Currently ** Pending Resources
    • 59. 40
      The Case for Dues
      “Affilate” Schools
      • Non-voting
      • 60. Still receive communications
      • 61. Newsletter, website, event notices
      St. Francis University students
      Wallop Island, VA
      Pay for services
      Conferences & workshops $175-$225
      Webinars $75- $125
    • 62. RESOLVED: that the PERC Board of Governors accept the recommended dues structure.
      VOTE Outcome
    • 63. VOTE Outcome
      Motion Carries
      * tentative
    • 64. 43
      Timeline
      June 1 (week of) Email confirming each school’s dues commitment
      June 15th Invoice Date
      Pay with 09-10 funds or 10-11 funds
      August 15th Last day to receive discount
      Lehigh University
    • 65. Topics
      What we’ve accomplished
      Where we are
      Where we’re going
      The case for dues
      The case for teams
      Timeline
      44
    • 66. 45
      The Case for Teams
      Re-establishing the teams/committees. Teams will…
    • 46
      The Case for Teams
      Core Teams (standing committees)
      Climate Change and Energy
      Sustainability on Colleges & Universities
      Sustainable Pennsylvania (Community Outreach)
    • 70. 47
      The Case for Teams
      Shippensburg University
      Emerging Teams (temporary committees)
      On topics that prove relevant
      May become core teams
    • 71. 48
      The Case for Dues
      Sponsors
      Dues rate cut
      Higher proportion from sponsors
      Need your help
      Pass along ideas
      Executive Committee leading
      Philadelphia University
    • 72. 49
      Thank you for joining with us for a sustainable future!
    • 73. The Case for Dues
      Membership Value
      Free PERC Conferences
      Free PERC Webinars
      Influence priorities
      • Influence programming
      • 74. Participation in grant solicitations
      • 75. Participation in bulk purchasing
      • 76. Unlimited* PERC associates
      • 77. Full access to web/ dbase *
      Widener University Law School
      Vote Now w/ chat function
      OR via email:
      erik@psu.edu
      by Thurs (27th) 5pm
      * Currently ** Pending Resources
      50
    • 78. 51
    • 79. The Case for Dues
      St. Francis University students
      Wallop Island, VA
      52

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