A conversation on green building


This is the website for the Green Building panel discussion Thursday, Oct 11, 2007, 3:30 Ė 5:45pm, at the University of South Floridaís Tampa Campus


Brought to you by the Emerging Green Builders (EGB) at USF and the USF Graduate School.EGB is a student affiliate of the Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the U. S. Green Building Council.


Due to overwhelming response, the event has been moved to a larger auditorium: BSF 100 (Bio-Sciences Auditorium)


The Emerging Green Builders of USF welcome all students, faculty, administration, and citizens interested in learning more about green building.


The intention of the event is to bring greater awareness about green building and its critical place in creating a more sustainable environment on the USF campus and throughout the Tampa Bay Community.


Event sponsored by: M/I Homes and Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.


Click here for a poster of the event


Click here for a link to an archived video stream of the event, housed on the website of the Environmental Research Interdisciplinary Colloquium (ERIC) series.Thanks to Ed Tippin of USF Academic Computing for recording the event.


Click her for a parking map. Ifyou are donít have a USF parking pass, you will need to get a visitor pass for $5 at CIC (on your right as you come into USF from the Fowler main entrance) or find meters to feed.The CBG parking garage next to ADM also has parking machines for short term parking.


Click here for a link to USF parking map


Click here for a story about EGB in the Oct 8, 2007 USF Oracle


Click here for a story about the panel discussion in the Oct 10, 2007 USF Oracle


Click here for a story about CEE and EGB in the Fall 2007 USF CEE newsletter


For more information, please contact Dr. Daniel Yeh (dyeh@eng.usf.edu)