WPI’s Sustainability Laboratory for Living & Learning (SL3)
SL3 – Overview
SL3: A virtual laboratory that supports and promotes an engaged campus community in all three aspects of sustainability – environmental stewardship, economic security, and social justice.
Through the Office of Sustainability, SL3 activities are coordinated with efforts to integrate our …
- academic programs
- project work
- innovative research & scholarship
with community engagement, facilities, & operations. By promoting sustainability in the ways that we live and learn, we strive to have a significant positive impact on our everyday lives and the lives of those in our local, regional, and global communities.
SL3 – Using this Website
This site is intended to help guide WPI students, faculty, and other community members to the various resources and activities associated with the Sustainability Living and Learning Laboratory. We encourage you to review the various menu items and consider potential projects or ways that you can join in with the activities. You are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
SL3 – Using the Dedicated Campus Space
The pilot location in Gordon Library’s Room 316 is the dedicated hub for related SL3 activities. It strives to create an open and collaborative space for the WPI community to work on advancing sustainable efforts, both on and off campus!
Available use for:
- SL3 staff
- SL3 student interns
- Sustainability-related project teams
For more information about SL3 or to inquire about access to SL3’s meeting space, please contact Nicole Luiz, Energy & Sustainability Manager, or Paul Mathisen, Director of Sustainability