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MCV Green Affairs focuses on making MCV campus at VCU and the Richmond community greener through service and education. This student-led organization welcome students, faculty, and staff, from all schools and disciplines, both medical and academic from either campus, as well as Richmond community members to help us pursue our goals of educational outreach, increased recycling access, improved sustainable practices and policies at VCU, and community outreach. Email Green Affairs to share your ideas or to get involved.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Green Lunch: Green Homes with Susan Miller, MD

Come out to our first Green Lunch Event! More info and pictures of Susan Miller's LEED Platinum Home can be found here:

Wednesday, December 1 · 12:00pm - 1:30pm

LocationRoom 114, MCV Alumni House
1016 E. Clay St.
Richmond, VA

More Info
For this semester's Green Lunch Discussion Series, Dr. Susan Miller, a physician at MCV, will be our guest speaker. Dr. Miller and her husband, Dr. Kenneth Kendler, restored a 1910 house in the Fan into the first LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Platinum Certified home in Richmond. Their house exemplifies sustainable living, with features including a green roof, solar tube, locally made concrete countertops with recycled glass, and an indoor living wall of plants. It is the winner of the Green Hammer Award from A.C.O.R.N. (Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods). Join us for a discussion with Dr. Miller followed by a tour!

12:00 pm: Discussion
Room 114, MCV Alumni House*

12:30 pm: Tour
Group transportation via the Campus Connector, or you can meet us for the tour (email for address)

FREE LUNCH with an RSVP by 3pm, November 29th. If you plan on attending only the tour and not the discussion, please email for address and more information.

*Change of venue: We have moved this event from Hunton Hall to the MCV Alumni House based on larger than expected attendance. Please update your personal calendar event.

Event photo courtesy of Jeff Saxman.

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