Conferences & Workshops
Past C2E2 Sponsored Workshops and Conferences
The Facts About Campus Environmental Performance May 3, 2006
Hosted by Boston College and the Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence (C2E2)
Workshop presentations for the EH&S Software Workshop for Colleges and Universities are now available. The event was hosted at Northeastern University on June 29th 2005. Ten colleges and universities described software solutions associated with such topics as chemical inventory and tracking, compliance management, incident tracking and environmental management systems.
The Advanced EMS Workshop was held Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on October 13-14th 2005. The conference built on last year's successful "Advanced EMS Conference" by focusing presentations on implementation experiences, tools, measurement and integration.
Art and the Environment: A Regulatory Workshop for Art Colleges and University Art Programs January 19, 2005 Brown University Providence, RI
"Reducing Air Emissions from Transportation and Construction What Boston-Area Universities and Colleges Can Do" November 10, 2004 Boston, Massachusetts
Agenda and Presentations
“Second Annual Advanced EMS at Colleges and Universities.” October, 2004. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
2004 agenda and presentations
“The Application of PDAs for EH&S on Campus”. May 27, 2004. University of Massachusetts Boston
Agenda and Presentations
“First Annual Advanced EMS at Colleges and Universities.” October, 2003. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
2003 agenda and presentations
24th Annual College and University
Hazardous Waste Conference
California State University, Chico presents
Towards Sustainability: Western Regional Conference and Expo
March 7-9, 2006
Join us for Towards Sustainability and you will discover:
• Proven and emerging renewable energy systems and technologies
• Building industry sustainable practices and resources
• Teaching Towards Sustainability - the integration of sustainability concepts across the curriculum
CSHEMA Annual Conference
July 16 - 20 2005
23rd College and University Hazardous Waste Conference
August 7- 9 2005
Greening of the Campus VI: Extending Connections
September 15 - 17 2005
Ball State University
Academy of Certified Hazardous Material Managers
American Society of Safety Engineers
National, Local and Specialty Conferences held throughout the year.
American Biological Safety Association
47th Annual Biological Safety Conference October 17-20, 2004
Adams Mark Hotel in San Antonio, Texas
Check web site for events held throughout the year.
National Safety Council
September 10-17, 2004 at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA
Campus Safety Health and Environmental Management Association
July 4-7, 2004 CSHEMA Conference and 50th Anniversary Celebration, Chicago, IL
Sector Strategies Workgroup Meeting and Update. July 8, 2004. Chicago, IL. The meeting will follow the CSHEMA conference. For more information contact Shai Morris at EPA at
First European University Industry Forum for Sustainability, February 26-27, February 2004, Bonn, Germany. http://www.copernicus-campus.org/conference/conference.html
Semiconductor Environmental, Safety and Health Association
SESHA held its 26th Annual International High Technology ESH Symposium and Exhibition at the DoubleTree Paradise Valley in Scottsdale, AZ, 13-16 April 2004.
Texas Society for Biomedical Research
Best Practices in Research Safety & Security: Occupational Health & Safety Programs for Research Compliance. was held January 9, 2004 in Austin, TX. Contact the TSBR should you have
any comments or questions at 512-370-1660 or .
RCRA National Conference
The RCRA National Meeting was held in August 2003 in Washington DC. Check website for further conference information.
Air and Waste Management Association
The 96th Annual Meeting was held in June 2003 in San Diego, CA. Check website for further conference information.
Campus Safety Health & Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA)
2003 College & University Environmental Management Conference
21st Annual College & University Hazardous Waste Conference