It’s a new year and the perfect time to introduce our newest installment, Feature Friday. On Friday’s A Sustainable LIFE will feature a noteworthy campus event and/or community member. This is an excellent way to learn about what’s happening around campus and to spotlight people who are doing great things. So if you are aware of an event or person that deserves a “shout out” please send an email to Shannan.email@example.com. We’ll work include your nominated feature and show how everything (or almost everything) can be related to the environment. After all, this is the Office of Sustainability.
LIFE professor Dr. Ted Carrick and LIFE’s Functional Neurology Clinic were featured in a segment addressing a groundbreaking new therapy for concussions on “The Doctors” television series. The segment was entitled “12 Tricks to Save your Life in 2012.”Dr. Carrick is also part of a team of doctors who cared for Pittsburgh Penguins Captain Sidney Crosby following his recent concussion.
“The Doctors” is internationally syndicated in the U.S. and Canada. If you missed the show, you can view the segment online on TheDoctorsTV.com. The Office of Sustainability would like to congratulate Dr. Carrick and the Functional Neurology Clinic on this achievement.
Wait for it……..did you know that 1 recycled tin can would save enough energy to power a television for 3 hours? I told you most anything can be related to sustainability.