Environmental Sustainability in Information Technology: It's a Culture Thing
AASHE Conference 2012 Poster Presentation by MaryBeth Stuenkel
Creating a Culture of Sustainability in IT: Lessons learned from a two-year IT sustainability initiative
ACUTA Conference Presentation by MaryBeth Stuenkel
Sustainable IT Constituent Group
Educause 2011 Discussion Session, October 20, 2011; Summary presentation by MaryBeth Stuenkel
Taming the Energy Hog: Green IT Brings Significant Financial and Environmental Benefits to the University of Michigan
2010 CAUBO Conference; Presenters Kris Kolevar and MaryBeth Stuenkel
Climate Savers Computing Initiative @ The University of Michigan: Growing Greener Computing Practices
Presentation by MaryBeth Stuenkel provided as a resource at Educause 2008 Preconference Seminar 13A: "How to Go Green: Sustainable Computing in Higher Ed"
Green IT Best Practices at the University of Michigan
Educause Review Online, October 29, 2009 by MaryBeth Stuenkel
What is the potential for network-based technologies to collect, aggregate and communicate building energy data to enable informed, coordinated management by key decision makers?
This presentation sets out to answer the question and explores energy management technologies, surveys energy management practices at Universities and goes in depth with a University of Michigan case study. A 2011 SNRE Master's Project by Hunt Briggs, Tim Haines, Bryan Hogle and Sarah Howie.
Implementing Power Save Settings at MAIS
The former Michigan Administrative Information Systems (now part of Information and Technology Services) undertook implementation of the Sustainable Computing best practices. This Workstation Best Practice Case Study (2009) documents some of the challenges they encountered and the solutions they identified.
Green IT Symposium
The Green IT Symposium featured a number of campus units presenting on the sustainable computing efforts underway in their units. The conference explored:
The 2009 sessions are available for you to explore.