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Sustainability Knowledge, Barriers, and Motivations of UW-Eau Claire Students
The purpose of this study was to examine UW-Eau Claire students’ knowledge, barriers, and motivations toward sustainability. An online survey was distributed to 779 students asking four open-ended questions: First, they ...
Severe Weather Siren Protocol in Eau Claire : Does it Produce Intended Responses?
This study was conducted to investigate UWEC students’ knowledge, perceptions, and response behaviors related to outdoor siren alerts in Eau Claire. The City of Eau Claire activates outdoor warning sirens whenever the ...
Finding Ways to Provide a Lifeline to S.O.S. : Student Knowledge and Behaviors Surrounding the Student Office of Sustainability
With an annual operating budget of $200,000, financed entirely by student segregated fees ($20/student yearly), the Student Office of Sustainability has the potential to make significant strides in helping UW-Eau Claire ...
Temporal Analysis of University Students’ Waste-Sorting Behaviors : Measuring the Impact of Intervention Efforts
Americans churn out an average of over 7 pounds of trash each day. As landfills reach capacity, it is becoming ever more critical to cultivate effective waste-sorting habits that can reduce waste-stream contamination, ...