K-State EcoReps Awards
The K-State EcoReps Awards were established to recognize campus entities making strides towards sustainability at K-State and in the Manhattan community. Each year, K-State faculty, staff, and students are invited to nominate individuals, organizations, and efforts that strive for environmental, social, and economical balance. The K-State EcoReps Awards Committee reviews all nominations and selects three winners to be awarded each spring.
K-State EcoReps Impact Award
The K-State EcoReps Impact Award honors those entities that have made a significant impact in sustainability on the K-State campus.
K-State EcoReps Innovation Award
The K-State EcoReps Innovation Award honors those entities that have integrated creativity and innovation in their effort advocating sustainability on the K-State campus.
K-State EcoReps Community Spirit Award
The K-State EcoReps Community Spirit Award honors those entities that exhibit teamwork, enthusiasm, and campus commitment in their effort advocating sustainability on the K-State campus.
|Impact Award||Innovation Award||Community Spirit Award|
|2013||Dea "Dede" Brokesh, urban stormwater management at the Center for Child Development||Anita Leitz Kesler, Image Now software implementation in plant pathology||DeeAnn Turpin, Give It Up for Good efforts|
|2012||K-State Housing and Dining Services, waste management efforts||Lee Skabelund, Seaton Hall green roofs and International Student Center rain garden||Students for Environmental Action, Fake Patty's Day Recycling efforts|