Doug Hampton, Biomedical Equipment Technology Department Chairperson, is Johnson College’s Sustainability Coordinator. As Sustainability Coordinator, Mr. Hampton oversees initiatives for the Center for Sustainability at Johnson College, provides direction to compare and align curricula within programs of study to “green” careers, oversees development of sustainable training initiatives/certifications for both academic and continuing education departments, oversees the College’s membership for the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), and oversees and serves as a participating member of the Green Team.
“I am thrilled to be taking on the duties of Sustainability Coordinator,” states Mr. Hampton. “Many of Johnson College’s programs prepare students very well for the ‘green collar’ jobs now emerging in alternative energy which has become the fastest growing segment of the economy.”
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