CGIU Commitment Makers

 

2019 Commitment Makers

Paka Davis

Dominic Dominguez

Rodney Fanner

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Paka Davis '20, MA in Sustainability and Development (Lyle School of Engineering). Paka's commitment is to support Dallas' food insecure populations by reducing food waste on and around SMU's campus. Dom Dominguez, '20, MA in Sustainability and Development (Lyle School of Engineering).
Dom's commitment is a shared Youth Greenhouse.

Rodney Fanner

Clara Ford

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Austin Hickle

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Lauren Melendez

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Clara Ford
Austin Hickle

Lauren Melendez

2018 Commitment Makers

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DESIGNING INTERDISCIPLINARY OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUSTAINABILITY

GETSEXED!
Averie Bishop is implementing a 9-Part Sexual Education Curriculum for YouTube. She will be providing comprehensive, medically-accurate sexual education for women of color.
DONATEDINYOURNAME.ORG
Keshvar Buhariwalla is developing a new norm of gift giving using recycled materials, while placing an emphasis on employing an underserved population to create sustainably sourced token-gifts.

DESIGNING INTERDISCIPLINARY OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Lori Delacruz Lewis is creating a workbook for higher education faculty to integrate sustainability into existing curriculum, designed to improve critical thinking skills through systems thinking.

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URBAN FORESTS IMPACT IN COMMUNITIES


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STEM+Z: THE MAKING OF AN UNDEAD APOCALYPSE


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WORD OF LOVE: AFFIRMING SPIRITUAL RESOURCES FOR LGBTQ CHRISTIANS

URBAN FORESTS IMPACT IN COMMUNITIES
Liomari Diaz is implementing urban forestry in high-density areas that are impacted by heat island effects, lack of good air quality, and have large impervious surfaces to improve the quality of life there.
STEM+Z: THE MAKING OF AN UNDEAD APOCALYPSE
Cindy Hua is creating an after-school educational outreach program using apocalyptic zombie scenarios to teach middle school students STEM topics in low-income areas of Dallas County through hands-on craft activities, experiments, and demonstrations. 

WORD OF LOVE: AFFIRMING SPIRITUAL RESOURCES FOR LGBTQ CHRISTIANS
Rachel Mumaw is developing a phone app to provide affirming, spiritual resources to LGBTQ Christians living in hostile situations in the US, to allow them to safely reconcile their faith and sexuality.