Eco-Reps are a team of peer-to-peer educators committed to building a sustainable future on campus. Guided by the Office of Sustainability, the team supports green practices in residence halls.
Eco-Reps promote sustainability initiatives in residence halls through educational presentations and engagement activities. These efforts allow for continued growth in the understanding and practice of sustainable living.
Eco-Reps are available to give short presentations to residence halls upon request.
The presentation covers topics including consumption, conservation, and waste management. The information shared emphasizes practical knowledge and actionable solutions for residents to apply to their spaces. Both residents and Resident Assistants can submit a presentation request.
Listed below is each residence hall and its supporting Eco-Rep for this academic year. If a residence hall does not have an Eco-Rep listed, the Eco-Rep position is open for that location. If you are interested in becoming an Eco-Rep for your residence hall, contact ecoreps AT_TOWSON.
|10 West Burke Avenue||Position Open|
|Barnes Hall||Maurice Ratiff|
|Barton House||Dion Meeks|
|Douglass House||Position Open|
|Glen Tower A||Priscilla Young|
|Glen Tower C||Position Open|
|Glen Tower D||Nathaniel James|
|Harris Hall||Anthony Herrera|
|Marshall Hall||Emily Trusen|
|Millennium Hall||Madelyn Porter|
|Newell Hall||Mckenzie McTaggart|
|Prettyman Hall||Position Open|
|Residence Tower||Position Open|
|Richmond Hall||Grace Antonishek|
|Towson Run Apartments||Position Open|
|Tubman House||Position Open|
If you live on campus and are interested in learning more, email ecoreps AT_TOWSON or look for the application on Handshake.