Faculty, staff, and students have collaborated on numerous projects to solve campus
sustainability challenges. These projects result in tangible changes that inspire
leaders, build a stronger community, and create thriving natural systems.
Contributors on Living Lab projects also have the opportunity to permanently document
their work in the Living Lab Digital Archive. Through the archive, individuals are recognized for their impactful efforts and
provide the ability for future groups to build on existing work. See more about the
digital archive below.
The Campus Arboretum has nearly a quarter century history on campus and highlights
the diversity and ecosystem benefits of campus trees via tree walks, interpretive
signage, and sharing of tree inventory data.
In partnership with the UGA Library we have created the UGA Living Lab Archive, consisting
of projects and data arising from UGA's Living Lab program. By submitting your project
or dataset to the archive, your work will have a lasting impact on UGA's efforts to
become a leader in sustainability across universities. The UGA Living Lab Digital
Archive aims to:
Document a dynamic collection of Living Lab project outcomes and campus data.
Share - Provide the opportunity for groups to share, analyze, and build upon existing findings
Teach - Support learning goals through utilizing data and projects as teaching tools.
Accelerate the implementation of sustainability solutions on campus, in our community, and beyond.
For this archive to be effective, we encourage all Living Lab projects, whether they
be class projects, capstones, internships, grants, or other collaborations, to consider
submitting project outputs and results for consideration to the archive. Please see our digital archive guidelines to learn how you can submit your project.