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Job Announcement: Education Director

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The Ecology Center (EC) seeks an experienced and motivated educator to lead our organization's youth education programming. This is a salaried position with benefits package, part-time at 25 hours per week, and based out of the Ecology Center's office in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Craig Hupp

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R_Craig_Hupp.jpgAs a member of the Detroit-based law firm Bodman PLC, Craig Hupp advises clients on compliance with environmental law and represents them in a wide variety of environmental matters.

Eleanor Marsh

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Eleanor Marsh, a long-time leader in environmental and cultural organizations in the Detroit metropolitan area, says her indulgences are the arts, sailing and her grandchildren. “And, of course, I am passionate about Detroit.”

Job Announcement: Environmental Educator (MRF)

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The Ecology Center (EC) seeks an experienced and motivated educator to manage and deliver recycling facility tours and to lead educational activities for a variety of audiences, ages preschool through adult. This is a salaried position with benefits package, part-time at 20 hours per week.

Peter Sinclair named winner of Herbert L. Munzel Award for Environmental Activism

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Peter Sinclair, a long-time advocate of environmental awareness and energy alternatives based in Midland, Mich., has been named the recipient of the Ecology Center's Herbert L. Munzel Award for Environmental Activism. The award will be presented at the organization's annual fall dinner Oct.

Healthy Food in Heath Care Organizer

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The Ecology Center is seeking a talented person to assist our Healthy Food in Health Care Program by conducting outreach and education to health care facilities about the link between a healthy food system and public health; advocating for health professionals to support the development of a healthier and more equitable food system; and supporting the broader Healthy Food in Health Care movemen

David Stead

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Since his days as director of public policy at the Ecology Center from 1984 to 1987, David Stead has spent his entire career in the environmental movement and public service.

Stuart Batterman

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Stuart Batterman is Professor of Environmental Health Sciences at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Professor of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering at the U-M College of Engineering.  A member of the Ecology Center board of directors since 2010, Batterman is a candidate for another three-year term.

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