|An Introduction to Our Program|
|Fr. Michael Garanzini, SJ, discusses how Loyola University is the "perfect size" to educate students in order to affect environmental change in all facets of society.
|22 students from a myriad of different academic backgrounds have come together to learn about and act on the carbon-emission problem at Loyola University Chicago.
||"One Stop Location"
|From gathering waste vegetable oil from the cafeterias to testing the quality of the biodiesel, students have led the way making STEP:Biodiesel a successful new course at Loyola University.
||"Smells Like Biodiesel"
|Shane Lishawa, STEP Biodiesel Lab Manager, describes the chaos of creating a biodiesel lab and the challenges of producing biodiesel.
|Michele Stein, a former Biodiesel Fellow, and Zach Waickman, Biodiesel Lab Manager, give a quick introduction to making biodiesel in this video.
"How to Make Biodiesel"