Loyola University Chicago

Institute of Environmental Sustainability

Video Overview

Student-Produced Documentaries

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. "Integrating Education"
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. "Clean Living"
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"

Non-Loyola Videos