PAC students recognized at EcoExchangeEdu Sustainability Showcase

April 29, 2021

Marketing and Strategic Communications

Palo Alto College students were recently recognized for their positive contributions towards sustainability and helping make the community a better place.

As part of the EcoExchangeEdu Showcase held April 20 – 21, students from area colleges and universities presented their video submissions on sustainability. Student projects were based on one or more of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The winning entries for Palo Alto College tackled issues like inclusion, hunger, mental health, and access to clean water. In their videos, students shared their ideas on steps to take to help solve the problems facing the world today.

Sustainability Shorts – PSAs and Mini-Documentary Winners

1st Place
Peace and Justice in San Antonio
Kaitlynn Shea (San Antonio College) and Annamarie Ramos

Honorable Mention  
The Starving in our Backyard
Edson Alvarez Lira and Emanuel Iniguez

Honorable Mention  
Mental Health Sustainability PSA
Gabriella Hernandez and Denise Salazar

Virtual Showcase Award Winners

Honorable Mention  
Is Water Running Out? 
Gloria Salazar and Kendell Price


EcoExchangeEdu holds regular meetings over the academic year and encourages participation and representation of students, faculty, and staff from all San Antonio-area colleges and universities.

The EcoExchangeEdu Steering Committee organizes the annual Sustainability Showcase, where students present their work in sustainability through formal presentations, creative arts, prototype demonstrations, public service announcements, mini-documentaries, and more.