UCSF Sustainability Stories
Spotlight on UCSF LivingGreen Champions: Stephen Szeto, Past UCSF Sustainability Analyst Intern
Stephen Szeto, a past UCSF sustainability analyst intern, has been recognized by the San Francisco State Department of Business for distinguished academic accomplishment.
While at UCSF, his research project helped to implement environmental and energy management software that tracks and analyzes GHG emissions and environmental impacts at UCSF and its suppliers.
Data related to energy, water, waste and transportation was imported into a central database and analyzed to identify areas of opportunity, measure sustainability initiatives or projects over time, and report key performance metrics to UCSF stakeholders. He is member of the student team to receive the 2011 Student Energy Efficiency Best Practice award from the University of California Office of the President.
Stephen is an environmental and energy management (EEM) implementation manager for the Smart Building Solutions group at McKinstry. He is a project manager for large-scale energy efficiency, energy management, and Smart Grid projects. He served as the vice president of technology for the SF State Net Impact chapter.