Skip to main content Skip to secondary navigation
Main content start

Congratulations to Eleni Alexandraki for becoming a Living Labs Fellow at Stanford University

We congratulate doctoral student Eleni Alexandraki for becoming a Living Lab Fellow at Stanford University. The Living Laboratory Fellowship Program for Sustainability gives students the opportunity to gain real-world experience in sustainability leadership as well as project management. The selected fellows are tasked with identifying strategies to accelerate the university’s sustainability goals on a broad range of project areas, including Zero Waste, Scope 3 Emissions, and Transportation, amongst others. The fellowship is offered by the LBRE Office of Sustainability, the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability, and the Bill Lane Center for the American West

As a Living Lab Fellow, Eleni will be tasked with advancing the university’s efforts to decrease carbon emissions associated with construction projects. Under the guidance of the project mentor, David Kirk from the LBRE Department of Project Management, Eleni will contribute to the development of Guidelines for Whole Building Life Cycle Analysis (WBLCA) for Capital Projects. Example research tasks include reviewing published guidelines for WBLCA as well as collecting insights from domain experts and project stakeholders to develop actionable workflows for WBLCA that will enable Stanford University to be a leader in building decarbonization and serve as an example for other cities and institutions worldwide.