Event Title

Sustainability at Ohio Wesleyan University

Presentation Type

Presentation

Location

Schimmel/Conrades Science Center 151

Start Date

20-4-2016 5:35 PM

End Date

20-4-2016 5:50 PM

Disciplines

Sustainability

Abstract

During the Spring of 2016, students of Geog 499 and faculty member John Krygier are working on sustainability projects including May Move Out, reusable food containers, and a gardening and food collaboration between MTSO, Stratford and OWU. The students are also involved with revising a draft campus-wide sustainability plan that was created by students last year. There is a growing interest in sustainability on campus but little funding for projects, little comprehensive knowledge, and no sustainability coordinator. With some effort of a few students, faculty, and staff this challenge can be met. The main objectives for the group have been expanding learning opportunities for students who want to be more involved in sustainability on campus and actually changing university infrastructure to make sustainability possible.

Faculty Mentor

John Krygier

 
Apr 20th, 5:35 PM Apr 20th, 5:50 PM

Sustainability at Ohio Wesleyan University

Schimmel/Conrades Science Center 151

During the Spring of 2016, students of Geog 499 and faculty member John Krygier are working on sustainability projects including May Move Out, reusable food containers, and a gardening and food collaboration between MTSO, Stratford and OWU. The students are also involved with revising a draft campus-wide sustainability plan that was created by students last year. There is a growing interest in sustainability on campus but little funding for projects, little comprehensive knowledge, and no sustainability coordinator. With some effort of a few students, faculty, and staff this challenge can be met. The main objectives for the group have been expanding learning opportunities for students who want to be more involved in sustainability on campus and actually changing university infrastructure to make sustainability possible.