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“Campus as Lab” Pilot Program Engages Students With a Hands-On Approach to Sustainability

2018-11-29T11:37:42+00:00November 27th, 2018|Categories: Academics, Campus As Lab, Campus Garden, Home Stories, Magnolias Curriculum Project|

The Campus as Lab Pilot Program engages faculty from all disciplines, inviting students to apply what they learn and solve problems creatively. By Adam Tomasi The undergraduate campus at Wake Forest stands out for its iconic architecture and beautiful landscapes. Right off Polo Road, a few-minute’s walk from the North Campus residences, you will find an [...]

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Apply Now for Spring 2019 Internships and Assistantships with the Office of Sustainability

2018-11-15T12:02:23+00:00November 6th, 2018|Categories: Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Internships, Stories|

Join the Office of Sustainability Team Are you a student interested in making a difference and gaining professional development experience? The following paid opportunities are available to all Wake Forest University students. All positions begin in January 2019. Pending student availability and individual evaluations at the conclusion of the Spring 2019 semester, internships and assistantships may [...]

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We’ll Do the Dirty Work

2018-09-15T17:47:56+00:00June 4th, 2018|Categories: Get Involved - Faculty, Get Involved - Staff, Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Waste Reduction|

Not all heroes wear capes. In fact, some don tan shirts and rubber gloves and call themselves the Compost Crew. The Compost Crew is a student-initiated group committed to diverting waste on campus. As their name indicates, the group’s primary focus is collecting food waste for composting. Their work is part of a broader commitment at [...]

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Over 300 Members of the Class of 2018 pledge to be Green Grads

2018-06-04T15:33:42+00:00May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Culture, Get Involved - Students, Home Stories|

Over 300 members of the Wake Forest Class of 2018 made an enduring commitment to sustainability by signing the Green Graduation pledge, an opportunity that over 100 other colleges and universities offer their graduates. All signatories received a reusable travel mug to reinforce sustainable habits after leaving the Forest.  The mugs are printed with Wake Forest’s [...]

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Infusing Sustainability across the Curriculum

2018-06-04T15:53:09+00:00May 19th, 2018|Categories: Get Involved - Faculty, Home Stories, Magnolias Curriculum Project|

Where is sustainability in your field? How does incorporating sustainability bolster what you’re already teaching? These are a few of the question 10 Wake Forest faculty members explored during the seventh annual Magnolias Curriculum Project on May 17-18, 2018. Each year, this two-day curriculum workshop aims to develop innovative course components that inspire systems thinking and [...]

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Congratulations 2018 Sustainability Intern Graduates

2018-05-22T12:49:10+00:00May 18th, 2018|Categories: Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Internships, Stories|

The Office of Sustainability congratulates our current and former graduating interns, all of whom have been integral in Wake Forest’s campus sustainability efforts. […]

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Now Accepting Applications for the 2018 Magnolias Curriculum Project

2018-04-16T14:37:56+00:00April 2nd, 2018|Categories: Get Involved - Faculty, Home Stories|

We invite all WFU faculty to enhance teaching and engagement with sustainability issues by participating in the 2018 Magnolias Curriculum Project. No prior experience with sustainability-related issues in the classroom or in research is necessary, and faculty at all ranks and career stages are welcome! We will accept applications for the May 2018 workshop through Wednesday, April 25, [...]

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Join the Office of Sustainability’s Intern Team

2018-06-04T16:01:36+00:00March 29th, 2018|Categories: Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Internships|

Are you a student interested in making a difference and gaining professional development experience? The following paid opportunities are available to all Wake Forest University undergraduate students. Unless otherwise indicated, all positions are with the Office of Sustainability and begin in August 2018. Pending student availability and individual evaluations at the conclusion of the Fall 2018 [...]

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Over 100 Team Up for Earth Week Service Project

2018-06-12T14:32:02+00:00March 28th, 2018|Categories: Earth Day, Events, Get Involved, Home Stories|

Students, faculty, staff, and friends from the community worked together to remove leaf litter and tree limbs from the Wake Forest cross-country trails on Friday, March 23, as part of the Office of Sustainability’s Earth Week celebration. Over 100 volunteers participated in this annual service project to give back to the campus and to celebrate Wake [...]

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Sustainability Champions Recognized at Fifth Campus Sustainability Awards

2018-03-28T14:56:38+00:00March 28th, 2018|Categories: Champions of Change, Get Involved - Faculty, Get Involved - Staff, Get Involved - Students, Home Stories|

Each year, the Office of Sustainability recognizes campus change agents who work to create a more adaptable and resilient Wake Forest community as “Champions of Change.” This year’s fifth annual Campus Sustainability Awards celebration took place on March 21 during the Office of Sustainability’s week-long celebration of the Earth. Wake Forest University Provost Rogan Kersh and [...]

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