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Faces of Sustainability: John Shenette

2014-11-13T13:30:58-04:00November 7th, 2014|Categories: Buildings, Energy Conservation and Climate Change, Faces of Sustainability, Home Stories, Stewardship|Tags: , |

Strike up a conversation with John Shenette, Associate Vice President for Facilities and Campus Services, and along with that genuine smile and deep Bostonian accent you will find a wealth of knowledge and passion about the role of facilities in higher education. Shenette joined Wake Forest University in March and has been a prominent figure on campus [...]

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Surplus Sale: Faculty & Staff

2013-11-11T09:46:18-04:00November 14th, 2013|Tags: , , , |

With the help of our great faculty and staff, the Wake Forest University Surplus program is a huge success! From reusing to recycling to repurposing, the WFU Surplus program makes a difference on campus and in the community. Your WFU ID is required to purchase. Only Cash, Credit/Debit Cards are accepted (no checks).

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10 Days Celebration: Thursday, April 26

2012-06-27T10:53:09-04:00April 26th, 2012|Categories: 13 Days of Sustainability, Buildings, Campus, Cultural Climate, Culture, Energy Conservation and Climate Change, Home Stories, Stewardship|Tags: , , , , , |

Celebrate the energy and water saving success of our South Campus residence halls. Campus Conservation Nationals award ceremony South Campus residents showed that small changes can make a big difference during the Campus Conservation Nationals in April. From March 30 to April 20, the students in the six first-year residence halls (Bostwick, Johnson, Luter, Collins, South, [...]

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Tree relocations save trees from destruction

2011-02-14T12:12:58-04:00February 4th, 2011|Categories: Buildings, Campus, Home Stories, Water and Landscaping|Tags: , , , , , |

With the help of some serious equipment, Landscaping Services staff members successfully removed 24 trees from the future site of the business school, Farrell Hall, and transplanted them at three locations: the new Welcome Center, South Hall, and North Campus Apartments. The various maples, oaks and redbuds that made up the initial transfer group [...]

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