AASHE Conference Leaves OESS Staff and Students Inspired for Sustainable Change
Earlier this month, the OESS traveled to Pittsburgh for the AASHE conference and had a blast! Take a moment to read our reflection written by Sustainability Fellows Coordinator, Lauren Newman, to get a glimpse of what we learned!
Looking to the Past for Solutions Today
Read Darby McGlone's C'17 latest Planet Forward pice on sustainable agriculture, the Native Cultigen Project, and Dr. Stephen Carmody.
Divest Sewanee’s Bottle Blitz Sparks Discussion
Student-led group sparks discussion about divestment from fossil fuels and receives 300 signatures from faculty, students, and members of the School of Theology on divestment petition.
T-Cloud Encourages Collaboration and Learning at Sewanee
Scientists work together to develop an interdisciplinary collaborative approach to teaching climate literacy
Sewanee Sequesters Carbon and Conducts Research on Haitian Farms
Sewanee-Haiti Institute distributed first carbon payments to Haitian farmers with funds from the Sewanee Green Fee.
Sewanee to host climate literacy teaching workshop
Sewanee professors collaborate with other institutions to host a workshop on climate literacy.
Sewanee will host the "T-CLoUD: Teaching Climate Literacy Using Data” workshop, Sept. 25-27, 2015. Participating faculty represent seven Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) schools (Birmingham-Southern College, Centenary College, Centre College, Furman University, Morehouse College, Rhodes College, the University of the South, and Washington and Lee University) and a variety of disciplines. Climate expert Dr. David Stooksbury (University of Georgia) will present the opening plenary lecture.