Students can get involved in many sustainably-minded groups and activities around campus. Sustainability Fellows are students who take on at least a year-long project that centers around sustainability on campus. One of those projects that has now come to fruition is the Environmental Residents program. Current Sustainability Fellow, Lauren Newman, started this program that focuses on raising awareness of sustainability practices starting in the heart of the student's homes - residence halls. 

There are also many organizations that students can be a part of as extra-curriculars. These organizations include Divest, the Sewanee Water Campaign, and Farm Club. On top of that, students can further their education of sustainability by taking courses such as Bowhunter Safety, Wildland Firefighting, or Chainsaw Certification.

Lastly, students can work for the OESS and help conduct research or aid in domain management as summer interns or throughout the year as work-studies.‌

The Office of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability

Cleveland Annex 110
(931) 598-1559 | oess@sewanee.edu

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