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Want to get involved with DePauw Sustainability? You've come to the right place. Explore below to find where you can fit in with DePauw Sustainability efforts.
For Prospective Students
Are you a prospective student and ready to jump into sustainability efforts on DePauw's campus once you arrive? DePauw University features many programs that students can apply for even before their arrival, such as the Environmental Fellows Program and the student representatives program known as Eco Reps.
|Are you a prospective student and ready to jump into sustainability efforts on DePauw's campus once you arrive? DePauw University features many programs that students can apply for even before their arrival, such as the Environmental Fellows, which is a Program of Distinction, and the student representatives program, Eco Reps.|
|Students are involved with all of our sustainability efforts--from Eco Reps to Green Greeks to volunteering on the Campus Farm to getting involved with DePauw Environmental Club, there's a place for you!|
For Faculty and Staff
|Faculty and Staff are involved with our Campus Farm and serve on the Campus Sustainability Committee to increase the Sustainability focus within and among faculty and staff, such as making the course process easier for professors who want to teach an environmentally-based course.|
For the Community
|DePauw Sustainability would not be as successful as it is today without the help and support of the Greencastle community. The Community Bikes program, which runs from a community grant, has seen great successes with nearly 200 rentals between August and November of 2013. Community members wanting to get involved with everything from the Campus Farm to helping with Move Out Days at the end of each academic year.|
@DePauwSustain on Twitter
"Can't say 'no' to mom!" -Mitch Metzger http://t.co/lE3QS5ePJb7 hours ago
Check out this great review of (@DePauwU librarian) Mandy Henk's new book, Ecology, Economy, Equity https://t.co/mBHT3TyUYU2 days ago
The DePawu's Alex Weilhammer reports on Envisioning Zer0 Waste http://t.co/eZIkybZXSI5 days ago
Thanks to DePauw Tigers for collecting 19 bags of trash after the first home football game! http://t.co/Ta0lboUMyL6 days ago