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Campus Sustainability Council

Responsibility

The Campus Sustainability Council was established in 2007 by the Chancellor to advise the UW Oshkosh administration on matters related to sustainability. The Sustainability Council reports to the Vice Chancellors for Academic Affairs and Administrative Services, assists the Sustainability Director, and provides leadership on special issues (such as the curriculum). The Council also helps with writing and updating the Campus Sustainability Plan, which calls for wide-ranging, coordinated efforts to advance sustainability across all operations and functions at the university, helps with sustainability reporting, and contributes to the timely promotion and communication of campus sustainability to campus and external stakeholders and the outside world.

Members

Campus Sustainability Council membership is determined by the Vice Chancellors for Academic Affairs and Administrative Services. Faculty, staff, and students representing academics, operations, and student affairs share the leadership of the Council. The goal is to provide balanced, well-informed, and objective leadership for this administration-advising body. The co-chairs are expected to serve two-year renewable terms.

View past CSC newsletters for information about what have done and inspiration for your own projects & initiatives.

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