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What We Have Done
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- The Oshkosh Northwestern publishes Chancellor Wells's comments on the nature and importance of the director of campus sustainability.
- Faculty member David Barnhill is invited to the American Federation of Teachers Higher Education Issues Conference in Miami Beach to present sustainability in the curriculum at a panel titled "Generating Power: Mobilizing the Union to Revitalize Higher Education."
- The cover article in the March/April issue of the American Federation fo Teacher's On Campus magazine is on greening the campus.
- Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services Tom Sonnleitner, Almut Beringer, Steve Arndt and Barnhill present "A Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality" at the 2009 Wisconsin Renewable Energy Summit.
- Both faculty members Jim Feldman and Barnhill offer a workshop on integrating sustainability into the curriculum at the Nineteenth Century Studies Association Annual Meeting. The theme of the conference is "The Green Nineteenth Century."
- The AASHE Bulletin announces Beringer as the new UW Oshkosh director of campus sustainability. Beringer joins the Oshkosh Sustainability Planning Committee.
- UW Oshkosh Chancellor Richard H. Wells and Beringer each submit a response to the Oshkosh Northwestern's call for a rationale for hiring the new director.
- AASHE publishes an interview with Barnhill on fair trade and other sustainability initiatives at UW Oshkosh.
- News stories about UW Oshkosh becoming the first fair trade university in the country appear in media outlets across the country.
- The AASHE Bulletin announces UW Oshkosh as the first fair trade university in the country.
- The AASHE Bulletin announces UW Oshkosh's Winnebago Project, a two-day faculty college on infusing sustainability into the curriculum.