In honor of Earth Day and as part of its ongoing commitment to green practices, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh unveiled its comprehensive campus sustainability plan April 22. The sustainability plan is a 124-page document that will guide the University’s efforts to continue as a national leader in responsible environmental stewardship, education, outreach and research. Click here to read more.
Top left photo: Chancellor Wells, from left, with the assistance of Steve Arndt, facilities management director, and David Barnhill, environmental studies professor, discuss UW Oshkosh’s sustainability plan.
Top right: A rendering of the proposed, new academic building is displayed. The building will adhere to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification standards.
Bottom left: Freshman special education student Erin Heimeril listens to the presentation.
Bottom right: Arndt fields questions about the campus’s sustainability plan.