Student Sustainability Engagment
Eco Facilitators Program
The Sustainability Office is launching a peer-to-peer sustainability education and outreach program, Eco Facilitators, in the 2014-5 academic year. To learn more, read our FAQs or attend our first information session on Tuesday, February 25 at 7:30 PM in 41 Wyllys 114. Applications will be available Monday, February 24 through Thursday, April 3.
Wesleyan has a number of student groups, projects, and programs that advance sustainability efforts on campus, in the community, and in the world.
Environmental Organizers Network (EON), led by Isabel Stern '14, Scott Elias '14, and Kate Weiner '15, acts as an umbrella group for all sustainability-focused student constituencies on campus, including student groups, residence halls, program houses, and the WSA. EON organizes campus-wide events, including Earth Week, leads activism trips to Washington, D.C, and publishes the Green Scene, a weekly newsletter of campus sustainability stories and events. EON aims to provide an inclusive framework for any student interested in sustainability issues and happenings in the Wesleyan community. EON has been the launching pad for many student groups on campus, which focus on multiple aspects of sustainability.