Learn what’s happening in sustainability at University of Oregon at the winter quarter Sustainability Open House, an online event from 1-2:30 p.m. on Feb. 4
The open house brings together speakers from across campus to give micro-presentations about their work in sustainability, followed by time for networking and deeper conversation in break-out rooms. The speakers are:
- Paul Kempler, associate director, Oregon Center for Electrochemistry.
- Tim Winder, custodial services manager.
- Taylor McHolm, Riley O'Connell, and Libby Mackin, Student Sustainability Center.
- Lauren Hallett, Biology and Environmental Studies.
- Abigail Leeder, Intertwined.
Members of the UO and local community can RSVP here: https://cpfm.uoregon.edu/sustainability-open-houses .
The open house is sponsored by the Office of Sustainability, Environmental Studies program, and the Student Sustainability Center.
“I love being able to bring our community together to learn and collaborate,” said Sarah Stoeckl, sustainability program manager. “Throughout the pandemic the open houses have provided a way to keep connecting and sharing some of the amazing sustainability work being done throughout our campus.”