Annually, the CWRU Office for Energy & Sustainability honors members of the campus community with their Sustainability Champion Awards. Each year, at least one student, one staff member, and one faculty member receives an award for working hard to make our campus a more sustainable place. This year two students won the award, including Fowler Family Fellow and second year MBA student, John Turner.
John Turner, graduating with his MBA this semester, also spent his undergraduate career at CWRU with a dual major in Economic and Environmental Studies. During his time at the Weatherhead School of Management, he continued the K-cup recycling program for the Peter B. Lewis building as well as lead the Graduate Student Sustainability Council. John also spearheaded making the Weatherheadless Ball a zero waste event and is working to ensure this continues. John served as the graduate and professional students representative on the university's Climate Action Plan Update Committee this year.
Congratulations to John on his award and on his deep commitment to sustainability issues.
Read the full story on the Office for Sustainability website.
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