The Environmental Leadership Center of Warren Wilson College has received a $9,150 grant from the Pigeon River Fund to support implementing the EcoTeam program in Haywood County Schools.
Since last summer the Administrative Council has been developing a 3-Year Action Plan mentioned in my August Convocation Address. Now the Council has completed a draft for your review and comment. This memo briefly describes our planning process and gives guidelines for how you can participate in it.
Holiday greetings from all the staff and students of the Environmental
Leadership Center. As you celebrate this season, and look ahead to the
new year, we urge you to join us in renewed commitment to the health and
prosperity of this planet and all its species for generations to come.
We invite you to reflect upon the words of corporate and literary leaders
who have inspired us on campus this fall. If you would like to hear Ray
Anderson's comments delivered at Warren Wilson College in November, visit
XXXXXX. If you would like to hear excerpts from Janisse Ray, John Lane,
Thomas Rain Crowe, Ann Turkle, Sebastian Matthews, Jeff Davis, Gary
Lilley, and Catherine Reid, please visit http://www.warren-wilson.edu/~elc/Audiorecordings.shtml.
In honor of this precious planet, our best wishes,
the ELC staff and students
December 12, 2006 Vol. 10 No. 19 Winter weather reminder As Old Man Winter comes to our part of the world, here are a few things to keep in mind regarding the operation of the College: Typically, the College remains open even in the event of extreme weather. Occasionally, some class meetings may be [...]
Alma Shippy, the Swannanoa native who in 1952 became one of the first students to break the color barrier at an undergraduate institution in the Old Confederacy, died Dec. 1, 2006, in Asheville. He was 72.
December 5, 2006 Vol. 10 No. 18 Grant from U.S. Dept. of Justice As many of you have heard, Warren Wilson has received a grant from the Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women to address issues of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking on campus. This is a program that has been in [...]
Two Warren Wilson College students have been selected to receive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for study during the Spring 2007 semester, the Warren Wilson WorldWide/Education Abroad office has announced.
Community input is very valuable in the RA selection process. The names of those who have applied for RA positions for the 2006-2007 academic year are posted for review. If you would like to offer supportive comments or have information that would be valuable to the selection committee in their decisions, please submit your feedback by 5 pm on Fri., March 31.
As of the end of this semester, banking services previously offered through the student bank, will be replaced by Branch Banking and Trust Company through its ATM and full checking relationship.
As many of you have heard, Warren Wilson has received a grant from the Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women , to address issues of sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking on campus.
One temptation in these monthly missives is to provide a laundry list of my activities for the last 30 days. I’ll keep resisting that temptation, in favor of noting just a few items that give you the flavor of my experience and my perceptions about the state of the College. I’ll start with academics.
Although their research will occur on different parts of the globe, Warren Wilson College professors Amy Boyd (biology) and Siti Kusujiarti (sociology) share the distinction of receiving faculty development grants from the Appalachian College Association.
Read the Asheville Citizen-Times article about the Environmental Leadership Center's analysis contrasting the economic benefits of a cash settlement with building the Road to Nowhere.
From environmental awards to academic rankings, WWC is noted for its learning Triad of academics, work and service. Read more about our #1 rankings.