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July 2015 comings and goings

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Staff, students continue water conservation success

Silman

Biology professor Miles Silman makes his conservation pledge.

Out of a field of 125 colleges and universities, Wake Forest students placed in the top five in fresh water savings for the second year in a row during the 2015 Campus Conservation Nationals competition.

Campus Conservation Nationals is a nationwide, three-week effort among institutions of higher learning to conserve electricity and water.

From Feb. 9 to March 1, Wake Forest students competed to achieve the greatest reductions in their residence halls in electricity and water consumption. Due to extremely cold weather conditions, Wake Forest was unable to place in the top 10 in electricity reduction like last year. However, the cold weather did not stop their efforts with water usage. Students saved over 37,000 gallons of water during the competition window.

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November 2011 staff milestones

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WFU is Goodwill's Corporate Donor of the Year

Megan Anderson and Michael Logan accepting award

Megan Anderson and Michael Logan

Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina honored Wake Forest as its Corporate Donor of the Year at its 2011 Recognition Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 10.

Attending on behalf of Wake Forest were Bill Yost, associate director of housing in Residence Life & Housing; Megan Anderson, manager of recycling and waste reductions in Facilities and Campus Services; and Michael Logan, a purchasing officer in Procurement Services. Baseball coach Tom Walter was the keynote speaker.

Logan handled surplus property for the University for 11 years, and he shared the responsibility with Anderson last fiscal year. Since July, Anderson has been handling the task.

“The entire reception was very moving, and Goodwill did a great job of showing their appreciation for the work of their diverse staff and their community affiliates,” Anderson said. “Even as involved as I am with Goodwill, I was still very impressed with all of the wonderful opportunities Goodwill creates for the local community.” Read more

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