WKU is a proud member of the PowerSave Campus Network (formerly Green Campus Network), a program sponsored by the Alliance to Save Energy and Tennessee Valley Authority.
The PowerSave Campus Network empowers college students to be tomorrow's energy efficiency leaders. It is a student-driven energy efficiency education program that promotes careers in the field, generates actual energy savings, increases awareness of the importance of energy efficiency, and encourages academic infusion of sustainability concepts.
The PowerSave Interns
Meet the Green Campus Interns:
Ashley McCloughan, Team Leader
WKU Honors College, Biology Major, Sustainability Minor
Mary Boothe, Public Relations
English and Advertising Major, Marketing Minor, Pre-Law
Sophia Sterlin, Secretary, Projects Coordinator
Communication Studies Major
Mary Newton, Projects Coordinator
Biology Major, Ecology concentration
The PowerSave Newsletter - The Live Circuit
Each month, the PowerSave Campus Interns publish The Live Circuit, a newsletter that features energy-related stories and information for the campus community and beyond. View past issues of the newsletters here:
Volume 1, Issue 1 (November)
Volume 1, Issue 2 (December)
Volume 1, Issue 3 (February)
Volume 1, Issue 4 (March)
January 2013 - no issue for January
The PowerSave Campus Interns can help you green your spot on the hill by performing energy audits of your dorm room, office, or classroom. Contact the Office of Sustainability to schedule an energy audit today!
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