Tag: Justin Mog

UofL’s campus sustainability commitment alive and well

University of Louisville students, faculty and staff continue to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability. News arrived this spring that UofL was ranked highest in Kentucky...

UofL students leading food recovery efforts

Inspired by the Sustainability Council’s EcoReps program, students Erin Kurtz and Henny Ransdell are leading an effort to donate the University of Louisville’s leftover...

UofL’s partnership with Louisville Water Company is ‘very definition of a...

For several years, the University of Louisville has worked with Louisville Water Company to encourage the use of refillable water bottles by placing water...

UofL named Tree Campus USA for 8th year

Even in the middle of winter, trees take center stage on the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus. For the eighth consecutive year, the Arbor Day...

Demand high for UofL’s new sustainability classes

The University of Louisville is the first of its kind when it comes to sustainability. This fall, UofL became the first school in Kentucky...

Sustainability Week will highlight UofL’s work as environmental steward

Want to know more about the University of Louisville’s efforts to promote sustainability? Sustainability Week, which runs this year from Oct. 23-29, is a...

UofL’s Justin Mog wins city’s 2017 environmental leadership award

If you spot UofL’s Justin Mog zipping past on his bike, give him a (green) thumbs up. On Monday, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer awarded Mog...

Arbor Day highlights UofL’s Tree Friendly campus

The University of Louisville celebrated Arbor Day April 7 by planting trees on campus and giving away 200 tree saplings for people to plant...

Green Threads workshop offers opportunity to weave sustainability into the classroom

University of Louisville faculty from all disciplines and Graduate Teaching Academy participants are invited to explore means of weaving sustainability themes into their classes...

UofL’s campus serving as a sustainable living laboratory Campus, public invited...

A year after students in Dr. Linda Fuselier’s biology class successfully tapped Belknap Campus maple trees for the first time (and later ate the...