Weekly Club Meetings (Fall Quarter 2018)
- Day: TBD
- Time: TBD
- Place: PUB or Library
The goal of EWU’s Sustainability Club is connecting with students who are interested in learning about sustainable practices they can apply to their own lives. In addition, we hope to raise more awareness about making our school a more eco-friendly environment. Through weekly meetings, monthly challenges, and Cheney/Spokane community partners, our focuses include: waste-reduction, recycling and composting education. We hope you’re inspired to engage with us — Go Eags!
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Club won “Outstanding Student Organization” at the 2017-2018 Student Leadership Excellence Awards. Big shout-out to President Trevor Burgess (left) and Vice-President Seth Cook (right) for their continued commitment to sustainable representation at Eastern.
Current Officers (2018-2019)
Co-Presidents: Trevor Burgess & Jesse Johnson
Vice President: Marissa Elsinghorst
Secretary: Katie Schueller
Treasurer: Hailey Samudio
Photographer: Monique Ledesma
Vice President & Photographer: Seth Cook (2017-2018)
Event Planner: Sarah Wheeler (2017-2018)
Secretary: Gabby Sandsness (2017-2018)
Treasurer: Erin Williams (2017-2018)
Co-Presidents: Emily Sherman & Savannah Kerbaugh (2016-2017)
Emily and Savannah founded the Sustainability Club in spring quarter of 2016. They worked together to promote sustainable education to fellow students at Eastern. Emily’s major was Environmental Science and, outside of school, she had a lifestyle dedicated to eco-friendly behavior. Savannah was a Community Advisor in EWU Housing and used her position to advocate for more recycling among students living on campus.