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David Orr to Receive Green Energy Ohio Lifetime Achievement Award

March 29, 2016
Communications Staff

Green Energy Ohio (GEO) will present David Orr, Paul Sears distinguished professor of environmental studies, professor of politics, and senior adviser to the president, with a Green Energy Ohio Lifetime Achievement Award. GEO is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting environmentally and economically sustainable energy policies and practices in Ohio. The award recognizes Orr’s contributions to promoting green energy policy, including the eight books and more than 200 articles he has written; the hundreds of lectures he has given worldwide; and his work with the Adam Joseph Lewis Center, named one of 30 milestone buildings of the 20th century by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Orr will receive his honorary award plaque at the GEO Awards presentation on April 7 at the Ohio Green Energy Policy Conference, the state’s first-ever in-depth conference focusing on more than a dozen green energy policy issues. 

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Arriving in Fall 2020: New Tool to Enhance Students’ Academic Journey

December 11, 2019
In fall 2020, the college will launch new software that will be used to communicate and manage connectivity with students. The software platform, Engage, is a communication and relationship management tool that will improve the student experience with academic advising, support student academic success, and make communications between students and the college more efficient and effective.