Eastern Nazarene College was one of six applicants selected by the Council on Christian Colleges and Universities’ Campus Creation Care Initiatives to receive a mini-grant of $5,000 and technical expertise in implementing aspects of a campus-wide creation care plan. The review panel said they are “impressed by the commitment to starting the creation care journey” as demonstrated in the application submitted by ENC’s Go!Green Task Force.
On April 20, four ENC team members will participate in a webinar with other awardees consisting of presentations by experts on creation care audits, initiating environmental sustainability activities on campus, and planning for long-term impact. Teams will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their own plans.
ENC’s team includes President Corlis McGee, Social Work Professor Stacey Barker, Biology Professor Jonathan Twining, and Ashley Jardim, Student Coordinator for Go!Green! initiatives.