5/02/2022 Thomas Simpson

Two Community Members Named Campus Sustainability Champions

Two members of the Franklin & Marshall College community were honored recently as Campus Sustainability Champions by the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium. Glory Jacquat, Class of 2022, was honored as a student and Mike Wetzel, associate vice president for Facilities Management and Campus Planning, as an employee. 
Jacquat (they/them) is  an environmental studies major and a performance music minor. They have worked at the Center for the Sustainable Environment (CSE) throughout their academic career. Their list of endeavors and accomplishments is long. Most recently, Jacquat worked to create a food pantry, called the Granola Bar. It provides nourishment for food insecure individuals on campus while reducing food waste, which has so many negative environmental consequences.
 Mike Wetzel (he/him) has served in his post for more than 10 years. Under his leadership, the College has completed numerous sustainability projects in the areas of efficiency and conservation. He re-organized the College's sustainability personnel, and, in extremely challenging times, strives tirelessly for funding and administrative support for sustainability . 
 Franklin & Marshall is a member of the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium, a group of  colleges and universities that promote sustainability, environmental justice, and climate action among its member schools and beyond. Find more information here.  

  • Glory Jacquat '22 Glory Jacquat '22
  • Mike Wetzel Mike Wetzel
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