A Fresh Perspective on Living and Learning: Greenhouse Residential College

The College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment are collaboratively running a new Residential College called Greenhouse, which opened its doors in August. 

UK’s Greenhouse is designed for students interested in learning different aspects of their local environment, all in the context of sustainability. Greenhouse students will extend their classroom learning through community engagement with organizations and like-minded students committed to developing a sustainable Lexington.

This podcast features Mary Arthur, Carmen Agouridis, Shannon Bell and Alan Fryar, UK professors that will serve as co-directors for the Environment and Sustainability Residential College, as well as Shane Tedder and Mariah Lewis, who are deeply involved in sustainability initiatives around campus, and what their hopes are for the Environment and Sustainability Residential College and its place on campus and in the Lexington community. 

PHOTOS:
Greenhouse Move-In
Greenhouse Bike Giveaway

VIDEOS:
Greenhouse Move-In
Greenhouse Commercial: see blue. live green.
Inside Greehouse: Shannon Bell and Alan Fryar
Inside Greenhouse: Shane Tedder and Mariah Lewis
Inside Greenhouse: Carmen Agouridis and Mary Arthur

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman

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A Fresh Perspective on Living and Learning: Greenhouse Residential College by Cheyenne Hohman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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