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RoMill Grant

Wofford College is pleased to offer an innovative proposal for connecting the College with Spartanburg community partners through collaborative exploration of community and environmental sustainability. Key components of the proposal include a residence hall located in the Northside neighborhood where students and a community outreach coordinator will live, work and study alongside their neighbors; an innovation fund that fuels student social entrepreneurs eager to propel the local economy with their sustainable solutions; community-based coursework and research in the Northside and Glendale that engages community members, students, and new faculty specialists; summer workshops that tackle local sustainability issues; and a speaker series open to the public.

Wofford will also create an energy metering and monitoring infrastructure on the main campus, and strengthen the sustainability efforts underway at the Goodall Environmental Studies Center on the Glendale campus. These core institutional commitments will help build a culture of sustainability and foster new partnerships and programs. 

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