Contacts, Resources, & Interview Requests
Dr. Hennessy has been with the Office of Campus Sustainability since it began in August, 2008. He is originally from Yellow Springs, Ohio but has resided in Bowling Green for many years. He obtained his B.S. from Muskingum University; his J.D. from The Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University, and his Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Bowling Green State University. As the current Sustainability Manager here at BGSU he manages and coordinates all university sustainability efforts, programs, activities, and initiatives to achieve the goals of reduction of emissions, reduction of waste, and education/outreach. Dr. Hennessy enjoys working with students in developing an understanding and enthusiasm for the value of sustainability and how it connects to their day to day activities.
Remey Schneider started working for the Office of Campus Sustainability in August of 2018. He is from Cincinnati, Ohio and is a second-year. He is earning a B.A. in both Environmental Policy and Analysis and International Studies at BGSU. He started off volunteering for Green Game Day, Friday Night Lights, and When You Move Out, Don’t Throw It Out. Since then he has been excited to help the BGSU community become more engaged in sustainability and stewardship on campus.
Adam started working for the Office of Campus Sustainability during the summer of 2018. He is from Napoleon, Ohio and is a junior majoring in Sociology, with a planned minor in Sustainable Development and Activism. Adam also works at Inspired By Nature, which is an organic permaculture farm outside of Bowling Green, Ohio. Adam’s additional involvements include Green Fund Committee member, and Outreach Coordinator for Bowling Green Alternative Breaks (bGAB). Adam looks forward to collaborating with others, and being a part of a sustainable culture at Bowling Green State University.
Christina Deehr started working for the Office of Campus Sustainability in August of 2017. She received her B.A. in Environmental Policy and Analysis with a specialization in Sustainable Management from BGSU. Currently, Christina is a BGSU graduate student in the Masters of Public Administration program. Previously, Christina worked for The Ohio State University’s F.T. Stone Laboratory as a Biological Field Station Assistant and Hospitality Coordinator. Christina markets BGSU’s sustainability platform and implements or improves green practices on campus. She enjoys educating and collaborating with others to increase environmental stewardship within the Bowling Green community.
Interview Request Policy
We're excited to discuss BGSU's sustainability initiatives with you! Whether its for class research, a story in the media, assistance with a project, or anything else, we ask that you please follow our simple policy to allow us to best assist you:
- To allow us to be well-prepared for the interview, we are unable to accommodate walk-in/ same-day interview requests.
- Please request your interview availabilities at least 5 business days before you're anticipating a meeting
- We encourage you to explore our website before your interview
- We are unable to conduct phone/email interviews
- Due to limited staff availability, missed appointments can only be re-scheduled once.
- Fill out your interview request form here