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At right are Jesuit community members: in front Rev. William George, S.J., and Rev. Mike Woods, S.J. Second row; Rev. Don Serva,
S.J. and Rev. Jim Fleming, S.J. and in back Rev. Jim Conroy, S.J., Rev. Michael Steltenkamp, S.J., Rev. Luis Tampe, S.J., Rev. Brian
O’Donnell, S.J. and Rev. William Rickle, S.J. Not shown is Rev. Ignatius (Hadi) Sasmita, S.J.

the sustainability coordinator for   sion trips and at Lantz Farm and    live out Wheeling Jesuit’s mission
WJU’s Clifford Lewis, S.J. Ap-       work with on-campus depart-         to be men in service of others,”
palachian Institute and also will    ment to implement sustainabil-      Conroy added.
teach courses at the university.     ity programs. Also, he will work
In his new role, Fr. Woods will be   closely with Grow Ohio Valley           In addition to Conroy, Fleming,
responsible for all activities and   (GOV), a non-profit founded by      O’Donnell, Tampe and Woods, the
programs on the WJU campus           WJU alumnus, Danny Swan ‘09,        other Jesuits serving at Wheeling
that promote environmental sus-      to confront the problem of food     Jesuit are: Rev. William George,
tainability and expanding current    insecurity — that is growing and    S.J. advisor to the president; Rev.
efforts, as well as engage students  providing residents with access to  William Rickle, S.J., senior vice
and employees to participate         good healthy food.                  president for Mission and Iden-
in the program. Also, he will be                                         tity; Rev. Ignatius (Hadi) Sasmita,
responsible for development              “We are a diverse Jesu-         S.J., campus minister; Rev. Don
of new programs that promote         it community, both in ages and      Serva, S.J., academic associate in
sustainability on-campus, in the     backgrounds. The one thing we       biology; and Rev. Michael Stelten-
local community, during immer-       have in common is our desire to     kamp, S.J. professor of theology
                                                                         and religious studies.

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