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The Wellesley Ceramic Mural Project

The Wellesley Ceramic Mural Project

Images of sustainability on the Wellesley mural include:

• The renovated Whitin Observatory, which was awarded silver LEED certification;

• The restoration of the Alumnae Valley including Cattail Pond behind the Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center;

• The newly installed LED lights in the iconic college lanterns;

• The beehives and honey bees behind the Science Center;

• The photovoltaic solar array on the western campus athletic fields;

• The zero-emission, all electric van retrofitted with a solar panel;

• A student riding one of the Revolution pink bikes (communal bike program);

• Students’ on-campus gardening/farming efforts…and more!

Caitlin Greenhill Caldrea ’14 designed the Wellesley mural.
Corri Taylor (Director of Wellesley’s Quantitative Reasoning Program),
Aidan Chambers ’13, and Stephanie Osser led Wellesley’s creative team. Also contributing their time and talents were:
Erika Liu ’15,
Vanessa Barrera ’12,
Olivia Froehlich ’14,
Sophie Johnson ’12,
Graeme Durovich ’15,
Patty Suquilanda ’13,
Valerie Soon ’13,
Susan Laves ’12,
Emma Maynard ’13,
Lilly Gorman ’15,
Karen Pabon (Director of Slater International),
all from Wellesley
and Jamaal Eversley, a Babson alumnus from ’09.