Universities win Sustainable Building Awards!

November 5, 2008 at 7:20 am Leave a comment

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s (AASHE) has handed out their awards for this year and congratulations to all the winners!

From the Earth First and Mediawire websites: http://earthfirst.com/aashe-announces-campus-and-student-sustainability-award-winners/

Excerpt: “Tulane University, Northland College and College of Menominee Nation have been recognized for their commitment to going green. The schools showed outstanding leadership in their curriculum, research, operations, community outreach and life on campus.

Two students were also honored for their work in sustainability.  Sarah E. Brylinsky, a senior at Ithaca College, received the Student Sustainability Leadership award and Ryan Graunke, a recent graduate of the University of Florida, won the Student Research on Campus Sustainability Award for his paper: “Food and Fuel: Biogas Potential at Broward Dining Hall.”

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