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Faculty, students to take part in developing urban wind power Syracuse University and Impact Technologies Group of Syracuse have formed an alliance to convert Central New York winds into kilowatts. The SU School of Architecture and Department of Mechanical and…
Syracuse University’s Life Sciences Complex will receive special recognition for its energy-saving measures that make it one-third more efficient than a comparable standard building. The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) will present a High Performance Building…
Students to explore solutions for sustainability and action in partnership with global communications company
“Connect a Billion/Do One Thing for Sustainability,” an intense brainstorming and design session, will be hosted this weekend, Nov. 19-20, at Syracuse University’s COLAB collaboration laboratory. Thirty-six students from six SU schools and colleges will come together in a two-day…
SU will be seeking green building recognition for the project.
Syracuse University’s continued leadership in creating a more sustainable campus has again earned the University strong marks in the latest report from the Sustainable Endowments Institute.
The Syracuse University community will have another opportunity to peek behind the scenes of the controversial bottled water industry.
Clean Communities of CNY, the local chapter of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Program, recently placed two Prius Plug-in Hybrid (PHV) vehicles with Syracuse University as part of Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.’s U.S. plug-in demonstration program.
Florence Hudson, energy and environment executive with IBM Corp., will speak as part of The HUB 2010 Fall Speaker Series on Wednesday, Oct. 27.
‘Tapped’ documentary on bottled water to be shown on campus Oct. 10; includes reusable water bottle giveaway
The film “Tapped” will be shown on Sunday, Oct. 10, at 8 p.m. in room 201 of the Goldstein Student Center on Syracuse University’s South Campus.
Six teams of interior design students are working to transform a stark corner of Smith Hall’s basement into a comfortable and inviting green office for Syracuse University’s Sustainability Division.