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Rededicated in 2009, the Oklahoma State University football stadium shows school spirit throughout.
The University of British Columbia is home to two classroom facilities recognized for elevated sustainability.
Facilities staff call attention to recycling with a giant "N" made of plastic water bottles.
With a nearly 250% increase of participants in its STARS program since 2011, AASHE has launched a quarterly review to share best practices.
Students and staff there are using their smartphones as their credential to access dorms, academic buildings, and administration offices.
Students in Milwaukee benefit from the delivery of 15 motor drives and other equipment for their Industrial Automation Laboratory.
At Fairfield University in Connecticut, visual displays show energy usage in students' dorms.
In October 2010, 77 colleges and universities took up the EPA's challenge to reduce waste at one of their home football games.
A building services company, this Trane franchise recently gave $25,000 to an engineering higher ed campus.
Morrison Residence Hall at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill won Energy Star's first National Building Competition.
Interns at Indiana University Bloomington will build upon previous projects and lay the groundwork for new initiatives to further improve sustainable practices on their campus.
New York University, University of New Hampshire, Furman University, and Butte College were recognized for campus sustainability efforts.
Western Michigan University (WMU) has set up a detailed map online that identifies the best routes for mobility and access to every building on its main campus.
Working with American DG Energy Inc., the Stevens Institute of Technology has installed a 75 kW combined heat and power system and a 200 ton natural gas engine driven chiller.
Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO has announced several environmental initiatives at its 328-acre campus.