Shared Values: How Mike Gunter Unites Students and Communities around our Common Love for the Earth at Rollins College

Mike Gunter, Cornell Distinguished Faculty, Arthur Vining Davis Fellow, and professor and chair of the Political Science department at...  More

Green Initiatives: Complement LEED Certified Buildings with these Eco-friendly Practices

The Industrial Revolution, which spans from the 1760s through the early 1900s, brought major technological changes to the planet. The shift...  More

A Way Forward: Biophilic Design and Sustainable Flooring in Higher Education Facilities

The Youghiogheny River—or the Yough, as it is commonly called—extends its reach from the west side of the Allegheny Mountains in...  More

New Construction or Renovation: Which is Greener?

As the climate crisis accelerates, students are expressing their desires for a campus experience that embraces a culture of sustainability....  More

Bates College The Thrill of the Chase (Hall, That Is)

Bates College’s Chase Hall is beloved, iconic, historic, but user-friendly? Well, probably not, thanks to unwelcoming entrances and a...  More

Six Ways to Future-Proof a College’s Security Investments

Keeping students and faculty safe on college campuses is a top priority for every education administrator. Investing in security solutions...  More

Energy Management for Private Universities

Energy management is a critical issue for private universities as they aim to maintain a balance between energy consumption, cost control,...  More

Excellence in Pharmacy Education and Research at Cedarville University

McKenzie Grinalds, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Cedarville University, specializes as a neurology pharmacist. This position...  More

Art That Inspires: The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Belmont University

Before construction even started, the stakes for creating a new multi-functional auditorium at Belmont University were high. “The...  More