11 winners were announced as part of the 2018 AASHE Sustainability Award program. These winners were selected from more than 300 submissions. 2018 also marks the first year a Lifetime Achievement Award was presented.
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The Sustainable Campus Index highlights the most sustainable colleges and universities in 17 impact areas and overall by institution type, as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS).
The Turning the Page on Campus Paper Use program will focus specifically on campaigns to reduce the number of personal desktop printers, which AASHE and Root Solutions have identified as a high impact strategy for reducing costs and paper use.
The AASHE Sustainability Awards recognize sustainability achievements, research advancements and student leadership. Across the 10 categories in 2018, 34 finalists were chosen from nearly 300 submissions.
Today, AASHE opened early bird registration for the 2018 AASHE Conference & Expo. This year’s conference will take place October 2-5, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA.
With AASHE Connect, a new member benefit, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) members gain a powerful resource to network with 34,000+ higher education sustainability advocates, exchange knowledge and share solutions. All AASHE members have been added to the private online community, which includes a member-only open forum for general discussions. […]
Later this month AASHE will introduce AASHE Connect, a new online platform for members to connect, communicate and collaborate with peers. AASHE Connect is a private, secure community for AASHE members to share ideas, ask questions, lend expertise, and network with peers. The community features a discussion forum as well as a library for sharing […]
Kimberly Smith, AASHE director of conferences & events, shared tips to increase sustainability at conferences with Trade Show News Network.
The AASHE Sustainability Awards recognize sustainability achievements, research advancements and student leadership at higher education institutions. Submit by May 11.
Sierra and The Princeton Review will be using published STARS reports as the primary data source for their rankings and other important changes.