Sustainability at Radford University
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Radford University’s Center for the Sciences has been granted LEED Silver certification, marking another achievement in the university's sustainability initiatives.
Winners of the Keep’n It Green awards and the Highlander Cup Sustainability Competition were announced April 19.
A small group of students spent spring break planting trees on reclaimed land of an abandoned coal mine in central Kentucky.
Radford University Recycling will host a Shred-A-Thon from noon to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10 at Heth Clock Plaza.
Dalton Kitchen chefs are on a mission to reduce campus food waste.
Radford University’s Student Government Association and Sustainability office have joined a community effort to collect unwanted plastic bags and recycle them into benches that will be placed around campus.
The Highlander Cup Sustainability Competition begins Feb. 5, and the Radford University Sustainability Office is providing recycling facts and tips to prepare students for the residence hall completion.
Radford University Sustainability and Housing and Residential Life are hosting this spring the Highlander Cup competition, a semester-long event aimed at teaching and engaging students with sustainability in their residence.
Radford University’s Student Sustainability Leadership Team hosted a forum Dec. 5 to provide students an opportunity to share their visions and ideas for improving campus sustainability.
A Radford University comparative study of the efficacy of intervention strategies of student electricity use in campus residence halls is the winner of a campus sustainability research honor presented by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.