The Office of Sustainability will celebrate the last UT Earth Month 2018 event with Facilities Services during a ceremonial tree planting for National Arbor Day. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the event that will take place from 11 a.m. to noon Friday, April 27, at the Engineering Quad.
UT has received a 2017 green power leadership award from the US Environmental Protection Agency.
UT sustainability manager Preston Jacobsen recently spoke with the News Sentinel about UT’s inclusion in two prestigious lists of schools that are doing great things in sustainability.
UT Recycling’s Sustainability Art Show will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, March 31, at the UT Recycling Warehouse, 2121 Stephenson Drive, Dock 24. Artists will display works ranging from dance to sculpture that pertain to the show’s themes of sustainability and recycling.
The Committee on the Campus Environment works to advance sustainability and environmental stewardship at UT and is seeking new staff and faculty members.
A leading national expert in water resources and security will give a presentation on chemicals in our water supply.
UT’s Office of Sustainability has been named a finalist in the sixth annual Second Nature Climate Leadership Awards, which honor the best environmental efforts among colleges and universities that have signed the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.
As UT prepares for Earth Day, faculty, staff, and students can celebrate the strides they’ve made in making orange green. UT is a leader among large universities for successful resource conservation and environmental stewardship programs, and it leads the Southeastern Conference (SEC) for several green initiatives.
Tennessee’s top school environmental programs were honored earlier this month by the Good Sports Always Recycle program, which originated at UT. Each of the 2014 Good Sports Always Recycle school challenge winners received $1,000 for their efforts.
In faraway places around the world, US soldiers are challenged with carrying out missions despite the lack of access to energy supplies. A UT bioenergy researcher has received funding from the US Department of Defense to help find a solution.
The Mississippi River and its tributaries have provided water, transportation, and sustenance for people living along the water’s edge since well before Europeans set foot in the New World. A new group is helping make sure that role continues well into the future.
Wayne Davis, dean of the College of Engineering, was one of the invited speakers at the 2014 International Conference on Engineering Science and Technology in Beijing. The conference, Engineering and the Future of Humankind, was sponsored by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization; the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences;