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Jul 8,2013

Paul Meyer, Executive Director at the Morris Arboretum, received the APGA Award of Merit at the association’s recent conference in Phoenix. The award recognizes an APGA member who has performed...Read more »

Jul 8,2013

This Spring, the Green Fund awarded four grants to Penn students, faculty, and staff to initiate innovative ...Read more »

Jul 8,2013

Penn’s campus was shown off for its urban park features during What’s Out There Weekend Philadelphia, a program of The Cultural...Read more »

Jul 2,2013

Groups participating in the Green Office program are making a commitment to understand and...Read more »

May 31,2013

The new Edward W. Kane Park, marked its official opening to the University community on June 11, with a ribbon-cutting celebration attended by Mr. Kane, Craig Carnaroli, University EVP, and Anne...Read more »

Apr 16,2013

The Penn Green Campus Partnership has awarded four Green Fund grants for Spring 2013, bringing the total number of funded projects to 49. Read more »

Mar 20,2013

Students' daily choices impact the University's overall sustainability initiatives. With the enthusiastic involvement of Stouffer College House, the Green Campus Partnership has introduced the ...Read more »

Mar 20,2013

We are spreading roots for a greener region!  This spring, Penn is partnering with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation for the third annual Creating Canopy tree giveaway.Read more »

Mar 20,2013

Sometimes it's all fun and games for hackers, developing new software to provide information or entertainment. But at the seventh PennApps  -  held January 18 - 20 - one Penn team worked in...Read more »

Mar 20,2013

Wharton San Francisco's new expanded facility, located in the historic Hills Brothers Plaza at the base of the Bay Bridge, has achieved LEED CI Gold Certification. LEED (Leadership in Energy and...Read more »

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