Mark your calendars to “power down!” The Green Campus Partnership has announced that the Power Down Challenge, Penn’s annual energy conservation contest, will be held February 3-28, 2014.
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Penn’s student Eco-Reps kick off the semester with a community service project each fall. Both a team-building activity and a community service event, this initiative encourages students to connect with...Read more »
This summer, all ten of the Vagelos Integrated Program in Energy Research (VIPER) Scholars from the Class of 2016 secured coveted campus research jobs, working a range of projects, deepening...Read more »
Working as a summer research assistant is not an uncommon experience at Penn. From engineering to English, graduate students and undergrads spend the summer on campus, helping professors conduct research...Read more »
This year, QuakerFest, the alumni picnic held before the Homecoming football game, will be a zero-waste event -- meaning all waste will be recycled, composted, or re-used. Student Volunteers are Needed!Read more »
Apply now for a Green Fund grant. Penn’s Green Fund is designed to seed innovative ideas from Penn students, faculty, and staff with one-time grants of as much as $50,000....Read more »
Students with an interest in environmental sustainability are needed for the Greenbuild 2013 Conference, November 20-22. Volunteer slots are open from November 15-23, 2013, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center....Read more »
The Greenbuild 2013 International Conference and Expo visits Philadelphia, November 20-22. A plus for Penn, being located in the host city, is that the University will get to show...Read more »
Get funding for your "green" ideas! Deadline October 7!
The Green Campus Partnership is looking for the best ideas from students to increase awareness and share educational messages about waste...Read more »
The Green Living Certification, offered through Penn’s Green Campus Partnership, provides students with an opportunity to reflect on their environmental impact and to recognize the importance of their daily, individual decisions on the University’s sustainability initiatives. Read more »