AASHE's award for student research on campus sustainability recognizes outstanding student research that advances the field of campus sustainability. Students are invited to submit research papers on campus sustainability. The papers may be of any length, not previously published, written in English, and completed within the 12-months prior to the application deadline. A version of the winning paper will be published in Sustainability: The Journal of Record. Longer papers will be edited to meet the Journal's length standards.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is joining 32 other leading institutions
today to launch the Billion Dollar Green Challenge. The goal is to invest a
cumulative total of one billion dollars in self-managed, green revolving funds
that finance energy-efficiency upgrades on campus.
Continuing its record of achievement in campus
sustainability, Georgia Tech recently achieved a gold rating from the
Sustainability Tracking Assessment and Rating System (STARS), a program of the
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).