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March 2013



The College of Wooster Supplies the Means to Create Strong Bodies and Minds

By: Garnet Soffilas

The College of Wooster, located in Wooster, Ohio, is known as America's premier college for mentored undergraduate research.


University Green Initiatives

By: Kristi Clemens

2013 isn't just a new year-it's a new chance for colleges and universities to capitalize on green initiatives. Being an eco-friendly university is more than just reducing emissions and having a more efficient recycling program; it's about sustainability and long-term changes for the better of the environment.


Big Fans Improve Comfort and Efficiency Across Campus

By: Erin Hsu

A simple summer solution to school-year comfort issues, large diameter, low speed fans use the power of air movement to improve energy efficiency and comfort conditions in numerous areas of your campus.



Single-Source Responsibility: An Innovative Way to Build College Sports, Fitness and Recreation Facilities

By: Jim Wakely

While schools wrestled with how to build a new athletic facility in the middle of a recession, Tufts University's Athletics and Operations Departments worked with a Massachusetts-based developer called Stanmar Inc. to devise a creative solution to designing, building and financing a new sports and fitness center in just under 24 months.


Gustavus and Theatre for Social Justice: Dr. Amy Seham and I AM WE ARE

By: Rachel James Clevenger

Dr. Amy Seham has created and conducted improv workshops to tackle issues of race, gender and resisting stereotypes at numerous US universities and conferences, as well as in India and Ireland. At Gustavus Adolphus College, Seham has developed a new course in Creating Social Justice Theatre and mentors the student social justice theatre troupe.



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