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March 2017



Reaching for Carbon Neutrality at Middlebury College

By: Middlebury College

This past December, Middlebury announced that it has reached carbon neutrality--a major sustainability milestone many years in the making. In doing so, Middlebury attains a net-zero carbon footprint, meaning that the institution has balanced the amount of carbon emissions it releases with an equivalent amount sequestered or offset.


Yale University's West Campus Energy Sciences Institute

By: William Weir

At Yale University's West Campus, in the Energy Sciences Institute, they are developing tomorrow's energy. In his office at the Energy Sciences Institute (ESI), Shu Hu holds a small box in his hand.


Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex at University of St. Thomas

By: Gene McGivern

The University of St. Thomas' Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex opened Fall 2010 and is the home of Tommie varsity, intramural and informal recreational sports. It's a facility that ranks alongside any small-college athletic venue in America for beauty, functionality and versatility.


Upgrading Your Performance Space: Don't Leave Your Lighting in the Dark

By: Robert Mentele

When it comes to upgrading your college's or university's performance spaces, there is typically a delicate balance between cost and integrating the latest technology. Usually a lot of thought is given to the visible aspects of the space, and not much consideration is taken for the gear that makes it all work.



Allopathic Medicine at Nova Southeastern University

By: Rachel James Clevenger

After earning his medical degree in Munich, Johannes Vieweg, M.D., FACS, moved to the U.S. where he was awarded a post-doctoral research fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and then Duke University where he held a nine-year tenured position in Duke's Department of Urology as vice chair for research.


Benefits of a Recreation Center Mobile App

By: Nick Dennis

Millennials expect information that is fast and easy. There are several reasons why having a Recreation Center mobile app can help your campus Fitness and Recreation Center keep up with the needs of your student body.


SNHU's State-of-the-Art Athletic Facility Opens Fall 2017

By: Eric Coplin

Southern New Hampshire University broke ground over the summer on a brand new $25-million multi-sport stadium for the Department of Athletics that will be home to men's and women's soccer, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's tennis, and women's track & field. The facility, which will also host select field hockey home games, should open in Fall of 2017.



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