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Princeton Review Designates UC a Green College
Princeton Review Designates UC a Green CollegeUrsinus College is among 332 of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada, according to The Princeton Review,  which has released its fifth annual edition of The Princeton Review’s Guide to 332 Green Colleges. The Princeton Review’s … Continue reading

UCGreen Seeks Sustainability Fellows
UCGreen Seeks Sustainability FellowsThe Office of Sustainability’s UCGreen program is currently recruiting for a number of positions being vacated by graduating seniors who are Sustainability Fellows. The Sustainability Fellows program has been running for three years. The Office of Sustainability (OS) has worked … Continue reading

What Kind of Bear Are You? Office of Sustainability Green Living Certification
What Kind of Bear Are You? Office of Sustainability Green Living CertificationThe Office of Sustainability is introducing a pilot program for students: Green Living Certification! If you’re wondering what your “green rating” is as a UC bear, this is the survey for you. We have four levels of certification: Sun Bear, … Continue reading

Professor Goddard-Doms Awarded for Research Geared to Civic and “Eco-Minded Excellence”
Main Line Today Magazine awarded Associate Professor of Biology Kate Goddard-Doms with its annual Green Award given to residents of the Main Line for work geared toward “Eco-Minded Excellence.”  Goddard-Doms is featured in the magazine’s April issue for her passionate … Continue reading

A Better Understanding of Urban Foraging
A Better Understanding of Urban ForagingAssociate Professor of Environmental Studies Dr. Patrick Hurley joined with collaborator Dr. Marla Emery, a research geographer with the U.S. Forest Service, to give a presentation on their research examining urban foraging in the New York City area.The presentation in … Continue reading


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