Touring New England in an attempt to call all Americans to take action and join the fight to help slow climate change, Iowa state Sen. Rob Hogg visited Central Connecticut State University Thursday.
The University, hosting the largest fuel cell project in New England, is beginning a new system that will increase CCSU’s sustainability and set us apart from the other state universities.
As the spring semester comes to a close, the Academic Technology area of the CCSU Information Technology Department is already planning some exciting changes for when students return Aug. 31 for the fall semester.
Central Connecticut State University has made a significant advance in campus sustainability by meeting the standards to achieve climate neutrality set by the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment
With improvements and upgrades to campus facilities the smokestack no longer serves a purpose. The heart of the university has shifted to the Energy Center.
U.S. Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., served as the keynote speaker during a town hall meeting at Central Connecticut State University’s second annual Global Environmental Sustainability Symposium Thursday.
Central Connecticut State University is similar to a small city. Many of the concerns that Mayors and Selectmen have are the same for the University President and his Administrative Staff.
Towards carbon neutrality and environmental sustainability at CCSU
Author(s): Charles E. Button
Journal: International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education