How one flagship is rallying for climate resilience now

With average temperatures rising and downpours increasing, the University of Minnesota Twin Cities is mitigating the consequences of climate change through a diverse set of objectives.

U.S. colleges are being surpassed on new sustainability rankings

U.S. higher education possesses only four universities in the top 100, three less than last year, in Times Higher Education's (THE) Impact Rankings 2024.

It’s a great time for higher ed to go electric

A recent analysis by EY found that EV sales will outpace all other types of engines three years sooner than expected. Campuses need to be ready with convenient access to fast and reliable charging stations to support students, staff, guests and electrified fleets.

International university ranking: 8 U.S. universities feature in the top 15

Berkeley and Cornell climbed 7 and 17 spots, respectively, to make the shortlist. MIT sits at #1 for the 12th time in the 20 editions of Quacquarelli Symonds' world ranking.

Only 7 U.S. universities make THE’s sustainability impact rankings’ top 100 list

Canada had the most institutions firmly committed to sustainability, with four schools making the top 10 ranking. The U.S. only had one.

Johnson & Wales University has offset 100% of campus electricity usage. How can you?

By undertaking these programs now, campus communities will reap the benefits for generations to come – saving energy and reducing waste, instilling in students’ lifelong habits of sustainable practices, and even saving money along the way.

After spearheading Sweet Briar’s revival, President Meredith Woo will step down

Woo, who will leave the institution in 2024, drove enrollment with tuition cuts and overhauled Sweet Briar's curriculum after the college nearly closed.

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