Fr. Garanzini and Loyola University Chicago are featured in the current issue of Green Building and Design magazine. Read about his environmental sustainability initiative and the greening of our campus over the past 12 years.
The Office for International Programs is offering two programs in Belize with Fr. Stephen Mittens, S.J. in early 2014: J-term program, Tropical Ecosystems of Belize, January 2-11, and Spring Break program, Conservation and Sustainability of Neotropic Ecosystems,February 28-March 9. Applications for both programs are due October 25.
This year’s Loyola P3 team worked on developing sustainable solutions for the treatment of BWW and the recycling of waste streams back into the Biodiesel production process.
The 2013 Loyola University Chicago Farmers Market seeks to increase access to healthy and sustainably grown fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat and prepared foods. The Farmers Market takes place at the southwest corner of Albion and Sheridan Roads every Monday, 3-7 p.m. starting June 10 thru October 14.
Founding Director Nancy Tuchman, PhD, was featured on Fox 32 News talking about the new Institute of Environmental Sustainability.
Governor Quinn and the Illinois Green Governments Coordinating Council have officially recognized Loyola as a Gold-level school for sustainability goals in higher education as established by the Illinois Campus Sustainability Compact.
This hands-on class will serve as an introduction to the production of biodiesel.
Congratulations to Reuben Keller, Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Science, who has been designated a 'Master Researcher' by the Sujack Selection Committee. Sujack winners will be celebrated at a ceremony and reception in Crown Center Auditorium on April 17 at 4:15 p.m.
IES faculty member Dr. Tham Hoang led a group of Loyola facutly members in a collaboration with Vietnam National University-Hanoi University of Science, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, and Vietnam Environment Administration to organize and international conference.
Loyola's Nancy Tuchman, PhD, is one of five winners of Chicago magazine’s 2013 Green Awards, honoring unsung locals whose innovations are putting Chicago on the national map and doing something good for the earth.
Reuters TV reports on Loyola's efforts to convert all of the waste cooking oil produced in cafeteria kitchens to biodiesel that powers their shuttle bus fleet and soap products.
Loyola signs compact to work towards expanding a sustainability program, engaging the campus community, greening our operations, and monitoring our performance.