The Carpenter Shop at UT Austin is a hive of activity each fall, building and decorating dozens of wooden toys from scraps of wood for deserving children affiliated with the university.
After more than a decade of germination, the Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies in UT Austin’s College of Liberal Arts has its first graduate, Sara Zaman.
Taking inspiration from his breadth of environmental activism in Austin, Dr. W. Scott Swearingen teaches two courses that are part of the new Sustainability Studies degree.
UT Austin announces the fourth annual award competition for the development of new courses that address issues related to sustainability and incorporate experiential learning.
The Green Fee-funded Materials Exchange, operated by the School of Architecture since 2015, helps students reuse material and save money. The story is from The Daily Texan.
The Daily Texan reports on a Hot Science-Cool Talk from the Environmental Science Institute in which experts discussed future population and environmental challenges in the state.
Students and staff help restore Waller Creek by planting native trees, shrubs and grasses as part of a celebration of Texas Arbor Day.
UT's Campus Environmental Center celebrated America Recycles Day by building a box fort on the East Mall. According to The Daily Texan, the event was fun with a point: in the U.S. less than 22% of materials are recycled.
Check in with BatX founder Jenni Tucker and learn about this student organization that is funded by Green Fee and under the Campus Environmental Center umbrella.
This The Daily Texan story profiles economics senior Joy Youwakim and her Green-Fee funded project that aims to discover the viability of growing food on a landfill.
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