The Bloustein School’s Rutgers Center for Green Building, which promotes green building through research, advocacy and education, conducts applied research utilizing planned and existing green building projects, works with industry and government to promote these concepts, and develops undergraduate, graduate and professional education programs. It seeks to establish itself as the pre-eminent interdisciplinary center for green building excellence in the Northeast, while serving as a single accessible locus for fostering collaboration among green building practitioners and policy-makers.
As Rutgers University is about to make its entrance into the Big Ten on July 1, the Big Ten Network (BTN) has already begun programming about new conference members Rutgers and Maryland. In addition to giving more national exposure for Big Ten sports, BTN LiveBIG shines a light on the community of Big Ten students, faculty and alumni who are making a difference in the world through innovations in research, education and community service, and the Rutgers Center for Green Building is one of the first such highlights of what’s happening at Rutgers.
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