Harmonizing Healthcare and Earthcare NCA&T Opens LEED Silver Building

Integrating healthcare and "earthcare", today, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical (NCA&T) State University cuts the ribbon on its "greenest" campus building. The two-story, state of the art, 27,548 square foot building replaces the 11,000 square foot Sebastian Health Center constructed in 1958. The new health center becomes the university's first completely green building, achieving Silver certification … Continue reading Harmonizing Healthcare and Earthcare NCA&T Opens LEED Silver Building

Aggies Promote Sustainability with Earth Week Activities

It was great to read about Aggie Earth Week activities... way to go Eco Aggie Pride! (Greensboro, NC) North Carolina A&T lined up an action pack week of events and programs to promote environmental awareness during Earth Week 2014. The annual observance week held April 21- 24 consisted of a variety of programs including an … Continue reading Aggies Promote Sustainability with Earth Week Activities

N.C. A&T engineering student groups organize conference on sustainability in transportation

This post makes me proud as a former chapter president of ASCE and member of ITE at A&T during undergrad. Way to go Aggies! - - - (from Aggie Research) Engineering students are organizing a statewide conference, “Sustainability in Transportation,” to be held Thursday September 26 at N.C. A&T. The full-day event is targeted to … Continue reading N.C. A&T engineering student groups organize conference on sustainability in transportation

From Pig Manure to Bio-Adhesive

The NC A&T State University Team is leading the  2013 Department of Energy NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION, creating a bio-adhesive with numerous uses from pig manure. Check out the video to learn more and vote here http://energy.gov/2013-national-clean-energy-business-plan-competition BIOADHESIVE ALLIANCE - North Carolina A&T State University Bioadhesive Alliance Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of “PiGrid”, … Continue reading From Pig Manure to Bio-Adhesive