Tag Archives: sustainability

Doing Good While Going Green

Yeshiva University Partners with HASC for Environmentally and Socially Responsible Electronic Waste Recycling In line with its goals of environmental and financial sustainability, Yeshiva University recently partnered with eWorks Electronic Services, a program established by the HASC Center and AHRC, that provides  recycling, refurbishment and resale services of office technologies and consumer electronics by employing

Topsy Turvy Bus

Topsy Turvy Bus Comes to YU

The Topsy Turvy Bus Makes a Stop at YU on April 11 at 8PM on the Wilf Campus From early February through mid-April, the Teva Learning Center’s used-vegetable-oil-powered Topsy-Turvy Bus will be rambling through the United States, making stops at Jewish organizations and institutions in various communities.  This year’s tour is titled “From Purim to

Project Green Tree

Wurzweiler Launches Photo Contest in Effort to Promote Paper Waste Reduction Ready to make a difference? Wurzweiler School of Social Work students can help promote the school’s efforts to become “greener” everyday and build its virtual forest. What’s more, they could become a part of Wurzweiler history and win a valuable prize. See contest rules here…

Green Efforts Make the Grade

YU’s 2011 Green Report Card Shows Continued Progress For the fourth year in a row Yeshiva University’s College Sustainability Report Card continues to show considerable improvement, according to the Sustainability Endowments Institute (SEI). In its annual publication, released on October 27 on SEI’s Web site, the Institute awarded YU A’s in the categories of student