Brigham Young U Hawaii Completes Solar Energy Plus Battery Installation

The recently completed photovoltaic energy system that includes three rooftop and five carport installations plus battery storage is projected to meet approximately 39 percent of the university's energy needs annually. The university financed the project through a 20-year power purchase agreement.

Stanford U Renews STARS Platinum Rating

Points of distinction in Stanford University's recently published STARS Platinum report include its new School of Sustainability, which merges several existing schools and departments and is anticipated to hire 60 new faculty over the next 10 years; its zero waste by 2030 initiative; and the One Plate, One Planet dining program, which seeks to support climate-smart dining, racial equity, and thriving oceans while curbing deforestation and catalyzing a circular economy within the food system

Metropolitan State U Denver of Offer Free Tuition to Indigenous Students

In the fall of 2022, the Metropolitan State University of Denver will begin offering free tuition to students who are enrolled in any of the 574 Indigenous nations recognized by the federal government.

West Virginia Wesleyan College Connects Solar Array

The college in mid-May dedicated a new photovoltaic array that is expected to provide about 11 percent of power to the campus.

CUPA-HR Publishes 2022 Higher Ed Workforce Data

CUPA-HR's recently released report analyzes data on overall higher ed pay increases and changes in workforce size for 2021-22.