Halsey will provide strategic direction over university buildings and grounds, design and construction standards, and non-capital renovations. Halsey comes to Blacksburg from Washington, D.C., where she served as deputy superintendent of House Office Buildings.
The Green Office Program provides faculty, staff, and students with the tools needed to go green in their office spaces by distributing a checklist of sustainable practices to implement that focus on energy, alternative transportation, event and meeting planning, purchasing, recycling, waste reduction, and more.
From shopping local for supplies to incorporating composting and alternative transportation into homegate plans, Office of Sustainability student interns share easy tips for reducing your homegate's environmental impact.
Effective Sept. 29, the cost of the 2020-21 Annual Evenings Only parking permit will be lowered from $100 to $50. The cost of the 2020 Fall Semester Evenings Only parking permit will be lowered from $50 to $25.
This new project supports the Heads Up Hokies campaign, which encourages students and community members traveling across campus on foot, or by bike, e-scooter, bus, or car to keep their heads up, act predictably, and pay attention to their surroundings.
Water refill stations in academic, dining, and residence facilities; nearly 100 bike racks across the university; and the Math Emporium’s sustainable makeover are just a few of the sustainability projects in action today thanks to student engagement.
Maintaining strong physical distancing, donning face coverings, and bringing with them an enduring Ut Prosim spirit, cadets helped locate, carry, process, and hand out packages to students at the War Memorial Gym package operation.