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Think about the environment before ordering print copies of directory

September 1, 2010 — The Sustainabilty and Environmental Management Office, in line with the University’s commitment to environmental sustainability, urges employees to use the online PDF Vanderbilt directory in conjunction with PeopleFinder instead of ordering large numbers of the printed version of the Vanderbilt University Telephone Directory. This year’s edition of the directory, a longtime resource for the Vanderbilt...... KEEP READING »

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Green Zipcars have arrived on campus

August 31, 2010 — Vanderbilt is pleased to announce the arrival of two new “green” Zipcars on campus.  The success of the campus-wide car sharing program prompted the University and Medical Center parking offices to request that two hybrid Toyota Priuses be placed in Lot 113B, located at the corner of 21st & Pierce Avenues across from the Village...... KEEP READING »

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Urban Land Institute Nashville Honors Two Vanderbilt Projects with Second Annual Excellence in Development Awards

August 25, 2010 — Press release reprinted from the Urban Land Institute Nashville District Council’s web site. CONTACT: Nancy DeKalb 615-218-9655 ndekalb@kvbpr.com Nashville, Tenn— May 21, 2009 — The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Nashville District Council honored 11 area development projects with Excellence in Development Awards last night at the Noah Liff Opera Center. Award entries represented projects from...... KEEP READING »

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One Hundred Oaks and The Commons Center recognized with Urban Land Institute award

August 23, 2010 — Two Vanderbilt projects, One Hundred Oaks and The Commons Center, recently earned Excellence in Development awards from the Urban Land Institute’s Nashville District Council. Winners were selected based on criteria considering various design factors, such as land use, contribution to the community, financial practicality and sensitivity to the environment. The Vanderbilt Health/One Hundred Oaks facility...... KEEP READING »

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Students moving onto campus recycle tons of packing materials

August 16, 2010 — Move-In, the weekend when the majority of undergraduate students move into their residence halls at Vanderbilt University, can generate a lot of potential waste. All those cardboard boxes, plastic bags and covers and Styrofoam packing materials start to add up when more than 1,500 first-year students leave home for the first time. That’s why Vanderbilt...... KEEP READING »

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Everyone at VU asked to conserve energy during heat wave

August 3, 2010 — Temperatures are predicted to hit 100° F this week and to remain in the high 90s throughout the rest of August.   As one of the largest energy consumers in Middle Tennessee, please help us to make reductions now in our energy use patterns that we can sustain all year round.    We in VU Plant Operations...... KEEP READING »

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Fairview to Vanderbilt Express Coach Service available August 2

July 26, 2010 — Anchor-Trailways, a private transportation company under contract with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), now offers direct “motor coach” transportation from Fairview to Vanderbilt at a special discount price of $27/month (unlimited rides in a calendar month pass). Passes go on sale July 28 and the service will begin on Monday, Aug. 2. SCHEDULE Morning...... KEEP READING »

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Toner and battery recycling offered at main campus and Vanderbilt Valet locations

July 9, 2010 — Vanderbilt Valet, Vanderbilt Procurement and Disbursement Services, Guy Brown and the VU Sustainability and Environmental Management Office (SEMO) are pleased to announce the availability of recycling for toner cartridges, batteries and cell phones at Vanderbilt University. Drop-off locations for toner cartridges and cell phones have been established at the following locations: –Commons Center and Sarratt...... KEEP READING »

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Don’t send $$$ down the drain: Water conservation saves money and resources

July 9, 2010 — [ Originally published in MyVU] In today’s economic climate, every little bit of savings helps. Plant Operations, VUMC Plant Services and SustainVU have been working for more than a year to find new and better ways to save water through the Campus Water Conservation Project. Not only does conserving water preserve a valuable resource and...... KEEP READING »

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Faculty-Staff Giving Campaign: Changing the environment changed her life

June 17, 2010 — [originally appeared on myVU] by Missy Pankake It’s not often that a writing assignment from your freshman year can have a lasting impact on your life, but that is exactly what happened to rising Vanderbilt senior Leslie LaBruto. A civil and environmental engineering major, LaBruto was asked to pen a rebuttal article for The Hustler...... KEEP READING »

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