Administrative Center for Sustainability and Energy Management
February 2016
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Sustainability Spotlight

Meet Rice Environmental Club President, Julianne Crawford

We met with Rice Environmental Club President Julianne Crawford (Lovett ’15) to discuss campus sustainability, her club’s activities, growing up in Germany, and more.
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Campus Sustainability News

Anderson-Clarke Center is good as gold

The Anderson-Clarke Center has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.
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Student News

Rice students invited to 2017 Solar Decathlon

Student team one of sixteen invited to build solar-powered home in prestigious international competition.
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Emergency Floor

Rice Architecture alumni have designed a product that improves the living conditions of refugee camp residents.
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A new way to study abroad

Swedish ‘living lab’ links Rice students with international universities, industry partners, experts.
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Teaching and Research News

Feminist & Queer Food Politics Student Symposium

Students in SWGS 308 hosted a research symposium to present course projects addressing food topics at Rice.
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Professors create wind house at American Anthropological Association meeting

Rice anthropologists’ research project on wind power development in Mexico was featured at the annual American Anthropological Association (AAA) meeting.
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New ‘Cultures of Energy’ podcast series explores the energy humanities

A new podcast series hosted by Rice’s CENHS shines a light on the multitude of energy humanities research activities and events brought to bear at the university.
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