Faculty, staff and students who want to take advantage of the health and financial benefits of two-wheel transportation can take a spin through two campus websites for things bicycle-related at IUPUI.
University Hall employees are likely to play an important role in the future of IUPUI reaching its recycling goals, which are a key part of campus efforts to improve sustainability, according to Jessica G. Davis, the director of the Office of Sustainability.
Cyclists looking for places to park around the IUPUI campus are getting a helping hand from Parking and Transportation Services and its new Bike IUPUI initiative for the upcoming academic year.
“Food for thought” isn’t just a slogan for the people involved in Healthy IU -- it’s a way of life, and health.
Jessica Davis is assuming a new leadership role in the work IUPUI undertakes to promote responsible environmental stewardship.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis was honored with a 2014 Tree Campus USA recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.
When it comes to choosing a college, most students look at the institution’s academic reputation, location and campus appearance. But according to a survey by Aramark Higher Education, a college’s sustainability initiatives are a “very important” factor in students’ decisions about where to attend school
Dumpster diving returns to IUPUI Wednesday as a highlight of this year’s Earth Day celebration. The latest dive is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Business/SPEA Breezeway, supervised by Ray’s Trash Service, Inc., the Indianapolis company serving as the campus’s waste/recycling vendor
Plans to convert both New York and Michigan streets into two-way traffic on the IUPUI campus are scheduled to begin in May when work starts on New York Street, and will continue until November 2017 when changes to Michigan Street are expected to be complete.