The IUPUI Office of Sustainability seeks to be recognized as a national leader in urban sustainability while supporting student success and the well-being of citizens of Indianapolis, the state of Indiana, and beyond.
The campus received its award for "Exemplary Higher Education Sector Parking" on Oct. 20 at the International Facility Management Association's conference in Houston, Texas.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and Bee Campus USA have announced that IUPUI is the 31st educational institution in the nation to be certified as an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program, designed to marshal the strengths of educational campuses for the benefit of pollinators.
The Natatorium accomplished its innovative feat in June 2016 when it hosted the Olympic Diving Trials, making the trials the first Olympic event to have a zero-waste designation. Being a zero-waste venue means that by weight, 90 percent of all waste must be recycled or composted; only 10 percent may be disposed of as trash.
40 students planted 26 trees in one of our campus recreation fields, Lockefield Green. The planting included a visit from Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar and school mascots.
Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar has announced that 24 projects have received nearly $500,000 in grants from the Welcoming Campus Innovation Fund.
Are you an IUPUI student, faculty, or staff member that has come up with a way to advance campus sustainability? Submit your idea, and you could win a Greening IUPUI Grant to make it happen.
Greening IUPUI Grants are awarded one time pe >> Read More
Pick up some fresh, local produce at IUPUI's monthly Fresh Produce Market! Chef Roger will also have a special dish that uses the produce for sale from 11-1. Bring your reusable bag for $1 off a purchase of $5+.>> Read More