Poole College Sustainability Initiative News
NC State and More Than Money Careers Partnership
NC State is launching a new partnership to help mission-driven students and alumni get clear, get connected, and get hired. Our new partner, More Than Money (MTM) Careers, has distilled over 40 years of best practices into a sustainability-focused e-learning platform.The partnership is led by the NC State Poole College Sustainability Initiative, NC State Sustainability Office and NC State Net Impact Chapter. Read more
New LEED Labs Course
ARC-590-012, LEED Labs: Exploring LEED for Existing Buildings taught by Dr. Traci Rose Rider, is a new interdisciplinary course, open to all graduate and undergraduate students, for Fall 2014 focusing on strategies and metrics for “greening” existing buildings. This LEED Labs course will specifically explore the criteria and documentation needed to certify Nelson Hall - home of NCSU’s Poole College of Management - in the LEED for Existing Buildings program. Read more
Net Impact Conference 2013
NC State was well represented at the fall 2013 national Net Impact conference held in Silicon Valley, Calif. NC State’s NI chapter officers networked with NI teams from across the country, as well as within the Triangle. Photo above shows NC State NI team members with officers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University NI chapters and the NC State chapter officers. Read more
SI Industry Speakers Series
SI hosted two speakers in fall 2013: Riva Krut, vice president and chief sustainability officer for Praxair, and Maribeth Malloy, director of environmental sustainability and external engagement for Lockheed Martin Corporation. Both speakers met with NC State students from Poole College and the College of Engineering.
During her visit, Maribeth Malloy stopped for a photo with Poole College's Jenkins MBA students who joined her for a luncheon at Nelson Hall.