Students, faculty, and staff partnered with a neighborhood tree planting and two Western Pennsylvania Conservancy community gardens on October 24th in a day of service.
Carmalt Academy of Science and Technology is an ideal learning environment infusing science and technology across the curriculum.
Building Green gives young people a hands-on opportunity to learn about green design and its impact on human health and the environment.
MCSI faculty and students are working on the development and implementation of low-cost ceramic water filters for poor communities around the world.
Mentors help seventh- and eighth-graders present their visions of a city of the future.
Open to the community and aims to bring to the University innovative, thought-provoking, and forward-looking concepts appropriate for sustainable infrastructure development.
MCSI was delighted to work with the Manchester Academic Charter School on our first sustainable schools competition.
The Kingsley Association is located in the Larimer neighborhood of Pittsburgh, part of the city’s East End and representing 12% of the total population.
Phipps works on designs for a building that generates all of its own energy, treats its own water, and uses resources efficiently.
MCSI partnered with Urban Youth Action (UYA) to present a series of green lectures to provide 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students a general understanding of sustainability principles.
Local citizens grow the town of Vandergrift using principles of sustainability.