We are deeply saddened by Jack Mascaro's passing. You can read more about his incredible life in the pieces linked below.
Jack Mascaro, founder of one of Pittsburgh's largest construction firms, dies at 76. Tim Schooley, Pittsburgh Business Times (7-22-20).
Pittsburgh builder and sustainability pioneer Jack Mascaro dies after long illness. Paul Guggenheimer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (7-23-20).
John C. 'Jack' Mascaro / Builder of Heinz Field, science center embraced 'green' construction. Janice Crompton, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (7-27-20).
Founder of Mascaro Construction, Heinz Field builder, dies at age 75. Harry Funk, Washington Observer-Reporter (8-1-20).
The Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation (MCSI), a center of excellence in sustainable engineering focusing on the design of sustainable neighborhoods.
Sustainable Oxidation with Nanobubbles
Claire Chouinard describes her current research with Nanobubbles in Dr. David Sanchez's lab.
First Solar Solar Cells
Max Smith describes his research focused on optimizing the efficiency of Cadmium Telluride solar cells with Dr. Paul Leu.
Chemical Catch: detecting emerging contaminants of concern
Ethan Arnold-Paine describes his current research focused on emerging contaminants in the environment, in Dr. David Sanchez's lab.
Read the annual report here.
Read about the incredible faculty, staff and students honored with this year's sustainability awards here!
MCSI announces 5 new RFPs for the 2019-2020 year. Read More
Read the list of 2020 Seed grant awardees here!
We are pleased to announced this summer's projects and student pairings for the Undergraduate Summer Research Program. View the list here.
Read about the 2020-2021 MCSI Leonard Peters Faculty Fellows here.
Since its creation, MCSI has endeavored to create an integrated community of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh who focus their intellectual talents on rendering society more sustainable.
Working together for a more sustainable campus and community.