Unity Students in the Limelight

Amanda Nelson, Amy Kennedy, and Kayla Bubar receive the award.

Unity College students were recognized for their involvement in sustainability at this evening’s “In the Limelight” annual meeting of the Maine chapter of the US Green Building Council.  This year organizers chose to highlight “green stories” from colleges and universities around Maine and recognized four different schools for their submissions: one for a public institution (University of Maine, Orono), one for a private (Bowdoin College), one for transformative action (St. Joseph’s College), and one for student involvement (Unity College).

As the link above suggests, we used the Sustainability Monitor to highlight student involvement on campus for the Limelight submission.  We realize that students and student groups across campus are writing that story every day: through course work, student organizations, work-study positions, internships, and through your daily choices.  Congratulations, Unity College students on your outstanding involvement in sustainability.  Keep up the good work.


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