Sustainability at the University of Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati recognizes its role as a leader in sustainable practice, research, and education. UC seeks to consider the environmental, social, and economic impacts of its decisions and commits to incorporating the concept of sustainability into its academic and research programs; the design, operation, and maintenance of its buildings and landscapes; and its organizational structure and management.
Recently approved by the University’s Board of Trustees and the Administration, Scioto Hall will be renovated. This renovation will be very similar to the recent renovation of Morgen’s Hall. There will be one notable difference and that is a connection to the new building to be constructed adjacent to Scioto. Like Morgen’s Hall, the University will work towards LEED certification, an important goal of the for our collective sustainability objectives. The design team has recently started on the construction documents and looking at the credits.
Events & Programs
All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.
Noted by the Boston Globe as “probably America’s most important environmentalist,” Bill McKibben will be at the University of Cincinnati to talk about his truly inspirational book 'Oil & Honey.' Please join us on March 12th at 4:30 in the TUC Cinema to hear McKibbens’ account of how these two unique commodities are entwined and integral to the global climate fight.