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 Good News: PittsburghMagazine cites SRU in Top 50 for 'Leave it Green' 



SRU Good News for April 8, 2009


Pittsburgh Magazine cites SRU in Top 50 for 'Leave it Green'


Pittsburgh Magazine has named Slippery Rock University's "Leave it Green" project "one of the 50 best eco-friendly finds in our region" as part of its April issue.

The article, by Lissa Rosenthal, cited the growth of green technologies and architecture throughout the region as well as how Pittsburghers are adapting to a "green life."

In citing SRU, the story points out the strong student leadership in support of the environment. 

The articled noted last fall's implementation of the Green Fund. The fund made nearly $75,000 available for green project on campus and in the community. 

"SRU's Leave It Green campaign was first created by SRU environmental studies majors. With funding in place, SRU students, faculty and staff are now being encouraged by the Leave It Green group to start the process of completely greening the university," Rosenthal wrote.


 Additional details on the various projects being supported by the Green Fund are available in recent issues of rockpride online, SRU's weekly faculty/staff newsletter available at:


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