Princeton Review Puts UMass High on ‘Green Honor Roll’
Monday, August 12, 2013
UMass Amherst is one of the top 22 among more than 800 colleges nationwide recognized this month as a “Green Honor Roll School” by The Princeton Review. Giving the flagship campus of the Commonwealth’s public university system a perfect 99 on a 99-point scale, the Review’s annual Best 378 Colleges guide salutes schools for being “environmentally aware and responsible institutions.” Read more on the UMass Amherst News and Media Relations site.
Develop Springfield team (l to r). Front: Karl Allen '82 (computer science), MS '13 (resource economics), MRP '16; Sarah Spencer '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; Stacy Wasserman '05 (women's studies), MRP '15; and Jay Minkarah, executive director, Develop Springfield; Back: Gregory Lewis MRP '15; John "Jay" Rosa MRP '15; Calliope Bosen '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; Caitlin Michniewicz '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; Alexander Mello '13 (environmental design), MRP '16; and Mark Berube MRP '15.