Texas college makes sustainability push

July 3, 2008
Southwestern University seeks LEED certification for admissions center

Most of 1,200 students at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, are away for the summer, but junior Kimberly Griffin has stayed around. She was hired for the summer by Southwestern to work on recycling and sustainability plans for the school's construction and renovation program. Southwestern, a privately endowed university, plans to spend more than $15 million improving campus facilities over the next few years.

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