Campion College is among the recipients of the Education for Sustainable Development Recognition awards presented by the Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) today in Nipawin, Saskatchewan.
The RCE Education for Sustainable Development recognition program applauds innovative ways in which organizations advance education for sustainable development in the prairie region. The award recognizes Campion College for its 2011 Lighting Retrofit Project.
Marquette University High School (MUHS) in Milwaukee was recently rated as the highest performing high school in the state of Wisconsin, according to a new report by the Wisconsin Institute of Law and Liberty.
The institute recently issued a new “apples to apples” report to compare the academic performance and test scores of Wisconsin schools across sectors (public, charter, private, and Choice). The study analyzed test scores of schools by making adjustments for demographic factors known to influence academic outcomes in order to provide a fair comparison of school results.
Loyola Marymount University (LMU) was honorded by the city of Los Angeles with the first-ever Platinum recycLA Star Award for its sustainability efforts, including the university’s on-campus recycling center.
recycLA is the new recycling and waste collection program for commercial and large apartment buildings throughout Los Angeles.
Con la prontitud de María, acogimos la invitación de la CLAR y la REPAM, para participar del Encuentro de Congregaciones Religiosas con Proyectos en Perspectiva Panamazónica, en el que reflexionamos sobre “La misionariedad Panamazónica en la óptica de la ecología integral”. Somos noventa participantes de treinta congregaciones, religiosas, religiosos, laicos, laicas y padres diocesanos de los países de la Panamazonia, en Tabatinga (Brasil), región transfronteriza, de 20 a 24 de abril del 2018.
Environmental contamination, especially pollution of water sources, is causing significant concern in areas where Jesuits are based, according to a global survey conducted by the Justice in Mining Network. The survey also showed there is strong interest in mining justice issues, but indicated that many Jesuits and lay colleagues feel they have insufficient knowledge and expertise to take action.