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Women in Leadership: Dr. Amy Tuininga
Learn more about the PSEG ISS Director in her interview with Her Campus
Posted: Thursday February 23, 2017
Professor Receives Prestigious Presidential Award
Award is nation's top honor for scientists and engineers in early stages of their research careers
Posted: Thursday January 12, 2017
Trees of Montclair
Faculty and students piloted a project seeking to map the tress along the streets of Montclair.
Posted: Friday August 26, 2016
Photo: Mike Peters
“Green Team” Interns Advance Sustainability
Summer program at University's PSEG Institute finds sustainable solutions for top companies
Posted: Tuesday August 16, 2016
NJDEP Air Quality, Energy and Sustainability Internship Program
During their internships, students have an opportunity to explore the various AQES offices, as well as present their research and findings to upper management. They are also given opportunities to attend meetings, hearings, presentations and other special events. Only five interns are selected.
Posted: Wednesday August 3, 2016
Montclair Launches Green Business Certification Program
The Montclair Green Business Program encourages local businesses to adopt simple environmentally-friendly steps, such as reducing waste (and disposal fees), being more energy efficient (lowering utility bills) and promoting healthy living.
Posted: Monday June 13, 2016
PSEG Institute Launches Green Teams
Transdisciplinary student teams begin summer program to help New Jersey businesses
Posted: Thursday June 9, 2016
Montclair launches Green Businesses Recognition Program
NorthJersey.com describes Montclair's efforts to provide Green Certification to Montclair businesses with the help of the PSEG Institute.
Posted: Monday April 25, 2016
Montclair State featured in the Princeton Review's Green Colleges
The Princeton Review recently released its guide of the 353 Green Colleges, our stats are broken down on page 112.
Posted: Tuesday December 1, 2015
Amy Tuininga Named Institute Director
Amy Tuininga, an ecosystems ecologist, joins the University from Fordham University, where she was most recently chief research officer.
Posted: Tuesday September 22, 2015