PITTSBURGH: Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus and K-12 Program received a 2018 Best of Green Schools Award from the Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), in collaboration with the Green Schools National Network (GSNN).
Chatham was honored in the Higher Education category, which recognizes higher education institutions or faculty members who have made a significant contribution to the K–12 green schools movement through partnership, research and/or scholarship. This year, the Best of Green Schools Awards recognized 11 individuals, institutions and projects that represent the best environmental efforts in schools across the country and highlight the national leaders and innovators in school sustainability.
About the Eden Hall Campus K-12 Program
Through K-12 programming and events at Eden Hall Campus, students can explore and participate in a variety of activities that broaden their awareness of food, energy, nature, science, mathematics, and more. Educators can discover how they can take those same principles of sustainability into their classrooms to create fun and educational lessons that have meaning and applicability. More information at: www.chatham.edu/edenhall/k12.