Facilities VP Named to AASHE Board
AASHE is an organization of colleges and universities that are working to advance sustainability in higher education...comments share
By Nancy Doolittle via Cornell Chronicle, 1/16/14
KyuJung Whang, Cornell vice president for facilities, has been named to the board of directors of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
AASHE was founded in 2005 to coordinate and strengthen campus sustainability efforts and to serve as the first North American professional association for campus sustainability. The organization provides resources, professional development and support to administrators, faculty, staff and students in such areas as education, research, governance and operations.
During Whang’s seven years at Cornell, the university has completed a Climate Action Plan, created an on-campus sustainability advocacy and leadership group, and developed policies mandating LEED rating of all new buildings. Whang is involved in the design and construction process for building the Cornell NYC Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City that will feature a net-zero energy building.
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