SEED Center and sustainability programs featured in Business Journal

PhilaU’s new Center for Sustainability, Energy Efficiency and Design (SEED) was featured in the Dec. 3 Philadelphia Business Journal.  The SEED Center, which was renovated to achieve LEED certification, is a fitting home for sustainability-related academic programs, including the M.S. in sustainable design and a new graduate program in interior architecture starting fall 2011, as well as business and community outreach efforts on green building and design.  The article featured Rob Fleming, director of the sustainable design program; Provost Randy Swearer; Chris Pastore, co-director of the Engineering and Design Institute; and sustainable design program graduates Alex Dews and Adam Agalloco — who work in Philadelphia’s Office of Sustainability–and Joseph Parisi, a project engineer with the city’s General Services Administration.

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