University of Memphis Community
Environmental Resources

 

Ecological Research Center at the University of Memphis

Engaged Scholarship Faculty Committee

Environmental Action Club

Faculty and Staff Green Efforts

"Green" University

Green Internships

Housing and Community Development Fellowship Program

Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership

Princeton Review Survey ranks U of M as a leading "green" college.

Strengthening Communities Initiative - Grants

The Office of Environment Health and Safety

Tiger Blue Goes Green Newsletter

U of M Recycling Schedule

U of M Sustainability Plan

 

Research Centers of Interest

CN - E. Hunter Harrison Center for Intermodal and Emergency Preparedness (CN) 

Biosurface Center

Center for Biofuel Energy and Sustainable Technologies (BEST)

Center for Community Health (CCH)

Center for Disaster Resistant Communities (CDRC)

Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI) 

Center for Partnerships in GIS (CPGIS)

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Resource Center

Chucalissa Museum and Indian Village

Ecological Research Center (ERC)

Edward J. Meeman Biological Station

Ground Water Institute

Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership

Mid-South Planning and Zoning Institute

Mid-South Survey Research Center

Urban Affairs and Public Policy Research Centers


 

Videos

TIGUrS garden

U of M green internships

Green tips

 

 

Featured Partnerships

 

Adopt-A-Street

Adopt-A-Street

U of M students create adopt a street program to work with local neighborhoods. Read the Blog...

 

In the Green Zone 
The U of M is among the nation's leaders in the green movement.

 

TERRA
U of M students have designed a sustainable, high performance house that is the greenest in the state.

See the Video

 

 
Earthquake Research

Earthquake Research
Researchers from the U of M and the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics team up for a seismic experiment along the Mississippi River.

 

More Partnership Stories

Water, Water Everywhere - Strengthening Communities Grant for the Frayser Community to teach children about water resources in partnership with the Memphis Business Academy and Instruction and Curriculum Leadership.

Smallest User - Strengthening Communities Grant for the Cooper Young and Evergreen neighborhoods in partnership with MLGW and the Department of Journalism.

 

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