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Green Building, Rutgers Center for

Campus address:
Civic Square Building
College Ave
U.S. mailing address:
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy, Civic Square, 33 Livingston Avenue, Suite 163, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
Telephone number:
732-932-4101 x626
Fax number:
Web site address:
Jennifer Senick
Medea Villeré
Contact email address:
Purpose of center:
The Rutgers Center for Green Building, housed at the E.J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, forms a common umbrella for existing and proposed initiatives being carried out through separate Centers at the Bloustein School, the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (formerly Cook College), the School of Engineering and other Rutgers units that are integral to developing and implementing innovative green building strategies. The Center conducts applied research utilizing planned and existing green building projects, works with industry and government to promote these concepts, and develops undergraduate, graduate and professional education programs. Initial funding was provided by the Rutgers University Academic Excellence Fund and subsequently by our strategic partners and clients and through various grants. The Rutgers Center for Green Building seeks to establish itself as the pre-eminent interdisciplinary center for green building excellence in the Northeast, while serving as a single accessible locus for fostering collaboration among green building practitioners and policymakers.
Centers at the Bloustein School, Cook College, the School of Engineering

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