Assistant Vice Chancellor for Sustainability

Lunch & Learn with Phil Valko

By myralopez on June 27, 2016 in

Lunch & Learn with Phil Valko, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Sustainability at Washington University. Join Valko for an informative session discussing the sustainability efforts of WUSTL and opportunities for graduate students within their programs. Lunch is limited to 12 students. Please RSV...

Green rehab: Making century-old brick buildings sustainable

By Public Affairs on May 3, 2016 in Energy, News, Sustainability

A six-percent upfront investment reduced energy consumption by 19 percent — and carbon emissions by 34 percent — in a pair of 100-year-old brick buildings. Add solar panels, and those numbers drop to 39 percent and 65 percent. These are among the findings of an ongoing experiment conducted by stu...

Green Rehab: Making Century-Old Brick Buildings Sustainable

By Public Affairs on April 22, 2016 in Video

A six-percent upfront investment reduced energy consumption by 19 percent — and carbon emissions by 34 percent — in a pair of 100-year-old brick buildings. Add solar panels and those numbers drop to 39 percent and 65 percent. These are among the findings of an ongoing experiment condu...

The Green Rehab Experiment: Testing Sustainable Redevelopment Strategies

By myralopez on February 16, 2016 in

The seminar will explore Washington University’s innovative Green Rehab Experiment. This multi-disciplinary applied research project aims to chart a path towards net-zero energy performance for 100-year-old, multi-family buildings within market constraints, while transforming the interiors to mee...