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Make It Right Foundation model green home constructed to scale with recycled materials by UHD students Barbette Holliday, Claudia Hernandez, Rebecca Payne, and Baldomero Tobias

[We] are the makers of our own state and…individuals who realize the fact need not, ought not, to wait for collective action.

— Mahatma Gandhi

 

Introductory Biology for Non-Science Majors

Student Projects

 

Green Building

Sustainable urbanism is a paradigm shift in urban development with the goal of creating urban environments with minimal environmental impact. By reducing dependence on automobiles and building energy efficient homes and commercial buildings from non-toxic and recycled materials, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced and more healthy environments are created both indoors and out. UHD students explored this issue through their research projects and volunteer activities with Habitat for Humanity.

  • Project Green Building
    Features hurricane Katrina and Make It Right. YouTube video produced by UHD Biology 1312 students: Barbette Holliday, Claudia Hernandez, Rebecca Payne, and Baldomero Tobias.

  • Green Building - LEED
    Features LEED Certification. Music video produced by UHD Biology 1312 students: Travis Bunting, Anthony Holcombe, Benjamin Ontiveros, and Kennitria Slaughter.

  • Green Building
    Features model Green Buildings. Music video produced by UHD Biology 1312 students: Jessica Rawls, William Schiel, Blake Wenter, and Ajwad Yazdani.

  • Know Your Bioregion!
    By Kristina Burke, Elizabeth Small, Sara West, and Jasper Nwachukawa

 

 

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