NAS research associate Rachelle DeJong has published an article in Commentary Magazine on the behavioral modification inherent in the campus sustainability movement.
Central Connecticut State University took its students to New York to dine with the dictator.
Peter Wood finds a more meaningful direction for colleges in the book “Academically Adrift” than in the U.N. program Academic Impact.
A United Nations initiative aims to unite colleges and universities in the pursuit of ambiguous ideals such as "global citizenship."
The UN sustainability manifesto endorsed by many U.S. colleges and universities has its own 200-pound "ark" for transportation.
Florida Gulf Coast University centers its curriculum on sustainability and the UN document the Earth Charter.
The United Nations asks presidents of all colleges and universities in the world to sign its "Academic Impact" initiative.