- April 8
2318 Beatrice St., Dallas, TX 75208
- April 22
Celebrating People and Planet
- UTA partners with Zipcar
- Mobile App for Parking Convenient for Visitors
- UTA launches new Institute for Sustainability and Global Impact
- Colleges vie for tree-planting title ahead of big game
- Air North Texas Be Air Aware and Clean Air Action Day
- Travel Support Grants
- UT Arlington Among First to Receive Sustainability Certification for Landscape
- Announcement Sustainability Speaker Grants University Sustainability Committee
- Student-Produced PSAs for Clean Air Action Day in North Texas
- Announcement Faculty Fellowships for 2014-2015 Sustainability in the Curriculum
Green Office Program
The Green Office Program goes beyond the typical environmental initiatives that many individuals, offices and departments at UT Arlington already support. This program takes a coordinated, long-term and campus-wide approach, providing resources, helpful guidelines and on-going consultation as needed. It also provides recognition to outstanding Maverick Green Offices.
As a University, we are committed to becoming a leader in sustainability and stewardship of the environment. Sustainability represents societal efforts to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Our efforts to date have been substantial. Many have taken the challenge to heart with individual commitments to recycling, turning off lights and computers at night, photocopying on two sides, and reducing water consumption.
We are encouraging all departments and offices to take the next step by signing up for the Green Office Program.
Start Your Own Green Office
Get involved today! Learn all about the Maverick Green Office program and ways to go greener in your department.
Green Office Participants
Thank you to all of the UTA Green Offices and groups for their dedication to sustainable business practices.
Administration and Campus Operations, Vice President's Office
Admissions, Records and Registration
Automation & Robotics Research Institute (ARRI)
College of Business, Dean's Office
Chemistry & Biochemistry/CPB 130
Civil Engineering, 4th Floor Nedderman Hall
Center for Distance Education
Development Office & Communications, College of Liberal Arts
College of Engineering
English Language Institute
Environmental Health & Safety
Equal Opportunity Services
Fort Worth Center
Graduate Studies Office
Human Resources - Employment Office
Management Services, Housing and University Center
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
President's Suite 300 including Provost and Administration & Campus Operations
Office of Research Administration
Student Affairs, Davis Hall Suite 350
Student Enrollment Services Project Management Team
Student Health Services
Suite 409 Accounting
School of Urban and Public Affairs
School of Social Work
Office of Undergraduate Recruitment
University Center/Apartment & Residence Life
University Communications, Davis Hall
Green Office Tales
Scott Ryan, center, dean of the School of Social Work, accepted the Maverick Office Green Team platinum award from John Hall, left, vice president of administration and campus operations, and President Vistasp Karbhari.
The School of Social Work is our first Platinum Level Green Office. They have developed their own logo which they use on team shirts that are provided to all team members. All employees in the School of Social Work have a reusable water bottle and coffee mug as well as a plant at their work station. Each year they have a Green Lunch on Fat Tuesday. Their lunch features sustainably sourced food that was organic and locally grown. Event the cups, plates and cutlery were 100% compostable. Their event was a Zero Waste event. The School of Social Work also has their own Facebook page.
We salute the School of Social Work for being a dedicated Green Office.