Our Royal Pride: Harrison Horst – jazz band revitalizer, Earthkeepers president, Weather Vane editor … and more

“Our Royal Pride” is an occasional series celebrating Eastern Mennonite University’s undergraduate students who contribute to campus life in extraordinary ways in addition to their academic pursuits. These students enthusiastically create ... read more about Our Royal Pride: Harrison Horst – jazz band revitalizer, Earthkeepers president, Weather Vane editor … and more

University’s new microgrid, only the second in the state, enables campus to go ‘off the grid’

Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg and the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency at the Fort Belvoir Army base in Northern Virginia are the latest organizations to embrace the benefits of generating, if needed, all of their power needs independent of the local utility. ... read more about University’s new microgrid, only the second in the state, enables campus to go ‘off the grid’ from Southeast Energy News

A catalyst for stewardship, Ray Martin helps EMU and partners to launch the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions

Holding his 19-month-old grandson, Ray Martin told the audience gathered at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) Thursday afternoon why he had made a generous donation to study and combat the issues ... read more about A catalyst for stewardship, Ray Martin helps EMU and partners to launch the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions

Groundbreaking research shows sustainably produced foods are a big factor in maintaining EMU’s low nitrogen footprint

Thanks to an alumna scientist, Eastern Mennonite University was among the first schools involved in groundbreaking work that is raising awareness about institutional nitrogen footprints. Laura Cattell Noll ’09, a ... read more about Groundbreaking research shows sustainably produced foods are a big factor in maintaining EMU’s low nitrogen footprint