Clean, green and gold

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Brodie Hamilton

Stanford has been named as one of the “Top 10 cleantech universities in the U.S. for 2010” by Cleantech.com. The Farm was singled out for developing an ambitious, long-range, $250 million initiative to reduce the university’s carbon footprint and for the establishment of the Precourt Institute for Energy . . . Stanford also received a nod in the Gold category as one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters. A program designed to encourage sustainable transportation innovation and managed by the University of South Florida’s National Center for Transit Research singled out 27 companies, institutions and individuals nationwide in the 2009 Race to Excellence Virtual Awards Ceremony. In addition to the university scoring a gold, BRODIE HAMILTON, director of Parking and Transportation Services (P&TS), was named best employee transportation coordinator. Says Hamilton: “Although I’m singled out in the ‘Coordinator’ category, this is more accurately a team/department acknowledgment since so many individuals in P&TS are involved in making our program happen.”

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