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Where did the BCT students go? (Sep 29th, 2014)

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As it turns out, to a bunch of different places: Iceland, Ireland, UK, Australia!!! We now have a nice map with pins that show where BCT students went for their semesters abroad. You can find it and links to programs that can get you too to discover the world while studying on our “Study Abroad Programs” […]

Hoque and Weil participate in another successful Eureka! summer (Sep 23rd, 2014)

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BCT faculty Ben Weil and Simi Hoque participated in this summer’s Project Eureka! a partnership between CNS and Girls, Inc. of Holyoke to provide STEM education to middle and high school girls from underrepresented communities. Ben taught a workshop on energy conservation in the built environment and Simi organized a tour of the zero energy […]

BCT Fall 2014 lecture series announced (Sep 23rd, 2014)

As part of the impromptu 2014 BCT Fall Lecture Series on “Building With Wood”, BCT is proud to announce the following talks: “Sustainable Forestry, A Global Perspective” Fri., September 19th, 11am-12pm – Holdsworth Hall, Room 308, UMass Amherst CASSIE PHILLIPS, Vice President, Sustainable Forests & Products, Weyerhaeuser With a background in Forestry and Law, Cassie Phillips […]

Cassie Phillips speaks about sustainable forestry (Sep 22nd, 2014)

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Last Friday we had the pleasure of hosting a lecture by Cassie Phillips, Vice President for Sustainable Forestry at Weyerhaeuser. She spoke as part of this semester’s impromptu BCT lecture series “Building with Wood” and her talk presented a global view on sustainable forestry, covering issues like land use changes, forestry practices, and forest certification systems. With a […]

Learn more about the IDB on our project page (Jul 24th, 2014)

First renderings have been made available by the architects of the Integrated Design Building (IDB), BCT’s new home starting 2016. You can view those and learn more about the project (including current status and donation opportunities) on our new project page: http://bct.eco.umass.edu/about-us/the-integrated-design-building-at-umass-bcts-new-home-in-2016/