Cal Poly Graduate awarded fellowship to research sustainable building in foreign countries


calpolymustangs.jpgAccording to the article, “Cal Poly Construction Management Graduate Receives $20,000 Fellowship”, Joe Karten will be traveling the world to research examples of sustainable construction. An excerpt of the article is below:

“Karten’s trip begins May 30 in Mexico, where he will spend three months volunteering at Mexico’s Green Building Council helping create a standard for sustainable building similar to the United States ‘ Green Building Council’s LEED standard.

Following his work in Mexico , he will travel to Europe where he will meet with architects, contractors and planners in Spain , Sweden , Denmark , Germany and Holland . He will also visit and research sustainable building projects in those countries and will study techniques used to achieve sustainability in the building industry.

In late July follow Karten’s travel and see information about on-going research findings at . For more information about Cal Poly’s Construction Management Department, visit . For information about the Regnier Traveling Fellowship, visit”


One Response to “Cal Poly Graduate awarded fellowship to research sustainable building in foreign countries”

  1. Catrina Says:

    Apparently if you have already passed the test you have an option to upgrade so to speak.
    I am schedule for next week but my friend has helped me with studying and says with this resource its
    fairly easy . I will be attending the courses next week which will definitely help me pass.
    Clean Edison Training Centers is a great resource. I might sign up for private tutoring depending
    on how the course if I dont pass I can retake it free of charge..

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