Sustainability

Drift-RMT team photo outside of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics

Wave of Innovation: Drift-RMT Takes Home Top Holloway Prize

A team specializing in engineering and business earned the $15,000 grand prize at the 36th Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation to Market Competition.  Drift-RMT emerged victorious following an impressive final round on May 8, where six teams of student entrepreneurs from across the University System... Read More

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    - Funding for Forests
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