From introducing sustainable principles in classroom discussions to testing techniques that can be used to encourage adoption of sustainable behaviors to evaluating the impact that hands-on learning experiences have on influencing perceptions of climate change and sustainability, our academic programs provide the insights and appreciations that underpin a lifelong commitment to sustainability.
Dr. Jeremiah Mbindyo's nationally-recognized sustainable lab practices dramatically reduce chemical use.
Dr. John Wallace teaches stream health on campus at the Watershed Education and Training Institute (WETI).
Dr. Len Litowitz leads trips to Iceland and Costa Rica to learn about sustainable development.
Dr. Schreiber brings sustainability into the classroom through classes such as Climate and Society.
Dr. Garner applies understandings of human behavior to help students explore how psychology affects sustainable choices.