Open to: Any faculty who register ahead of time (see below)
Learn how to incorporate sustainability into your course! All disciplines welcome and no prior experience required.
Berkeley's core mission--teaching, research and public service--provides an opportunity to use the campus as a learning laboratory for environmental issues and sustainability. This workshop will help instructors:
- brainstorm ideas for incorporating sustainability principles into a wide range of curricular areas--from art history to literature to gender studies to environmental science,
- explore expanded definitions of sustainability, and
- leave with concrete, creative ways to help engage your students around important sustainability principles
Following the workshop, participants will be invited to develop a course module on sustainability and will receive $700 to use for materials or student support. They will also have an opportunity to share their work and what they have learned at a spring showcase event.
Registration deadline: September 8, 2017.
Ugo Nwokeji (African American Studies)
Céline Pallud (Environmental Science, Policy, and Management)
Giuliana Perco (Italian Studies)
Mark Spencer (CalTeach)
Kira Stoll (Office of Sustainability)
Sarick Matzen (Environmental Science, Policy, and Management)
Project funded by a grant from The Green Initiative Fund.