Course Catalog: EN 103 - The Sustainable University
Taught by Jennie Stephens, associate professor of environmental science and policy, Clark University, Mass.
“The role of universities in society involves more than providing formal course instruction for enrolled students; universities are also critical places of discovery and innovation, centers for political discourse, and catalysts for political action. This course focuses on sustainability at the university because institutions of higher education have unique potential to catalyze and/or accelerate a sustainability transition. In addition, the focus on the university provides a lens for examining how institutions with complex structures make a myriad of decisions with environmental consequences, a context for considering the broad role of education in sustainable development, and a framework and perspective with direct and personal connections for students to consider the challenges of promoting sustainability. Students engage directly with the practical challenges associated with promoting sustainability through team projects focused on the Clark University campus and the Worcester community.”
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