Watch the recording of Session 403
Presenters: Megan Litke (Director, Office of Sustainability), Mike Mastrota (Arboretum Manager, Facilities Management) & Angela Geosits (Professorial Lecturer, CAS-Literature)
Time: 3:10 PM – 4:00 PM
Teaching about sustainability is one of the most important climate and social justice actions we can take, and sustainability is relevant across any discipline. AU’s position as a sustainability leader means tools are available to add sustainability to any class. Join the faculty who teach the 500+ classes on campus that already include sustainability by learning about the resources available and considering what might work in your course.
- Define sustainability inclusive and focused classes, and recognize the breath of what falls into these definitions
- Identify examples of a wide array of options for adding sustainability into a class, including campus resources such as the arboretum, sustainability data, and tours, and off-campus options
- Apply this information to a class they currently teach and brainstorm ways to use these sustainability resources in a class
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