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    Across the Curriculum

    No matter your choice of study, sustainability can be integrated into your coursework through specific classes or a pathway.

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    Transforming Curriculum: The Penstemon Project

    The Penstemon Project supports faculty to integrate sustainability across the curriculum in every school and department at SCU. The project offers funding and training for the faculty, strengthening our campus culture of sustainability. Penstemon also keeps an inventory of all courses that include sustainability, building our reputation as a leader in higher education.

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    Research

    Faculty and students have the opportunity to dive deeper into the world of sustainability through research inside or outside of the classroom.

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    Academic Programs

    Pursuing additional education can take sustainability passions to a whole new level, whether it's the Sustainability Minor, a certificate program or a Master's.

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    Teaching Resources

    Faculty can find resources here for implementing sustainability in the classroom.

Curriculum Development Workshop

June 17th, 2019

Applications due 04/05/19

More info

Contact: sustainability@scu.edu with questions

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