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Across the Curriculum

Core Pathways

A focused theme for core classes can give you a unique edge to your field of study.

Course Lists

The majority of departments offer at least one class related to or focused on sustainability.

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    Transforming Our 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.

How Many SCU Classes Include Sustainability?

For more detailed information, explore sustainability courses by school and department below:

Sustainability Curriculum Advisory Council

In collaboration with the Center for Sustainability, this Advisory Council supports the efforts of faculty to infuse sustainability across our undergraduate and graduate curriculum.

Jim Bennett, Undergraduate Studies
Ruth Davis, School of Engineering
Tseming Yang, School of Law
John Farnsworth, Center for Sustainability Faculty Associate
Emma Hokoda, Center for Sustainability Curriculum Intern
Kate Morris, College of Arts and Sciences
Leslie Gray, Center for Sustainability Faculty Associate
Lindsey Kalkbrenner, Director of Center for Sustainability
Greg Baker, Leavey School of Business
Chad Raphael, Faculty / Planning Action Council
Amy Shachter, Office of the Provost
Sarah MacGregor, Counseling Psychology and Education

  • Alexander Moran

    Class of 2019

    Alexander Moran

    "[At SCU,] I have been making small impacts by creating a prototype solar charging station in Engineering 110 and installing solar panels for low-income families through GRID Alternatives."