2020 Transitions Lab

Faculty Engagement

Institutions of higher education provide unique opportunities for educating a new generation of sustainability leaders.From sustainability course lists to faculty teaching fellowships, Indiana University is working hard to increase students' sustainablity course and degree offerings, and supporting faculty with professional development in sustainability. 
Course Development Fellowships

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With support from the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty & Academic Affairs, and the Integrated Program in the Environment, the IU Office of Sustainability annually awards Sustainability Course Development Fellowships to Indiana University Bloomington faculty.

Visit the Sustainability Course Development Fellowship page for details on the awards program and application process.

Service Learning Resources

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Community of Practice

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The Sustainability Community of Practice project aims to create campus-based community network of sustainability faculty who teach or are interested in teaching sustainability related courses and share a common language and understanding of core sustainability concepts. The Sustainability Community of Practice convenes for summer seminars and ongoing meetings where faculty are equipped to implement sustainability concepts into new or existing courses.

To learn more or to apply, visit the Sustainability Community of Practice page. 

Teaching and Campus Sustainability

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If you are interesting in using sustainability-related data for projects or research in your classes, please contact Associate Director Andrew Predmore at sapredmo@indiana.edu.

Example data sets available relate to metered data for energy on campus, GIS tree inventory, and Real Food at IU.