Skip to main content
Sustainability

The Courses:
Infusing Sustainability into the Curriculum at URI


The Infusing Sustainability into the Curriculum Leadership Workshop for faculty is a 2-day workshop designed to bring groups of approximately 25 members of the faculty together to explore ways of integrating sustainability across the curriculum.  The workshop is designed to foster creative discussion among colleagues about the variety of ways sustainability is relevant to their disciplines and might fit into their existing or envisioned course syllabi.  Participants revised their existing courses, created new courses, or created new modules or projects for their courses. 

 

 

  Natural Sciences & Mathematics |   Social Sciences  |   Business  |   Engineering  |  Communication & Media  |  Humanities  | Environmental & Life Sciences   |   Nursing   |   Fine Arts   |   Human Science & Services  |  Pharmacy

 

 
 
 

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

 

Social Sciences



Business

watch Professor Chen's video about his work in integrating sustainability into his teaching at the College of Business
Engineering

Environmental & Life Sciences

Humanities

  • Loomis, Eric 2012 (in preparation)


Nursing



Human Science & Services

Communication & Media


Fine Arts

Pharmacy



 

Sustainability Search


Loading

Oceanographers at the University of Rhode Island have analyzed long-term data from several anemometers in southern New England and found that average wind speeds have declined by about 15 percent at inland sites while speeds have remained steady at an offshore site.

Green Thinker

>> Mary Brennan thinks green by talking trash

More Green Thinkers