The curriculum innovation (CI) subcommittee supports the development of sustainability pathways as its central priority. Pathways are clusters of courses with a common theme of sustainability that allow students to study that theme from various disciplinary and methodological perspectives. Such curricular pathways would provide each undergraduate student with the opportunity to add sustainability learning to their program, no matter what program they are enrolled in, and to be given community-engaged learning opportunities, and develop cross-cutting interdisciplinary skills, in so doing.
Crucial to the development of the sustainability pathways approach is inventories of available courses with sustainability content and community-engaged learning opportunities. The CI subcommittee has overseen the development of the inventories led by the Expanding Sustainability Education (ESE) group comprised of five undergraduate students.
- Sustainability curriculum pathways for every undergraduate student
- Sustainability community of practice for faculty
Project Manager: Ayako Ariga