Strengthening Sustainability Curriculum and Engagement on Campus
More than 300 colleges and universities worldwide have successfully used NWEI’s discussion course books to strengthen academic communities and foster learning about sustainability — in and out of the classroom. Designed to facilitate small group discussion amongst faculty, students or staff, the course books include a variety of perspectives on sustainability from thought leaders, with discussion questions that encourage critical thinking and discourse.
NWEI is sparking shared discovery, personal reflection and positive action in a wide variety of campus-based settings—from first-year to graduate level classes, with community-based learning initiatives, in residence halls and learning communities, for employee engagement initiatives for faculty and staff, and in other campus-wide programs. From liberal arts to the sciences, NWEI programs can be incorporated into existing curriculum to enable students to uncover core concepts in sustainability as they achieve broader learning objectives.
We also offer customized courses, in person or online ‘train the trainer’ sessions, as well as online facilitation options for those wishing to engage a broader base of faculty, students and staff across campus(es). For more information on our consulting services and projects, click here.
To start a sustainability discussion on campus or to learn about integrating NWEI’s course books and process into your course syllabus, contact us or read more about NWEI on Campus. You can also learn about NWEI’s transformative learning pedagogy here.
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“I use the Choices for Sustainable Living course book to introduce the concept and application of sustainability. It provides the backbone for sustainable thinking through bite-sized readings from leading thinkers and practitioners. The content and format directly hits the key challenges we face in a world of rapidly declining environmental, social and economic capital. More importantly, the text provides reasons for hope, optimism and action.” – Mike Shriberg, Ph.D., Education Director at the University of Michigan’s Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute
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Browse stories of how campuses globally are using NWEI course books to foster sustainability learning and action here. Learn more about our annual EcoChallenge here.
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