We hope you will help us introduce your students to sustainability at SU.
1. Invite us to your class!
Rachel May can give presentations on
The Remarkable Story of Onondaga Lake
Climate Change — What Does it Mean for You?
Sustainability — Whole Systems Thinking
Melissa Cadwell is available to present on
The Campus and You – a Jeopardy Game
Recycling and Waste
2. Encourage students to get involved.
Students of Sustainability at Syracuse University (SOS) and Brainfeeders have been very active in recent years, doing exciting projects on and near campus.
Find other student groups here.
3. Suggest they study sustainability.
Our website lists COURSES they can take. Some highlights this semester are
EAR 111 – Climate Change Past and Present
FST 102 – Food Fights: Contemporary Food Issues
GEO 103 – Environment and Society
EDU 200 – Science and Art: Ways of Looking
BIO 345 – Ecology and Evolution
TRM 300 – Art and Ecology: Food
Also PROGRAMS they might consider, such as
Integrated Learning Major: Energy and its Impacts
4. Encourage them to ACT sustainably.
We promote all kinds of solutions to waste issues, sustainable transportation, smart resource use, etc.
5. Let them know about job opportunities in sustainability.
EDUCATION (Rachel May: email@example.com, x9726)
OPERATIONS (Melissa Cadwell: firstname.lastname@example.org, x 9669)