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Curricular Resources for Faculty - Sustainability at Wake Forest

Sustainability at Wake Forest

Curricular Resources for Faculty

Curricular Resources for Faculty

Curriculum Development, Teaching & Research, Administration

– Sustainability: The Journal of Record, “Roundtable: Reluctant Professors, How can higher education leaders persuade foot-dragging faculty members to incorporate sustainability into their classrooms?” (2010)

– Council of Environmental Deans and Directors resource, “Interdisciplinary Hiring, Tenure and Promotion: Guidance for Individuals and Institutions”

– LEAP’s resource for learning outcomes and assessment approaches, “College Learning and the New Global Century”

– Sustainability on Campus – Stories and Strategies for Change, edited volume, The MIT Press

– Teaching Environmental Literacy Across Campus and Across the Curriculum, edited volume, Indiana University Press

– The Ometeca Journal’s double issue on Educating for Ecological Sustainability

– The Sustainable Learning Community: One University’s Journey to the Future, edited volume, University Press of New England

– ACUPCC Academic Guidance document and “Education for Climate Neutrality and Sustainability” resource (2009)

– AASHE’s curriculum resource page

– AASHE’s sustainability research resource page

– 2010 Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) Conference, Many Shades of Green, at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon

Co-Curricular Programs and Courses

– College Student Educators International (ACPA) resources for peer-to-peer educators

– AASHE’s co-curricular resource page

Green & Sustainable Jobs, Training, and Education & Workforce Development

– National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology Preparing for a Green Workforce Webinar (see scroll down to November 19, 2009)  (Podcast and PowerPoint slides are available)

– Worldwatch Institute Green Jobs for People and the Environment Report (2009)

– National Environmental Foundation Business Case for Environmental and Sustainability Employee Education Report (2010)

– National Environmental Foundation Engaged Organization Report (2009)

– Pew study on Green Jobs (2009)

– Ellen Weinreb’s CSR Jobs Report (2009)

– Survey of employers on what they want from graduates conducted on behalf of AAC&U (2009)

– Birkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability – Volume 2: Green Collar Jobs

“New” Economics and Business of Employment & Workforce Development Issues

– National Public Radio New Jobs for a New Decade Series, including one green jobs story

– Atlantic Monthly (March 2010) cover story on the Jobless America Future

– New York Times series on the New Poor and the Unemployed (February 2010)