Sustainable Culture Sub-Committee of Faculty Senate
Our purpose is to consider these questions and facilitate campus- wide conversations and development of curriculum for a sustainable future.
What does it mean for Cabrillo to have Sustainable Culture?´ What does it mean to thrive? What does your better world look like?´ How does your discipline contribute to the vision we want?´ How can efforts in your discipline interrupt unsustainable activities?
Fall 2019 Sustainable Culture Sub-Committee
meetings will be held on the following Fridays at 12:30 pm, in room 820A
We’ll share food and conversation about engaging our campus community with sustainability ideals across disciplinary boundaries.
Contact Elizabeth Flynn or Karen Groppi to learn more.
New for Cabrillo Instructors:
A Canvas site for downloading, sharing and collaborating on Sustainable Curriculum!
Email Karen Groppi for access.
Spring 2018 Flex Week discussion
January 23, 2018
- What does it mean for Cabrillo to have Sustainable Culture?
- What does it mean to thrive? What does your better world look like?
- How does your discipline contribute to the vision we want?
- How can efforts in your discipline interrupt unsustainable activities?
Sustainable Curriculum Resources
- AASHE Curriculum Cabrillo community members can get access to resources ranging from curriculum to facilities` by registering with a Cabrillo email or requesting access.
- Sustainability Curriculum Consortium Provides webinars and scholarly research & dialog.
- CabrilloSTEEP.org (choose "Resources")
SEED Sustainability, Education & Economic Development
- Sustainable Engineering & Ecological Design