Teach a course - If you would like to nominate a course for inclusion in the program,
please send a brief description of the course, including its place in the certificate
requirements (e.g. anchor), as well as a current syllabus to email@example.com. The Advisory Board will consider additions to the course lists every spring and
Mentor a capstone - All students are required to complete a three-credit-hour project, known as the
capstone project. Capstone projects provide an opportunity for students to apply classroom learning
to hands-on sustainability challenges. A capstone can take the form of an applied
project in the student’s given area of interest (e.g. exhibition, research, community-based
programs, public policy development, social entrepreneurship, or an internship). If
you are interested in serving as a capstone mentor, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help spread the word about the certificate within your home department; we can send
you posters, bookmarks, or digital banners to run on closed circuit TVs. We’re also
available to come and meet with your faculty to give an overview of the certificate
and answer any questions.
Support our students by attending our orientation held at the beginning of each fall
and spring semester. We would like for as many faculty to participate as possible.