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External Resources

General Sustainability Resources

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)
AASHE has resources from member institutions on how they've implemented sustainability measures in physical operations and the curriculum. USU faculty, staff, and students with a usu email address can access the members-only resources, including Sustainability-related Syllabi Databases and Academic Commons.

  • Sustainability Improves Student Learning (SISL) hosted by Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College
    The SISL website provides a beginner's toolkit and resources for integrating sustainability into the classroom.

  • University of Louisville
    The university's website features a compilation of links and resources in different areas of sustainability, including food, economy, social justice, transportation, and waste and recycling.

  • Interdisciplinary Faculty Efforts at Other Universities

    • Chesapeake Project
      The Chesapeake Project is a faculty effort at University of Maryland to integrate sustainability into the curriculum.

    • Piedmont Project
      The Piedmont Project is a faculty effort at Emory to strengthen sustainability efforts at the university, specifically in the curriculum.

    • Ponderosa Project
      The Ponderosa Project is a faculty effort at Northern Arizona University (NAU) to integrate sustainability into the curriculum.

    • Prairie Project
      The Prairie Project is an effort at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to integrate sustainability in the curriculum. Syllabi and readings are available online.

    • University of Georgia
      Sustainability Across Curriculum aims to help faculty prepare students to address sustainability in their professional, civic, and personal lives.

    Articles & Books

    Greening The College Curriculum