Summer 2014 Internship Program in Sustainability


*Applications accepted until 11:59 pm on Friday, February 14; 

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For details on the program, please attend one of two information sessions: Friday, Jan. 17 at E-House (704 E. 10th St.) from 1:00-2:00pm and Thursday, Jan. 23 at SPEA 273 from 5:30-6:30pm.


Now Accepting Applications for the Sustainability Peer Educator Program

The Office of Sustainability invites undergraduate students to apply Sustainability Peer Educator Program. The Sustainability Peer Educator Program (SPEP) trains undergraduate student leaders to deliver sustainability lessons and workshops to their peers. This program is intended to improve sustainability literacy, encourage the adoption of sustainable behaviors, and foster a culture of sustainability among students. The initial topics of focus will be waste minimization, energy conservation, and water conservation. The initial target audiences will be residence halls and the Greek community.

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New Undergraduate Minor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies 

Understanding human-environment interactions and their connection with ecological, societal, and economic processes at local, regional, and global scales is a core competency in today’s world. The study of sustainability bridges the arts and humanities, social sciences, and the physical and life sciences. It complements traditional disciplines by offering an opportunity for education in the area of coupled natural and human systems that encompasses study of the environment, society, and economy. The minor, awarded jointly by the College of Arts and Science and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, will be administered by the Integrated Program in the Environment. Students who are interested in learning more about the minor may contact academic advisor Carlin C. Schrag (

Learn about the Integrated Program in the Environment