A growing body of evidence shows that infusing sustainability into undergraduate courses and programs can simultaneously benefit institutional goals, student learning outcomes, and society at large. In addition to being a globally relevant and urgent topic, sustainability can enhance learning of disciplinary concepts and development of broad 21st-century competencies. The authors examine the rationale for infusing sustainability into undergraduate teaching and learning and conclude by offering examples and resources for doing so.
Journal on Excellence in College Teaching
Campus as a Living Laboratory for Sustainability: The Physics Connection
Article published in The Physics Teacher
Mobilizing the power of higher education to tackle the grand challenge of sustainability: Lessons from novel initiatives
Article published in Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene