Faculty Applications to "Green" Your Course Due Feb 17

February 4, 2014

Integrating Sustainability Across the Curriculum (ISAC) Program was established in 2012 to help Penn faculty introduce environmental sustainability into existing and new courses.  Faculty participants explore sustainability concepts at a one-day workshop in the late spring, and then are partnered with an undergraduate student research assistant to work over the summer integrating sustainability into the course syllabi, lectures, assignments, reading material, and tests.  The research assistants work 40 hours a week for eight weeks starting in June, and are paid by funds made available by the Academics Subcommittee of Penn’s Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee.

Faculty deadline EXTENDED to February 17. Visit Green Campus Partnership website to learn how to apply.

Student deadine March 7. More information soon available. 


Penn’s undergraduate major in Environmental Studies was the first in the country in 1972.

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