Creating ASU-community collaborations that educate students and contribute to sustainability solutions.
From August 2015 to May 2016, students enrolled in the project-based, modular learning (ProMod) sustainability program worked with the Tempe Academy of International Studies to create a vision and plan for a community garden on the school grounds.
Anna Jean Bettis is a dual Sustainability alum, having first completed a Bachelor of Arts with an international development track and recently finishing her Masters of Sustainability Solutions (MSUS) at ASU with a focus on conservation.
Molly Cashion, a recent MA graduate in Sustainability (May 2016), worked on a project in North Scottsdale with Mountainside Middle School from August 2015 thru May 2016 funded by both the School of Sustainability at ASU and a GK-12 grant.
The GREEN program offers interested students short-term, experiential learning opportunities in Iceland, Peru, Japan, and Hawai’i. Each program is designed around the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals with an emphasis on hands-on learning in real-world scenarios while being immersed in new cultural contexts.
Join Green Living magazine for their first annual Simple Solutions Summit in partnership with the VerdeXChange Arizona conference on six pillars of sustainability: Air, Education, Energy, Food, Water and Waste.
Cyclists at ASU and in Tempe should check their bike cages during the week of Oct 24th. In conjunction with ASU’s bike month, a team of BikeMaps.org volunteers lead by Dr. Trisalyn Nelson will be delivering water bottles to bike racks across the region in the hopes of raising awareness about cycling safety.