Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Workshop on Teaching Sustainability across the Curriculum

How do you teach sustainability?
What is the sustain•ability Themester?

Put the finishing touches on your fall syllabus with this interactive workshop!

August 20, 9:00-1:00 p.m. (bring your lunch!)
Walnut Room, Indiana Memorial Union

Open to faculty, librarians and graduate students. RSVP with your name, affiliation and course title to

Instructional consultants and authors from Teaching Environmental Literacy (IU Press 2010) facilitate a conversation about teaching sustainability, emphasizing active learning that takes advantage of the diverse events on the College Themester calendar. Share ideas and receive a preview of this fall’s special Themester activities, including:

· Roundtable discussions with the community
· Participatory art projects
· Film series
· Nationally-recognized visiting and local lecturers from the fields of geography, physics, economics, political science, climatology, fine arts, literature, fashion design and more
· Student project grants
· Student research prizes and presentation opportunities

Facilitators include:

· Lisa Kurz (Campus Instructional Consulting)
· Heather Reynolds (Biology)
· Jennifer Meta Robinson (Communication and Culture)

For more information, see:

T&L Workshop:

Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and Campus Instructional Consulting