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Cumberland Project workshop to assist faculty in the design of sustainability-related courses

Posted by on Tuesday, January 4, 2011 in Events, News, Research.

Instructors teaching a course during the 2011-2012 academic year with sustainability as a major theme may be interested in participating in the Cumberland Project, a two-day workshop hosted by Vanderbilt’s Program in American Studies and the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching on May 9-10 that is designed to assist faculty in the design of courses around issues of sustainability. This workshop will be part of a larger effort to launch a teaching and learning community on these issues across campus.  Particular emphasis will be placed on environmental education that is highly interdisciplinary in scope and inclusive of a wide array of environmental studies across the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Participants will receive a $500 stipend to aid in course enhancement. The application deadline is January 15.

Read the full call for proposals for additional information and eligibility criteria.  Questions may be directed to Joe Bandy, Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching.

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