Sustainability Course Development Fellowship

Recent Grant Recipients

Meet current and past Sustainability Course Development Fellowship recipients and learn about their projects.

  • Kelly Eskew, Kelly School of Business
  • Stephen Glaholt, SPEA
  • Jessica O'Reilly, Kelly School of Business
  • Sarah Osterhoudt, Anthropology

  • Andrew Libby, Human Biology
  • Martha Macleish, Dept. of Fine Arts
  • Robin Reeves, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese
  • Heather Reynolds, Biology
  • Adam Ward, SPEA

  • Mary Embry, Dept. of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design, "Sustainability in Product"
  • Marleen Newman, Dept. of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design, "Sustainability, Adaptive Reuse and Historic Preservation"
  • Heather Reynolds, Dept. of Biology, "Bio-Diverse City"
  • Kenneth Richards, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, "Sustainability: A Tri-Sectoral Approach"
  • Lisa Sideris, Dept. of Religious Studies, "The God Species: Ethics in the Anthropocene"
  • David Stringer, Dept. of Second Language Studies, "Language Hotspots and Biodiversity"

  • Stephanie Kane, Department of International Studies, School of Global and International Studies, "Nature and the City: RIVERS
  • Scott Shackelford, Department of Business Law and Ethics, Kelley School of Business, "Global Business Immersion: Sustainability in Australia and New Zealand
  • Jim Capshew, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, College of Arts and Sciences, "Arborescence: Keeping Trees in Mind"
  • James Farmer and Doug Knapp, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Studies, School of Public Health, for "Making Sense of Sustainability: Semester in the Environment"
  • Majed Akhter and Darren Ficklin, Department of Geography, College of Arts and Sciences, for "Water Security and Sustainability"
  • Stacey Brown, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences, for "Nature and the Narrative 'I': Reading, Writing and (Re)Connecting With the Environment"
  • Press release

  • Tom Evans, Dept. of Geography: College of Arts and Sciences,"Geo-Literacy: Geographic Reasoning, Problem Solving, and Critical Thinking as a Foundation for Sustainability Science."
  • James Farmer, Dept. of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies: School of Public Health, "Planting the Seed: Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture"
  • Burney Fischer, School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Daniel H. Cole, Maurer School of Law: "Understanding Sustainable Social-Ecological Systems Through Institutions and Collective Action"
  • Rasul Mowatt, Dept. of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies: School of Public Health, "Foundations of Leisure"
  • Press release

  • Meriem Chida, Dept. of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design
  • Lisa Sideris, Dept. of Religious Studies
  • Jiangmei Wu, Dept. of Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design
  • Press release

  • Scott Shackelford, Department of Business Law and Ethics: Kelley School of Business, "Sustainability Law & Policy"
  • Catherine Tucker, Dept. of Anthropology: College of Arts and Sciences, "Exploring the Challenges of Sustainability: Ecology & Society"
  • Press release

  • Christine Barbour, Dept. of Political Science: College of Arts and Sciences, "Living a Sustainable Life"
  • Laurel Cornell, Dept. of Sociology: "Designing a Sustainable Campus Landscape"
  • Press release

  • Tim Bartley, Dept. of Sociology: "Statistics for Sustainability: A Research Course on Environmental Literacy, Attitudes and Practices"
  • Melissa Clark, SPEA: "Environmental Sustainability"
  • Jeffery S. McMullen, Kelley School of Business: "Environmental Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development"
  • Phaedra Pezzullo, Communication and Culture and Jennifer Meta Robinson, Communication and Culture: "Communicating Sustainability"
  • Richard Wilk, Anthropology and Peter Todd, Cognitive Science/Informatics (Sustainability & Environmental Literacy Leadership): "Food, Sustainability and Environmental Literacy: Building Collaborative Networks for Research and Teaching at IUB"
  • Press release

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