Sustainability

Sustainability is an important new concept that is entering almost all fields of study and professional development. This Major was developed exclusively for the program, and will be taught this summer, by  College faculty member Cindy Case.

The overall theme of this course is “the ability of humanity to ensure that it meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”

Sustainability is based on a simple principle: everything that we need for our survival and well being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment.

Topics covered include Environmental Science and Sustainability, Environment, Biodiversity, Conservation, Population and Consumption, Water, Soil and Food Production, as well as Energy: Renewable v. Non-renewable Resources.

Bio of our Sustainability Instructor Cindy Case:

Cindy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and is the director of laboratory services at Centenary College. She has also taught Biology labs and a freshman math course at Centenary College and continues to tutor students in various science and math courses. Cindy has vast camp experience having developed and supervised an 8-week summer day camp program in addition to teaching outdoor education for 10 years. She enjoys teaching in both the classroom and the outdoors which allows her to provide a wide variety of experiences to students as they explore concepts and practices in sustainability.

Please Note: Sustainability is only offered week 3!  The specific session dates are July 27th through August 2nd 2014.

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