The Sustainability Curriculum Committee leads initiatives to infuse sustainability throughout the curriculum.
This sub-committee of the EAC evolved from the Sustainability Task Force formed in 2009 – to research and provide advice on how to diversify, strengthen and better incorporate sustainability into the BC curriculum. The final report is included here as a pdf file.
A subcommittee of the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC), the Sustainability Curriculum Subcommittee identifies and supports sustainability focused and related courses and develops strategies to infuse sustainability throughout the curriculum.
- Annual Report to Instruction, Workforce Education and Continuing Education.
- Service as an advisory board for Faculty Commons and Office of Sustainability.
- Develop strategies for curriculum infusion
|One (1) Arts & Humanities Division Faculty||Administrator||2 year|
|One (1) Business Division Faculty||Dean of Business||2 year|
|One (1) HSEWI Division Faculty||Dean of HSEWI||2 year|
|One (1) Science Division Faculty||Dean of Science||2 year|
|One (1) Social Science Division Faculty||Dean of Social Science||2 year|
|One (1) Continuing Education representative||Dean of CE||2 year|
|Faculty Commons Coordinator||By Virtue of Position||Permanent|
|Director of Sustainability||By Virtue of Position||Permanent|
|Sustainability Curriculum Manager||By Virtue of Position||Permanent|
|Career Services Representative||Director of Career Services||Permanent|
|Tom Nielson, (Designee: Deric Gruen).||Co-convener Vice President Instruction or designee||Permanent|
|Marika Reinke||Faculty Commons, Co-convenor||Permanent|
|Rhonda Gilliam||Arts & Humanities Division||6/2013|
|Anne-Mary Nash-Haruna||Business Division||6/2014|
|Kent Short||Science Division||6/2013|
|Grace Robbings||Social Science Division||6/2013|
|Deric Gruen||Office of Sustainability||Permanent|
|Michael Reese||Career Services||Ex Officio|