Campus Sustainability Spotlight
September Spotlight: Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies
The Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies values liberal learning, a collegial, collaborative environment, cultural diversity and diversity of thought and ideas, engagement with our local and global communities, and risk-taking and innovation. We encourage teaching and exploration that challenges disciplinary boundaries. We provide a place for faculty, staff, and students to propose new, innovative, collaborative programs that bring together faculty, staff and students from across the university and the wider community.
September 18, 2012 from 6:00-8:00pm
Come celebrate with the GVSU Beekeepers at their Harvest Party. There will be activities, crafts, and information all centered around the harvest and, of course, honey. Come taste test honey, learn about how healthy honey is for you, and participate in the raffle. Bring your children, this is sure to be a great time!
Shop 'Til You Drop:
September 24, 2012 at 1:30-2:45pm
Room 2263 Kirkhof
September 25, 2012 at 7:00pm
Room 215, Eberhard Center
Hear Bill McKibben, environmental and climate change writer, educator and activist, give a live Skype presentation on Building the Movement to Save the Climate, Tuesday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m. at the Eberhard Center at GVSU’s Pew Campus followed by a brief Q&A session. Then connect with local organizations to make an impact in our community. This event is free and open to the public. Facebook event page.
Sustainable Agriculture Project Volunteers Needed
Every Tuesday and Friday from 1:00-4:30pm
With the addition of a second Hoop House, the SAP offers open volunteer hours for students interested in sustainable farming. The hoop house is an unheated structure is 30' x 72' and is covered by two layers of poly to assist in creating a micro-climate that allows us to have an extended growing season. Volunteers will help with watering, planting, thinning, hoeing, harvesting, building and a number of other activities. For more information, contact Levi Gardner at email@example.com
Sustainability Related Classes:
For class descriptions refer to the Online Catalog under Course Listings and Descriptions.
AAA 202 - African Diaspora
AAA 315 - Field to Factory African American Migration
AAA 340 - African American Culture and Social Thought
EAS 201 - East Asia in the Contemporary World
ENS 201- Introduction to Environmental Studies and Sustainability
ENS 401- Environmental Problem Solving
LAS 210 - Exploring Latin America
LAS 475 - Latinos in West Michigan
LIB 311 - Meaning: The Humanities Resource
LIB 314 - Life Journey
LIB 320 - Social Autobiography in the US Civil Rights Movement
LIB 325 - Understand the Gay Life Cycle
LIB 330 - The Idea of Nature
LIB 345 - War in the Nuclear Age
LIB 350 -The Immigrant Experience in the U.S.
LIB 373 - American Society and Mass Culture
LIB 400 - Visionary Thinkers
LIB 401 - Visionary Thinkers in the American Mosaic
MES 201 - Introduction to the MIddle East
WGS 351 - Family and Gender in the Developing World
WGS 380 - Special Topics in Women's Studies
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