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    • Katie Maynard AdvisorUCSB Academic Senate Sustainability Work Group Event Manager CA Higher Education Sustainability Conference  g y
    • Scope Recognition and Inclusion  of Faculty Curriculum  C i l   C0‐Curricular Activities Degree Programs D  P Research Campus‐Level Commitment  C L l C it t 
    • Recognition of Faculty Honoring the expertise of faculty  Develop a faculty speaker’s bureau before looking to  outside speakers  Awards  Sustainability Champion Program at UCSB  Celebrating faculty accomplishments  C l b ti  f lt   li h t  Berkeley’s Institute of the Environment – highlights  courses, degree programs, and research focused on  sustainability 
    • Inclusion of Faculty  Inclusion on Campus‐Wide Sustainability Committees (which do  not report to Academic Senate) Most Campuses  in the UC and CSU that have a CSC Academic Senate  (All of the following report directly to Senate) CSU Long Beach (Campus‐wide committee with faculty and staff  representation) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (committee) CSU Fullerton (task force) San Diego State University (committee) g y UC San Francisco (task force) UC Santa Barbara (work group) Sustainability Faculty Learning Community (CSU Chico) y y g y( ) 20 academic departments represented
    • Curriculum Environmental Literacy CSU Chico received approval to form a GE pathway to  sustainability (Fall 2011) SFSU Announced General Education Requirement! Environmental Awareness Requirement, UC Santa Cruz  UCLA developed a sustainability course designed for  incoming freshman through their Summer Start  Program.  Counts as a GE requirement.  g q Promoting existing courses  CSU Chico 
    • Curriculum Modifying existing courses Course Modules: Hydrogen  Energy in Engineering Education,   i   i i   d i   Humboldt State University Incentives and collaborations: Piedmont/Ponderosa  Project Model, Dr. Geoff Chase, SDSU New Courses Student‐led Curriculum: De‐Cal at Berkeley  and  Education for Sustainable Living Program
    • G W kf D l tGreen Workforce Development and Extension Programsand Extension Programs Extension Curriculum CSU Fullerton Applied Sustainability: Gateway to Economic Growth;  Commercial Building Energy Auditing; Green Building; Green  Data Center Management, Cloud Computing and Emerging  Technologies and Green HVAC Design. UC Berkeley Sustainable Studies Initiatives  S i bl  S di  I i i i   Professional Programs in Solar Energy and Green Building   and Leadership in Sustainability and Environmental  Management
    • Co‐Curricular Activities Lyle Center  at Cal Poly Pomona  For‐credit projects with faculty guidance  Cal Poly San Luis Obispo sustainable start‐ups Fair Trade Chocolate Sellers Optional Senior Thesis  O i l S i  Th i   Environmental Studies, UCSB UCSC IDEAS ‐ Chancellor s  UCSC IDEAS  Chancellor’s Internship Program Study abroad programs
    • Degree Programs Undergraduate Programs  SDSU Sustainable Recreation and Tourism Management  Program and Sustainability and Environmental Studies Major Minor in Global  Sustainability, Interdisciplinary Studies, UCI Minor in Regenerative Studies at Cal Poly Pomona Emphases and Specializations UC Berkeley’s College of Chemistry is establishing an  UC B k l ’  C ll   f Ch i  i   bli hi     undergraduate minor and a designated emphasis for graduate  students. Literature and the Environment Specialization, UCSB
    • Degree Programs Masters Programs UC Berkeley welcomes the first class to their new cross‐ disciplinary Master s Program in Sustainable  disciplinary Master’s Program in Sustainable  Development Fall 2011 (College of Natural Resources) PhD Programs h Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture (UCSC) Schools Bren School of Environmental Science & Management  (UCSB)
    • Research Community Partnerships for Applied Research Air Quality Research at The Palm Springs Institute for  Environmental Sustainability at CSU San Bernadino s Environmental Sustainability at CSU San Bernadino’s Palm  Desert Campus CSU Chico’s Community University Sustainability  Partnership based on U. Oregon’s Sustainable Cities Initiative P hi  b d   U  O ’  S i bl  Ci i  I i i i Collaboration amongst institutions  San Diego Center  for Algae Biotechnology Collaborations throughout a higher education system Center for Global Environmental Change Research (UCI)
    • Research University as a living laboratory San Diego State University’s Solar Array Observatory at  Main Campus operated by the Field Stations Program  M i  C   t d b  th  Fi ld St ti  P   Fellowships  Schatz Energy Fellowship for graduate studies at  Humboldt State University  Institute for Energy Efficiency graduate student  fellowships and Peter J. Frenkel fellowships (UCSB)
    • Campus‐Level Commitment Talloires Declaration Cal Poly SLO, CSUC, CSUCI, and UCSB ACUPCC Develop a climate plan with actions to make climate  D l     li t   l   ith  ti  t   k   li t   neutrality and sustainability a part of the curriculum  and other educational experience for all students. CSULB, Cal Poly Pomona, CSUB, CSUC, CSUMB & All  UCs
    • Campus‐Level Commitment Strategic Plans CSU Chico’s Strategic Plan for the future Value #6: Believing that each generation owes  something to those which follow, we will create  environmentally literate citizens, who embrace  environmentally literate citizens  who embrace  sustainability UC Merced 2009 Strategic Academic Vision Integrated into Mission and identified as a Research  Theme.