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Spring 2020 Course Preview for SUST 370 – Mapping for Sustainability

The Sustainability Studies program will offer innovative course entitled “Mapping for Sustainability” this coming Spring 2020 semester at Roosevelt U. This hands-on course utilizes Geographic Information Science (GIS )software, which allows us to visualize data, ask questions, and conduct analysis … Continue reading

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Research & Inquiry Orientation Day @RooseveltU this Friday 8/30

RU students: interested in research? Come learn more about how to get involved with research at Roosevelt at the Research & Inquiry Orientation Day this Friday from 10am-4pm in the AUD Library at the Chicago Campus. Drop-in sessions from different … Continue reading

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Register Now for Fall 2019 SUST Classes @RooseveltU!

Hey, Roosevelt students! While spring classes are wrapped up and summer classes are just starting, advising and registration are ongoing for the Fall 2018 semester here at RU. If you haven’t finished setting up your fall schedule, wait no longer! … Continue reading

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Fall 2019 Course Preview for SUST 390 – Introduction to Geographic Information Science

The Sustainability Studies program is once again offering its innovative course on Geographic Information Science (GIS) in Fall 2019. GIS is a software application that allows us to visualize data, ask questions, and conduct analysis so that we can better … Continue reading

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Enter the Microcosm: SUST Prof Michele Hoffman Celebrates Marine Biodiversity 2/20 at 7pm in Lake County

Sustainability advocates, SUST and BIOL majors, biodiversity fans, ocean lovers, environmental policy wonks, friends near and far: tomorrow night 2/20 at 7pm at the Groton Community Center in Lake County is where you can enter the wondrous “Microcosm” of marine … Continue reading

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FOIA Workshop @RooseveltU Tomorrow! (Mon 2/18)

This workshop is ideal for SUST and SOC majors as well as CDA graduate students. If you’re on campus tomorrow and free at 11, we highly recommend attending! However, if you’re unable to make it, no worries: there will be … Continue reading

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Fall 2019 Course Preview for SUST 330 Biodiversity at the Field Museum

This coming Fall 2019 semester the Sustainability Studies program once again will feature a special section of SUST 330 Biodiversity that meets at the Field Museum of Natural History on Thursdays from 9am to 12:30pm. Overview of SUST 330 at … Continue reading

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