Category Archives: Roosevelt

Graduate Program Info Sessions this Month @RooseveltU

Are you looking to continue your education with a graduate degree? This month the College of Arts & Sciences and the Office of Graduate Admissions @RooseveltU are hosting a series of information sessions on various graduate programs in our college. … Continue reading

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RU Green Sponsors “Climate Warriors” Film & Discussion on 12/7

The Roosevelt sustainability student organization, RU Green, is hosting a showing of the documentary Climate Warriors on Monday, December 7th, at 5 pm. This film follows many stories of climate injustices around the world and shows what people are doing … Continue reading

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Register Now for SUST 370 – Mapping for Sustainability (Spring 2021)

The Sustainability Studies program’s will offer an innovative course entitled Mapping for Sustainability this coming Spring 2021 semester at Roosevelt U. This remote course utilizes Geographic Information Science (GIS )software, which allows us to visualize data, ask questions, and conduct … Continue reading

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Summer 2021 Course Preview for SUST 361 Urban Ecology

This coming Summer 2021, the Sustainability Studies program will offer an innovative and exciting fully-online course, SUST 361 Urban Ecology, taught by Prof. Graham Pickren. A unique experiential learning (EXL) seminar, SUST 361 introduces students to the research methods and … Continue reading

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Just By Nature: Environmental Justice Events @RooseveltU throughout Fall 2020

All Events will take place on Zoom: https://roosevelt.zoom.us/j/6078422961?pwd=OG1jWGJHV2lIUE9UT3UrL2x3aWpQdz09 For more information please contact Prof. Bethany Barratt (bbarratt@roosevelt.edu), and share a pdf of these events:

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Social Justice Toolbox Workshop Series Continues 11/12 @RooseveltU

This Thursday is the second of three Social Justice Toolbox Workshops sponsored by the Mansfield Institute of Social Justice @RooseveltU. Registration is free and open to the entire RU community, but students are especially encouraged to attend! Overview of all … Continue reading

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Social Justice Toolbox Workshop Series Starts 11/5 @RooseveltU

To register for any or all of these events, visit this link: https://tinyurl.com/y43h4xxc Pdf version of this image:

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Pre-Election Events @RooseveltU on 11/2/20

Click here for more information on these events @RooseveltU! And here’s a version of the above image you can share:

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SUST Alumni Discuss Careers in Sustainability

Are you interested in pursuing a career related to environmental sustainability? If so, please join members of RU’s Environmental Sustainability Committee in a virtual panel discussion about successfully pursuing a career in the field of sustainability.  Our panel features three … Continue reading

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Explaining the E4 Crises: Sustainability & Community Resilience

by Lauren Breen for SUST 350 Sustainability and resilience are two key characteristics of a long-lasting system.  Sustainability focuses on environmental, equity, and economic aspects within a community, specifically strategizing to achieve long-term goals. Resilience is one of the concepts … Continue reading

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