The SUST @ RU blog features news and information about Roosevelt University’s Sustainability Studies undergraduate program, the first in the Chicago area. Its regular updates include short news and upcoming event updates related to sustainability in Chicago and Illinois, as well as essays and commentaries by RU Sustainability Studies faculty and students on water, waste, energy, environmental policy, planning, transportation, and other current issues.
Check out the SUST website here to read why the program exists and explore our undergraduate degree options. See descriptions of our SUST courses (pdf) and learn about our faculty. And find out some of the things our students are working on, too!
Related blogs at Roosevelt include Schaumburg’s Sustainable Future, developed in 2011-12 by students in past sections of SUST 210 (Sustainable Future), 220 (Water), and 240 (Waste) to focus on sustainability issues and challenges in the northwest suburban region of Chicago, home of RU’s Schaumburg Campus; and Professor and SUST Program Director Mike Bryson’s faculty blog.
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