Leading Environmentally Responsibility Engineering : Engineering ForOne Planet Faculty Teaching Program Learning Environmentally Responsible Engineering Through A Project-Based Curricular Spine Leading Environmentally Responsibility Engineering : Engineering ForOne Planet Faculty Teaching Program ASU has been deemed by U.S. News and World Report to be the nations most innovative university for the seventh year in a row, and is home to one of the largest and most comprehensive engineering programs in the United States. The breadth and depth of expertise represented at ASU provides unique opportunities for inter- and transdisciplinary collaboration; collaborations that are necessary when considering the complex sustainability issues faced by our global society. The EOP Faculty Teaching Program draws from several resources across the University with expertise in teaching and learning, sustainability, engineering, and professional development: The Sustainability Teachers Academies (STA) program at the College of Global Futures, the School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS), the Fulton School of Engineering (FSE), and the Teaching and Learning Hub at FSE. These colleges, schools, and programs provide the capacity for integrating sustainability education through the EOP Framework into undergraduate engineering courses. The Program outlined here establishes the first collaboration between these groups and has been designed to build strong relationships among colleagues and peers that will outlast the two-year grant period.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/22 → 7/1/24|
- Lemelson Medical, Education and Research Fdn: $165,000.00
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