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UNAS 3340 Cross Currents Seminar: Thinking about Sustainability I (Fall: 1 )


Course Description

This seminar style course examines the topic of sustainability from an interdisciplinary lens. The course is the first part of a year-long curriculum and focuses on the following areas of sustainability theory and practice: Systems Thinking, Catholic Social Teaching, Agriculture and Food, Water, and Economics. Student participants can expect to engage in dialogue, interact with expert faculty speakers, and complete a culminating action based group project at the end of the year-long course.


Instructor(s): Anya Villatoro and Daniel DiLeo

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: Students taking UNAS3340 in the Fall MUST take UNAS3342 in the Spring.


Last Updated: 17-Mar-16