1:1 learning and original research projects customized around students' interests
Students interested in protecting, preserving and making the smartest possible use of the planet's natural resources should consider a mentorship in sustainability. It’s interdisciplinary and combines studies of ecological and environmental health with economic welfare and social justice.
Students can explore the green movement, evaluate agricultural practices, compare green and traditional construction methods, write policy briefs on consumer and economic trends, an expose on corporate greenwashing, or suggest strategies for fuel or automotive transitions. Student projects can integrate a broad range of interests, such as engineering, fashion, urban studies, visual or performative art, and dozens of other areas.