Help advance sustainability in your office, classroom, and research lab
At FSU, sustainability is part of our strategic plan, and everyone has a part to play in helping to incorporate sustainable practices into campus activities. Sustainable Campus invites instructors to lead the way as changemakers in the classroom, researchers to advance sustainability in their published works, and all employees to find ways to make their departments more sustainable.
Find support and funding for sustainable innovations in the office and in the classroom
Faculty and staff can get involved in sustainability through Sustainable Campus programs. Participating in these programs is a great way to build sustainability leadership and professional development skills. Faculty and staff can earn HR Training & Organizational Development credit, coordinate campus/community partnerships, and gain experience managing small grant projects.
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Campus as a Living Lab - Integrate campus and community partnerships in the classroom »
Green Fund - Small grants for sustainability innovations »
Green Office - Make your workplace more sustainable »
Sustainability Trainings - Sustainability professional development opportunities »
Find collaborators for your next sustainability research initiative or grant proposal
FSU leads the way in sustainability research, ranking #1 in 2019, according to the 2020 AASHE Sustainable Campus Index. Today, over 250 FSU faculty from over 50 departments are engaged in sustainability research.
By researching sustainability issues and refining theories and concepts, higher education institutions can continue to help the world understand sustainability challenges and develop new technologies, strategies, and approaches to address those challenges.
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The Sustainable Campus Staff and Faculty Newsletter features grant opportunities, local events, news stories, and other opportunities specifically for FSU employees and researchers.
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