IDS 1153 - Earth
Literacy and Sustainability I
College Credits, transferable, part of the 24
hour elective block.
Course Specifics and Competencies
Students can earn 3 undergraduate elective credits
while learning about the Universe, Earth and their place in it.
Earth Literacy and Sustainability 1 offers students an opportunity
to explore the interrelationship between biodiversity and ecosystems, climate
and energy, food systems, and culture systems.
Through lectures, presentations, projects, guest presenters and field
experiences, students learn principles of Earth Literacy and sustainability and
identify current issues in Earth ethics, and demonstrate an understanding of
individual responsibility in contributing to a sustainable world.
Students participate in a learning
community of peers and faculty interested in exploring viable
options and ethics for our future on Earth. Register at your campus
with the appropriate reference number.
IDS 1153 Summer 2019 (2195)
- Kendall: Class #
11313 is a student immersion trip
with Dr. Carlos Gonzalez
North: Class #11312 is a study abroad trip to
the Galapagos Islands and the amazonian
Ecuador with Dr. Ginny
For more information, please contact
Allison Rich, EEI Director, at 305-237-3796,
Kendall Campus - call EEI Program Professional Netiva Kolitz at
Student Engagement -
Water Clock Project - Kendal