The SEE FP is a new campuswide, interdisciplinary Minor program in sustainable thinking offered by iSEE in partnership with six campus departments. Check out this must-have resume builder for anyone interested in working in business, nonprofits, energy, and environmental science.
To accompany the new minor, iSEE is also developing new courses. One, ENVS 301: Tools for Sustainability, was offered for the first time in Spring 2016.
Through the Levenick iSEE Fellows Program, Illinois faculty Fellows and student Scholars will research — and teach about — specific problems of campus and global sustainability. Our Fellows will lead the way in making the Urbana-Champaign campus a model of sustainability, and through their learning and outreach, they will carry this work forward as a significant message to the world.
Sustainability education is thriving across many disciplines at Illinois, click here to see our list of majors, minors, and certificates available for undergraduate and graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.