From fuel cells to food system governance; from environmental justice to racial equity issues in K-12 schools; from economic development in Africa to spirituality, 99 faculty members have engaged in sustainability research.
More and more students are focusing their research on issues related to sustainability. Such projects include engineering students' senior design projects, an analysis of the University's current and future energy usage and an examination of the sustainability in SCU offices.
Sustainability is a multifaceted topic, and spans many disciplines. This University Library guide reflects library resources and recent acquisitions related to sustainability plus authoritative, relevant web resources.
SCU participates in this biennial competition, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, which unites college teams to design, construct, and operate the most energy efficient, functional, and attractive solar-powered home.
SLURP stands for Sustainable Living Undergraduate Research Project and promotes a culture of sustainability throughout the University via applied research. Members of SLURP live on a special floor in the CyPhi RLC and receive course credit (ENVS 195).
SCU’s School of Engineering has a long history of involvement in sustainable energy studies. New courses are being developed each quarter, and a graduate certificate in renewable energy and a multi-disciplinary master’s degree in energy and sustainability are offered to train Silicon Valley’s professionals to meet the changing demands in the rapidly growing renewable energy market.
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