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Co-curricular Sustainability Programs (Ongoing)

Project History

  • 1/16/2018

    School of Art & Design students will organize an art exhibition that explores how artists define sustainability. They will collaborate with Fresh Press, Students for Environmental Concern, and Professor Madhu Khanna’s ENVS 301 course.

  • 1/31/2012

    The Sustainability Coalition met with Chancellor Wise on January 30.  The students delivered a PowerPoint presentation describing what they would like to see from the Office of Sustainability, including specifically an OS with authority and capaci


Co-curricular activities are an important part of University of Illinois students' development as outside activities that increase understanding of academic knowledge. As such, sustainability co-curricular activities are of increasing importance at the University. Identify existing and propose new co-curricular opportunities for sustainability education is an important part of the iCAP commitment to engage students, develop cross-campus partnerships, and inspire a wide range of exciting and crucial scholarship in environmental and sustainable projects.

An important effort in keeping with this goal is involvement and/or creation of student groups with a sustainable focus, such as the Student Sustainability Committee and Red Bison. Efforts to promote co-curricular groups have been made at events with campus-wide involvement, like Quad Day and Earth Day.


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