ISU Sustainable Cities and the Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence have partnered to provide two great sessions about the ISU Sustainable Cities program. In each session, two different faculty will present about their experience in the program and projects that they have integrated into their courses.
The ISU Sustainable Cities (SC) program leverages the resources of Indiana State University towards creating more sustainable cities while providing unique experiential learning opportunities to ISU students. The SC program partners local communities with ISU faculty, students, and staff via a yearlong partnership. Students work on partner-identified projects through existing course to provide ideas for real solutions to community challenges and sustainable development.
Tuesday, March 29th, 1 – 2PM @ FCTE
Dr. Craig Morehead, Assistant Professor – Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport
Katrina Babb – Assistant Director – Center for Economic Education, Department of Economics
Thursday, March 31st, 1 – 2PM @ FCTE
Genell Ebbini, Assistant Professor – Department of Built Environment
Garrett Hurley, Coordinator – Office of Sustainability
More information about the ISU Sustainable Cities program can be found at