Faculty, staff and students at the University of Alberta already conduct a considerable amount of research related to sustainability, and engage in many sustainability related courses and co-curricular activities. We are seeking to expand the number of students who graduate with exposure and competencies related to sustainability. To accomplish this task the Sustainability Scholarship and Education focus area of the Campus Sustainability Initiative is engaged in the following projects:
Provost's Academic Advisory Council on Sustainability.
Provides support and advice to the Academic Director of Sustainability Scholarship and Education.
Certificate in Sustainability
UAlberta’s Certificate in Sustainability (CIS) is a credential for undergraduate students who have a commitment to learning more about sustainability. This certificate was launched in September 2014.
This program sponsors graduate students to work on sustainability-related applied research projects with the City of Edmonton, the University of Alberta and other partners. Recipients receive a $5,000 stipend to complete a designated project over 250 hours in the Spring and Summer Term.
Did You Know?
The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System measures sustainability performance in education and research.
For more information on the certificate and scholars programs, contact:
Dr. Frank Robinson
Director, Certificate in Sustainability
Dr. Robert Summers
Director, Sustainability Scholars