Our resolute focus—teaching the ethics of sustainability and graduating global citizens who act sustainably in their professional and personal lives—is at the core of all our activities. We provide a hub where educators, students and community leaders can work together, exploring the most complex issues of sustainability. By bringing these minds together, we have the ability to partner on campus and community projects to generate solutions that can be modeled across the globe.
Submissions from 2016
Growing Food in South Carolina: Farmers’ Perspectives, Brandon M. Inabinet, Tami Blumenfield, Amanda Richey, Callie Yow, Kate Stevens, Phoebe Ferguson, and Pengfei Wang
Marketing Furman's Compost, Tindall Ouverson
Paladins on Bikes, Lauren Prunkl
If We Ate Sustainable and Local Food, We Would Solve a Lot of the World's Problems, Jordan Wolfe