COF Environmental Forum Course Spring 2020

ENVI201: “Environmental Forum” 

Topic: Cultures of Sustainability 

Meets on Tuesdays from 6:00 – 8:20 PM at Wentworth

Begins on January 28th.

Environmental Forum is a 2-credit course offered to students in the Colleges of the Fenway. Weekly lectures about contemporary sustainability and justice issues, given by local, regional, and national experts, will inform and offer students the opportunity to engage on a range of topics related to sustainability and the environment. The course includes a Service Learning component.

Through lectures and hands-on experience with local organizations working to protect and restore our environment, students will explore these mutually informing ideas and much more:

  • sustainability is cultivated,
  • our cultural lives can promote sustainability,
  • sustainable practices enrich our local cultures.

One theme of this course is to demonstrate that environmental sustainability is being addressed at the local level, in a variety of ways, here in the city of Boston.  Through offering this course, The Center for Sustainability and the Environment hopes to attract a diverse makeup of students in a broad range of programs from the COF community.

For more information about this course:

Prof. Cynthia S. Williams williamsc6@wit.edu
Director, COF Center for Sustainability and The Environment

At MassArt this course will count as two credits in LASS (Social Science)  credit and fulfill a requirement for the Sustainability Minor. If you are taking this course, contact Joanne Lukitsh (jlukitsh@massart.edu) by December 1.

COF Environmental Forum Course Spring 2016

Sustainability course available through COF

ENVI201: “Environmental Forum” Spring 2016
Topic: Sustainability and Energy/Water/Food
Meets on Thursdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at MCPHS University
NO CROSS-REGISTRATION NEEDED

Environmental Forum is a three-credit course (MassArt and MCPHS University) and two-credit course (Simmons College, Wheelock College, Emmanuel College and WIT) offered to students in the Colleges of the Fenway. Weekly lectures about contemporary sustainability issues given by local, regional and national experts will inform and offer students the opportunity to engage on a range of topics related to the sustainability and energy/water/food. The course includes a Service Learning component on an environmental topic area related to Sustainability and energy/water/food.