School of Sustainability at Arizona State University

School of Sustainability at Arizona State University
(2006; Phoenix; ~360 staff and faculty;

“The first comprehensive degree-granting program of its kind in the US.”  Part of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, the hub of Arizona State University’s sustainability initiatives. Seeks to educate a new generation of scholars and practitioners and create innovative modes of scholarship by bringing together leaders, stakeholders, and people from multiple disciplines to develop practical solutions to the most pressing sustainability challenges.
Hosts multiple events, e.g., public defenses of PhD and MA prospectus, such as Madeline Tyson’s Distributed Information: Implications for Energy Innovation Systems (2016)

Education Programs:

Leadership: Christopher Boone (Dean)

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