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2011 Participants

John Ayers
Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

View syllabus for AMER 300: The Commons: History, Sustainability, Activism

James Clarke
Professor of the Practice, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences

View course description for ES 104.01: Environmental Consequences of Electric Power Generation Approaches with Emphasis on Nuclear Power

Douglas H. Fisher
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Joan Forry
Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department

View syllabus for PHIL 273: Environmental Philosophy

Larisa Grawe DeSantis
Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

View Syllabus for EES 114W: Ecology, Evolution, and Climates Through Time

Chalene Helmuth
Senior Lecturer, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Faculty Head of Sutherland House, The Ingram Commons
Director, VISAGE Costa Rica

View syllabus for SPA 099: Eco-conscious travel


Leslie Kirby
Director of Undergraduate Studies and
Senior Lecturer, Psychology Department

View syllabus for PSY 115: The Psychology of Sustainability

Daniel Morgan
Senior Lecturer,
Earth and Environmental Sciences

View syllabus EES 101: Dynamic Earth: Introduction to Geological Sciences

Dana Nelson
Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of English

View syllabus for ENG 211W: Writing for an Endangered World: Representative US Writers Tackle Sustainability

View syllabus for AMER 300: The Commons: History, Sustainability, Activism

Terrie Spetalnick
Lecturer, Department of Sociology

View syllabus for WGS 115: Environmental Justice

Cecelia Tichi
William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English

View syllabus for AMER 294.1: Blue Gold: Water Rights and Wrongs

Alfredo Vergara
Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine and Associate Director for Program Implementation, Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health

View syllabus for Environmental Health: Global to local