Georgia Tech’s motto is “Progress and Service” – and we are upping the ante through Serve-Learn-Sustain, a campus-wide academic initiative working with all six colleges to offer courses and programs connecting sustainability and community engagement with real-world partners and projects.
The result? Georgia Tech graduates are using their disciplinary expertise related to science and technology to help “create sustainable communities” where humans and nature flourish, now and in the future, in Georgia, the U.S., and around the globe.
SLS is offering one Foundation class for the Summer 2017 session, two Foundation classes for the Fall 2017 semester, and three Foundation classes for the Spring 2018 semester: Sustainability, Technology, and Policy (PUBP3600) (Summer 2017, Fall 2017), Tech and Sustainable Communities (SLS 3110) (Fall 2017), Sustainable Communities and Systems (SLS 3120) (Spring 2018), Sustainable Urban Development (CP 2233) (Spring 2018), and Business Decisions for Sustainability and Shared Value (MGT 4803) (Spring 2018).
Serve-Learn-Sustain provides students with a multitude of learning and co-curricular opportunities designed to help them combine their academic and career interests with their desire to improve the human condition.