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Thinking More About Food, Climate Change, and Sustainability: A Class Conversation
This awareness building short reading and discussion activity allows students to 1) learn more about the importance of sustainability and the ramifications of climate change to the world’s economy, 2) the importance of offering potential solutions for eliminating food shortages, and 3)
Getting to Know Our Georgia Tech: Journaling Tool
Learning More About Community Organizations
This presentation tool introduces first year students to community organizations working on initiatives in the local Atlanta area. Interviewing members, actively participating in organizational activities, and then reporting on these experiences allows students a chance to not only further e
Responsible and Sustainable Creativity: Working with the Georgia Tech Invention Studio
This adaptable slide deck invites students to tour the Georgia Tech Invention Studio and to then consider how the projects they would like to create in the Studio take responsible and sustainable design practices into account.
Sustainability at Georgia Tech: Awareness Posters
While many students already have skills with design software and photography, for instance, this tool can be a valuable way to have them practice design skills using Adobe software available in the library, the Multimedia Studio, or through the Virtual Lab.