Kim Cobb

Kim Cobb
ADVANCE Professor and Georgia Power Faculty Scholar

Courses Taught

Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2017
EAS 3110

The quest for a sustainable energy future involves balancing a series of oftentimes competing goals.

Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020
VIP 2601, VIP 3601, VIP 3602, VIP 4601, VIP 4602, VIP 4603, VIP 4983 VWK
You don't have to be Matt Damon on Mars to realize that now is the time to science the sh** out of this planet. In order for the almost 8 billion on earth to lead comfortable lives without ruining the Earth forever, we are going to have to start living sustainably.
Fall 2020
GT 1000 D04

The Freshman Seminar course is designed to help students prepare for success in college and reflect on their values, academic plan, and career.

Spring 2017
GT 2803 SLS, GT 4803 SLS, MGT 2803 SLS, EAS 2803 SLS

This course has a GT designation so student in any major can count it towards free electives, and it is additionally cross-listed with Management, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and Industrial & Systems Engineering.

Fall 2016
GT 2803 SLS, GT 4803 SLS, ISyE 2803 SLS, MGT 2803 SLS

This course has a GT designation so student in any major can count it towards free electives, and it is additionally cross-listed with Management and Industrial & Systems Engineering.  You can register for any one of the course numbers and you'll be in the same class!

Spring 2016
GT 2803 HP1, GT 4803 HP1, PUBP HP1, MGT A, EAS HP1

We will explore sustainability from a systems perspective, including physical/resource balances, ecological/carbon cycle processes, economic/financial practices, political/policy processes and public participation as they relate to communities in Atlanta and around the world.