Join faculty, staff, and student participants to learn more about the Sustainable Cities Minor and the Innovating for Social Impact program. The Open House will take place on Wednesday, October 7, from 5:30pm - 6:30pm in Bluejeans. Please join us to have your questions answered about these exciting programs!
Every election is important, but in the midst of such challenge and change, it is all the more crucial that we honor and exercise the right to vote in November... or October, should you decide to vote early or mail in your ballot.
In Fall 2016, Dr. Emily Weigel's Ecology Laboratory began work at Proctor Creek. Since that time, students have been working alongside professionals and community members to collect data on the health of the creek and learn how human-environment interactions shape communities. Eager to show the positive effects on students to others outside of the course, Weigel consulted with SLS for assessment techniques that might capture student growth. They decided to have students complete both traditional, written reflections and concept maps.
“Maximize every day and opportunity you have to work with the community – listen and learn from them, while also thinking of ways, no matter how small, of how you could contribute and help them in their goals.” (Rey Angeles, M.S. Supply Chain Engineering)
At the close of SLS' Summer 2020 Internship Program, Ruthie Yow (SLS Service Learning and Partnerships Specialist) wrote a guest column for Saporta Report, highlighting the challenges of moving 44 internships to an entirely virtual environment and the opportunities that arose to incorporate issues pertaining to the current moment. In partnership with the Center f
Mira Kaufman, a 4th year Public Policy major, and SLS Student Fellow, participated in the SLS Internship Program this summer and worked with Transformation Alliance (TFA), a broad partnership of organizations from the private, public and nonprofit sectors dedicated to creating thriving, mixed-income communities anchored by transit and linked to all the opportunities and amenities that make Atlanta great, whose mission is to off
I had the pleasure of participating in the SLS affiliated VIP: Building for Equity and Sustainability in the Spring of 2020. I wanted to join because I had a surface-level interest in what sustainability and equity meant in the built environment.