Pure Math in the Post Doom University: Adrian (#20)

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Date of Publication: September 3

Year of Publication: 2020

Publisher: medium.com

Author(s): Krista Hiser

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My obsession (and, fortunately, my work) is to consider and prepare for climate change impacts, not just in a resilience or disaster preparedness framework (although I work with those planners) but from a curricular perspective. The proximal project of our Regional Center for Sustainability Across the Curriculum is to integrate climate education into existing courses, developing the existing expertise of the university’s greatest asset, its faculty. The mid term project is to develop or align programs, certificates, and degrees to a “greener” workforce. (I like to say that all jobs are green jobs.) But the long term project, the one I don’t talk about much, is : what happens, after?

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