This poster describes a proposal for the addition of a sustainability-based community service requirement to the general education curriculum to encourage systemic involvement in on-campus sustainability projects. Current support for the University of Richmond’s (UR) goal to integrate sustainability across various University functions is limited and this poster outlines the Campus Sustainability Service (CSS) program as an option for addressing the issue to ensure the success of the UR Sustainability Strategic Plan. It presents a framework for the CSS program and a strategy for piloting the initiative that can support phasing in a complete version of the program over time. The poster also discusses how this proposal benefits the University and its students, staff, and faculty, emphasizing impacts on the school’s performance as an AASHE member, campus well-being, and student life outside of campus.
Rountree-Jablin, Callie. "A Campus Sustainability Service Program in the General Education Curriculum." Poster for Environmental Studies Senior Seminar, University of Richmond, April 20, 2018.