Courses & Faculty
The Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute maintains two key searchable databases: one that catalogs sustainability-related courses at U-M and another for U-M faculty engaged in sustainability.
Sustainability is an emerging field of problem-driven, interdisciplinary scholarship and practice that seeks to protect the environment and enhance quality of life for present and future generations. The field is defined by the problems it addresses rather than the disciplines it employs. It draws from multiple disciplines of the natural, social, medical and engineering sciences, from the professions and humanities, and from practical field experience in business, government, and civil society.
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The News Service also maintains a searchable database of faculty experts.
NEW! Fully Searchable LSA Course Guide. This online course catalog now includes "sustainability tags" to help undergraduate students find just the sustainability-focused class they want via the key word search tool or new group category option. (See "sustainability" in the drop-down menu.)
This makes it easy for students to find classes about sustainability subject matter within LSA regardless of whether or not the class title includes the word "sustainability."