Representing a multidisciplinary field, the Center's faculty offer sustainability courses and advise the Center on curriculum development, awards, and promote the Center to their departments and their students.
The Center's Advisory Board is comprised of a group of area individuals from business, education, and the non-profit sector. They serve to advise the Center on projects and programs, and to collaborate on sustainability outreach in the Michiana area.
Interns with the Center are engaged in hands-on projects covering a wide array of sustainability issues.
Each year the Center chooses 2-4 Fellows who work with the faculty and staff on a variety of sustainability projects and initiatives. Sustainability Fellows include professionals and practitioners involved in sustainability work as well as faculty members from other institutions. The Sustainabilty Fellows Program is made possible through generous support of an anonymous local donor. Each fellow will receive a modest stipend in support of their work.
Fire Souls are community members with a strong interest in sustainable development and community change who are willing and able to work hard to implement ideas.
The Working Groups aim to facilitate interaction between the University and the community on sustainability issues. A core group of University and community members meet once a semester to talk about ongoing research and initiatives and to plan and coordinate outreach and educational events.
These are the folks who pull it all together!