Certificate in Environmental Humanities
The departments of English in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Interdisciplinary Humanities and Communication in the School of Letters and Sciences offer a Certificate in Environmental Humanities.
Students gain theoretical and practical knowledge to guide meaningful social and environmental change, make informed decisions on sustainable personal lifestyles, and create ecologically responsible public policy.
Food Systems Certificate
The School of Sustainability offers a 15-credit interdisciplinary Certificate in Food System Sustainability, a comprehensive, sustainability-oriented introduction to food systems for undergraduate students. The certificate, which complements a variety of majors from Agribusiness to English, draws from food-related courses in the social sciences, humanities, life sciences, and applied sciences. Each discipline approaches food sustainability from a different angle, giving students a holistic understanding of food-related challenges and solutions
- Environmental Humanities: http://environmentalhumanities.org
- Environmental Values: http://www.whpress.co.uk/EV.html
- Environmental Ethics: http://www.cep.unt.edu/enethics.html
- Environmental Philosophy: https://www.pdcnet.org/envirophil/environmental-philosophy
- Interdisciplinary Studies in Environment and Literature: https://www.asle.org/research-write/isle-journal
- Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities: http://www.resiliencejournal.org
- Ethics, Policy & Environment: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cepe21/current
- ASU Humanities Lab: https://humanities.lab.asu.edu/
- Humanities for the Environment Global Observatories Network: https://hfe-observatories.org/
- UNESCO MOST Programme: https://en.unesco.org/themes/social-transformations/most