Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar 2020: Sustainability
The IFS brings together faculty members from across disciplines in a collaborative teaching and learning experience. Participants devote an entire semester to a multidisciplinary and multidimensional study of a particular theme with the potential for additional individual or collaborative work on the theme through the subsequent academic year.
2020 IFS: Sustainability
Tuba Agartan (Seminar Coordinator), Health Policy and Management
Exploring Sustainability in Health Systems
Matthew Guardino, Political Science
Democracy or Destruction? Toward a New Politics of Sustainable Consumption
Susan McCarthy, Political Science
Climate Change and the Politics of Sustainability in China
Kevin Newman, Marketing
How does Power Influence the Disposition of Consumer Goods?
Despina Prassas, Theology
“Peace be with you” (John 20:19): An Early Christian Approach to Sustaining and Maintaining Peaceful Thoughts
Laura Williams, Biology
The Crisis of Antimicrobial Resistance: Sustainability of Infectious Disease Medicine in the 21st Century