A student literate in sustainability demonstrates knowledge, skills, and engagement furthering the integrated pursuit of social equity, ecological integrity, and economic security to address complex local and global challenges.
Responsibilities & Composition
The Sustainability Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is responsible for guiding education at the University of Utah towards the goal of sustainability literacy for every student. The SEAC advances the Sustainability Education Action plan providing expertise on sustainability education initiatives while advocating for sustainability literacy at the University. Specific projects of the SEAC include designing the SUST designation, approving courses related to this designation, and building the Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Sustainability. The SEAC is composed of representation from multiple colleges, departments, and professional schools at the University of Utah and works closely with the General Education Curriculum Council.
|Adrienne Cachelin||Chair||Sustainability Office / Environmental & Sustainability Studies|
|Elizabeth Archuleta||Member||Ethnic Studies|
|Ann Darling||Member||Communication/Undergraduate Studies|
|Karen Paisley||Member||Parks, Recreation & Tourism/College of Health|
|Cheryl Pirozzi||Member||Medical School|
|Carol Sogard||Member||Art/Art History|
|Keith Diaz-Moore||Ex officio||Chief Sustainability Officer|
|Myron Wilson||Staff||Sustainability Office||Brett Clark||Member||Environmental & Sustainability Studies/Sociology||Natasha Seegert||Member||Communication|