Campus As A Living Lab
Campus as a Living Lab (CLL) is an integrative culture that uses the physical and operational assets of the university as part of research and coursework. CLL joins academic study with facilities and other administrative units to provide students with direct research and project experiences that build campus engagement, increase student ownership, and create spaces for campus-community partnerships. CLL creates transdisciplinary educational communities that have an important impact in embedding sustainability at the institutional level. It is a model for what is possible when data, transparency, and flexibility are deployed by members of the university community to support innovative decision making in university policy, infrastructure, and growth.