Thinking & Learning
Sustainability studies at Culver are integrated into over 25 courses and are incorporated at every grade and ability level. A common approach for instructors is to integrate sustainability concepts into a unit or extended case study.
Chemistry students studying alternative vehicle fuels, Leadership students exploring the VW emissions scandal, and Humanities students studying how food is integrated into culture and conflict are all examples of the ways in which Sustainability is a staple across the academic landscape at Culver.
Senior Service Projects
The Service Leadership Practicum is designed to incorporate three general elements: service learning, servant leadership and critical thinking. Students draw from service and leadership experiences, academic learning and personal interests to design and execute a leadership project that serves a chosen community. Below are a few of many Service Leadership projects that relate to Sustainability at Culver.
|Five Rivers Metro Park (link)||Zach Moffet '16|
|Bee Happy, Bee Healthy (link)||Michael Jonhston '16|
|Water Conservation||Phil Yang|
|National Park||Dom Vlaha|