Sustainability is a cross-cutting theme that has a place in all university subjects. It offers exciting opportunities for learning to be focussed around real world events, and for students to gain tangible skills which will enable them to be successful in the workplace.
In 2014, Anglia Ruskin became one of the first universities to have sustainability embedded into our academic regulations. Take a look at some of these links to find out what this looks like in practice, or get in touch with the EfS team directly.
Anglia Ruskin have made a commitment to include sustainability in all courses. These resources show how it links to your discipline.
Building sustainability into your work does not mean starting from scratch. Take a look at this tool to help you to map the areas where your work already overlaps with the key sustainability skills, knowledge and attributes.
The EfS team run regular workshops aimed at supporting you to embed education for sustainability into your course. To find out about upcoming events, please visit our events pages or get in touch with us directly.
These grants are open to lecturers from any discipline with an interest in testing out practical approaches to embedding sustainability into their work. Read about previous winners and find out how you can apply.
Be inspired by some of the pioneering ways in which sustainability is being embedded into courses across Anglia Ruskin through these case studies
Watch this short youtube clip on staff reactions to sustainability at Anglia Ruskin
Join our pioneering masters programme.
Are you interested in doing a PhD in EfS? Find out more.
Submit a dissertation related to sustainability and be in with the chance of winning £100 and the option to present at one of our lunchtime seminars. Find out more.