Global Change & Sustainability Center
News, Opportunities & Announcements
New Graduate Certificate in Sustainability
Graduate students and professionals can enroll in a new interdisciplinary graduate certificate program, grounding students in science, society, and policy to address global change and sustainability challenges.
Adrienne Cachelin named Associate Director
Adrienne Cachelin, Director of Sustainability Education, has agreed to serve on the GCSC leadership team with Director Brenda Bowen and Associate Director Steve Burian. Cachelin will implement the new Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Sustainability and facilitate other education and research efforts. Read more about her research and teaching here.
Brenda Bowen named GCSC Director
Brenda Bowen, past Associate Director of the GCSC, has been selected to lead the Center. Read more about Brenda, and the legacy of founding Director Jim Ehleringer, here.
Launch of Hestia air quality research tool
Hestia is an innovative data product for air quality research and solutions-focused applications. Hestia characterizes and quantifies hourly carbon dioxide emissions at the building and road-segment levels, and also generates criteria pollutant emission estimates. More
Using urban infrastructure to measure air quality
Read more on how mobile sample collection via urban transit is gathering critical data on air pollution in the Salt Lake valley.
Undergraduate STEM training
The GCSC and the Center for Science and Math Education partner in providing the U-S2TEM (Undergraduate Sustainability Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) scholars program.