The Sustainability Course Development Fellowship is sponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs in collaboration with the IU Office of Sustainability (IUOS) and the Integrated Program in the Environment (IPE). It is intended to support faculty and graduate students teaching on topics related to sustainability and environmental literacy at the IU Bloomington campus.
The fellowship represents a component of a broad-based initiative by IUOS and IPE to develop sustainability curriculum and a community of faculty engaged in its instruction.
Recipients selected for the Sustainability Course Development Fellowship will receive a monetary award not exceeding $8,000, with past awards averaging $5,000. The award will be paid as a faculty fellowship, with award money subject to normal IU payroll procedures and policies. One award is available for highly qualified graduate students, subject to financial aid guidelines. If joint awards are made, recipients will share the award.Read about current Sustainability Course Development Fellowship recipients