Learn about geoscience topics from water quality and climate change to social justice and nuclear waste, Thursdays, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Drop in or take the 2-credit upper division class for the Spring 2020 semester.
Join the students who are learning about sustainability in the classroom and effecting change on campus.
Geoscience and Society Course
Internships, Jobs and Scholarships
Want to stand out in the sustainability field? Check out the internships and jobs and some organizations promoting sustainability-related jobs.
Enter the Poster Contest
Students have the opportunity to present their posters at the annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit and win cash prizes.
Food Recovery Network
WSU partners with the Food Recovery Network, the largest student organization in the nation, working to reduce food insecurity and waste.
NEW Environmental Sciences Major
If you have a passion for the environment and want to make a difference for the long-term viability of ecosystems, wildlife and human communities across our planet, consider earning your degree in environmental sciences.
Environmental Ambassadors is a peer-to-peer educational outreach program that is focused on creating a sustainable campus community.
Student Research Awards
Students can apply to receive a $500 award for their exceptional research in the area of sustainability.
Subscribe to the Newsletter
Keep up-to-date with sustainability events and happenings. Subscribe to Weber Green, Weber State University's Sustainability newsletter!
Learn more about sustainability in your discipline from athletics to zoology! High impact courses are available to enhance your college experience.
Environmental Studies Minor
Minor in Environmental Studies and gain an interdisciplinary perspective on environmental issues and their potential solutions, from science to social justice to philosophy.
Faculty Teaching Sustainability
See which professors are teaching sustainability courses or doing sustainability research!
Use the Lucid Dashboard to learn more about how our sustainability efforts are saving energy, water, and money on campus.