Interested in sustainability - whether that means promoting recycling, growing your own food, or reducing your impact on the earth? KSU offers many opportunities for students to get involved in sustainability initiatives, regardless of their major.
See below for a few ideas to get you started. Feel free to reach out to the Office of Sustainability to learn more and explore other opportunities.
Sustainability Map: Learn more about existing sustainability features at KSU, such as LEED buildings, bike trails, bus stops, and sustainable dining options through our interactive sustainability map for Kennesaw and Marietta campus.
Student Clubs: KSU boasts a diverse list of student clubs, several of which focus on sustainability projects. Sustainability-minded clubs include: EcoOwls, ENACTUS, the Pollinator Conservation Club, Assosiation of Energy Engineers, and KSU Adopt-a-Stream. Additionally, consider signing-up for outdoor adventures with Nature Bound.
Professors: Reach out to a favorite professor in your field of study for ideas on how to incorporate sustainability into your studies. Or contact one of the many faculty at KSU who have attended the annual Sustainability Across the Curriculum workshops; many of whom have developed modules or stand-alone sustainability courses within their disciplines.
Sustainable Lifestyle: Look for opportunities to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. Adopt a commute alternative (biking, transit, carpooling), reduce the amount of waste you generate, recycle, turn off your lights and unplug your appliances when not in use, and eat locally-sourced, organic food when possible.
OwlSwap: OwlSwap promotes sustainability through inclusive events, community engagement, and educational opportunities. OwlSwap connects students and faculty, motivates others to learn about sustainability, and positively impacts our local community. KSU students can earn hands-on experience with OwlSwap, help solve global issues and learn valuable skills that apply to their major and future careers. OwlSwap welcomes students of all backgrounds to explore opportunities with us. Click here to learn more about OwlSwap. To get involved, email email@example.com.