ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN SUSTAINABILITY

The University of Delaware has long been a leader in cutting-edge research and innovative teaching in agriculture & natural resources, earth systems, environmental science, marine biology, energy & environmental policy, engineering, entrepreneurship, and environmental humanities. Driven by a spirit of dedication to solve the world’s grand challenges as well as a dedication to community engagement, UD is strategically positioned to seek solutions that create a more livable planet and educate generations of scientific and policy leaders for the future. Central to UD’s approach to sustainability research and curricula is the idea that solutions to the world’s environmental problems will require an interdisciplinary effort. Today, dozens of laboratories, research centers, and student organizations at UD are working to solve the most urgent challenges facing humanity, from food security and clean water to climate change and clean energy. Across campus, UD’s eight colleges incorporate sustainability into research and academic programs. UD offer a wide range of environmental and sustainability-related courses and curricula to provide the student community with numerous opportunities to be leaders for tomorrow!

Green Economy

Between 2018-2022, jobs in sustainability and the environment in the United States have grown by over 237%, per a World Economic Report.

GRADUATE ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN SUSTAINABILITY

SUSTAINABILITY RELATED UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

 Lerner College of Business

College of Earth, Ocean, and the Environment

RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN SUSTAINABILITY

OPEN RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

The University of Delaware Library provides many publications that relate to sustainability (broadly defined across the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) in an open access format.  You can access these publications at the following website:

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