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Emory encourages continued learning about sustainability through formal coursework, research, and the comprehensive experiences of life on campus. Browse links below for information about our nationally recognized Piedmont Project, sustainability-related research conducted by faculty, programs and centers, engaged learning opportunities, and sustainability-related courses.

Piedmont Project Homepage
The Piedmont Project is a curriculum development effort that seeks to foster an invigorated intellectual community to address global issues and local environmental awareness. Faculty workshops, graduate student work, new course and module development as well as cross-disciplinary dialogue are key efforts for the project.

Visit the Piedmont Project Homepage for more information, including:

Associated Faculty

Faculty Profiles & Research Highlights Videos

Related Programs & Centers

Engaged Learning Opportunities

Sustainability-Related Courses Inventory

Sustainability-Related Research Inventory

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