By Jill Warwick, CEREO intern
 
 
PULLMAN, Wash. – Jeffrey Sanders, assistant professor of history, will discuss his work in environmental history noon-1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, in CUE 512 – part of the monthly brown bag series sponsored by the Palouse Project.
 
The project brings together faculty from across campus to raise interest in sustainability education. It encourages them to apply locally inspired lessons to their classes – hence, the regional name. Read an earlier article here.
 
Participants in a May Palouse Project faculty workshop will share their experiences about integrating sustainability topics into their undergraduate courses.
The series is co-sponsored by the WSU University College and CEREO – the Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach – a faculty-led initiative to create a system-wide interdisciplinary center for environmentally oriented activities.