Teaching For a Sustainable Future in Undergraduate Education

How Can I Get Involved?

  1. View the InTeGrate resources that are available on QUBES Hub
  2. Check out the InTeGrate website
  3. Join the group to receive updates about InTeGrate project

More ways to get involved

InTeGrate Faculty Mentoring Network

Are you interested in adopting interdisciplinary modules that address sustainability and climate change?

Apply now to join us for the 2017 InTeGrate Faculty Mentoring Network.

Participants will focus on how to use data-driven modules designed by the InTeGrate Project in undergraduate biology courses. Accepted applicants will participate in virtual sessions (including the January 2017 kick-off event) and then continue to collaborate and receive mentoring online as they customize and implement activities in their own classrooms. There are no costs to participate and faculty contributing instructor stories about their use of the materials will receive $500 stipends.  

Applications are due November 28, 2016. Please visit www.qubeshub.org/groups/integrate_2017 for additional information and instructions about how to apply. 


"InTeGrate-ing" geoscience materials into biology classrooms: InTeGrate QUBES Faculty Mentoring Network, Nov. 2015 - June 2016

Faculty in this network used the InTeGrate modules in their biology and environmental science classes!

See a short summary of the network and read their instructor stories on the SERC website.

You can also visit the InTeGrate Faculty Mentoring Network overview page on QUBES for more details

Contact Any of the Liaisons Below with Questions:

sam donovan

Sam Donovan

University of Pittsburgh

QUBES Liaison

jennifer hanselman

Jennifer Hanselman

Westfield State University

InTeGrate Liaison