Kanawha Project
Project Overview
Faculty Participants
Workshop Materials
Related Links
Environmental Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Voinovich Center for Leadership and Public Affairs
The Kanawha Project


Understanding where you live in relation to the environment is one important component of environmental literacy. The goal of the Kanawha Project, named for the physiographic region in which Ohio University is situated, is to develop the environmental literacy of undergraduate students.  The project will enhance the undergraduate curriculum through faculty professional development.


Vist the Kanawha Project Wiki! Join it and help add to the content, or create a thread and discuss a concern or question.


Site Highlights:

Project Overview - A detailed report about the project's needs, goals, activities, facilitators, and budget


Syllabi - Revised syllabi with integrated environmental issues


Faculty Participants - A list of faculty from various disciplines that aim to enhance their teaching by incorporating environmental sustainability themes


Workshop Materials - **Under Construction


Related Links - Links to similar projects across the country


**This project was partially supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation.




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