Overall Rating Gold - expired
Overall Score 80.84
Liaison Alex Davis
Submission Date Feb. 27, 2017
Executive Letter Download

STARS v2.1

Arizona State University
EN-12: Continuing Education

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 5.00 / 5.00 Corey Hawkey
Assistant Director
University Sustainability Practices
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Does the institution offer continuing education courses that address sustainability?:

Total number of continuing education courses offered:

Number of continuing education courses offered that address sustainability:

Percentage of continuing education courses that address sustainability:

A copy of the list and brief description of the continuing education courses that address sustainability:
A list and brief description of the continuing education courses that address sustainability:
See attached list.

Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:

Does the institution have at least one sustainability-themed certificate program through its continuing education or extension department?:

A brief description of the certificate program(s), including the year the program was created:
Executive Certificate in the Ethical Circular Economy: March - April 2016 (Offered through ASU's Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives) - This certificate course, offered through Arizona State University, the largest and most innovative university in the United States and a global leader in sustainability education, in partnership with Sustainability School, Lagos, consists of two sections: a four-week online introduction to ethical circular economy followed by a three-day face-to-face interactive workshop in Lagos.  The certificate certificate course was also offered a second time at ASU Sky Song to a group of executives. The term circular economy is gaining traction in the private sector across Europe and the United States as a new approach to transitioning product and service development, urban infrastructure building and economic development around maximum resource efficiency and effectiveness by closing loops in both design and disposal of products and materials. The ethical circular economy emphasizes social values, impact, and equity in addition to the traditional approach to circular economy. For developing economies of sub-Saharan Africa, the term may hold a different meaning given that these economies are heavily reliant on importation of finished products from manufacturing powers like China, the United Kingdom and the United States. For this reason, contextualizing the circular economy concept to align with local conditions becomes an important component of this course.

The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
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Data source(s) and notes about the submission:
Lisa Murphy Ryan Johnson Adria Roode

Lisa Murphy
Ryan Johnson
Adria Roode

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