Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 72.07
Liaison Katie Koscielak
Submission Date May 7, 2020

STARS v2.2

Humboldt State University
IN-27: Online Sustainability Course

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.00 / 0.50 Sheila Rocker-Heppe
Director
eLearning & Extended Education & OLLI
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Has the institution offered a free, sustainability-focused course on the public internet in which students were enrolled within the previous three years?:
No

Title and a brief description of the institution’s free, online sustainability course:

The campus does not offer a qualifying online sustainability course per credit language that states, "to qualify, a course must have a dedicated instructor, include instructional materials and assessments, and have an established structure (e.g., an expected time commitment, a syllabus or calendar, and a mechanism for learner engagement)."

That said, the closest program of note has been offered through Extended Education and was attended by local community members and is called:

Brown Bag Lunch- The Climate Change Talks: An Update

Description: What's the current status of international climate change talks? Andrea gives an update on the progress made to date, how the U.S. and California have been engaged, and the major sticking points encountered.


Website URL where information about the free, online sustainability course is available:
Number of individuals taking the institution’s free, online sustainability course in the most recent year offered:
34

Additional documentation to support the submission:

This lunch was a one-time activity, and though somewhat relevant to this credit, does not meet criteria. The Brown Bag activity has been listed here to allow institution to keep thorough records of benchmark activities so that we may improve on current status.

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