|Overall Rating||Bronze - expired|
|Submission Date||Feb. 17, 2012|
University of the District of Columbia
ER-17: Departments Involved in Sustainability Research
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Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
The total number of academic departments that conduct research:
The number of academic departments in which at least one faculty member engages in sustainability research:
A list of academic departments in which at least one faculty member engages in sustainability research:
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Department of Environmental Science and Sustainability
Department of History, Political Science, and Global Studies
Department of Architecture and Urban Design
UDC School of Law
The website URL where the sustainability research inventory that includes the departments engaged in sustainability research is posted:
A copy of the sustainability research inventory that includes the departments engaged in sustainability research:
Below is a list of UDC research institutes with a primary focus on sustainability:
Water Resources Research Institute
Responding to the complex water resource challenges of the present and future, WRRI provides research and training to our students and the broader community. Created in 1973 by the Water Resources Research Act of 1964, WRRI at UDC is the only urban-based water research center in the nation. WRRI’s focus on water quality testing and stormwater control has positioned the Institute to expand its leadership in the sustainable water resource management field.
Center for Excellence in Renewable Energy
Since it opened in 2006, CERE has been working to address issues related to the rising global demand for sustainable energy. The Center is currently in line to receive up to $500,000 as part of a larger Federal payment to the university to significantly enhance and expand research efforts.
Agricultural Experiment Station
UDC conducts research and provides hands-on learning opportunities at Muirkirk Farm, a 143-acre partially forested site, located in Beltsville. AES focuses on health, nutrition, food production, and natural resources, working closely with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide sustainable solutions to the most pressing food systems problems.
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