Teaching

Water chemistry sampling on the Chicago River’s South Branch, May 2009 (I’m on the left)

In the Fall of  2010, I co-founded Roosevelt’s undergraduate program in Sustainability Studies with my colleagues Carl Zimring (now at the Pratt Institute) and Brad Hunt. My courses in that program include SUST 210 (The Sustainable Future), 220 (Water), 240 (Waste), 350 (Service & Sustainability), and 395 (Sustainability Studies Internship). As the current Director of the Sustainability Studies program, I teach at both the Chicago and Schaumburg campuses as well as online.

A member of the Professional and Liberal Studies (formerly BGS) faculty in the College of Professional Studies at Roosevelt University since 1996, I have taught several of the program’s interdisciplinary general education seminars for adult students, including courses in natural science and humanities (PLS 391 and 392).

Fall 2014 Classes (upcoming)

Summer 2014 Office Hours

  • Email:  7 days/week (I try to respond to important email within 24 hours)
  • Chicago office (Gage 205): By appointment
  • Schaumburg office (Room 154): By appointment

Fall 2013 Classes

Summer 2013 Class

  • PLS 391 Seminar in Natural Science (online, 6 credits)

Fall 2012 Classes

  • SUST 220 Water (Chicago, 3 credits) — see my course preview and the Water in Schaumburg student web project
  • PLS 391 Seminar in Natural Science (online, 6 credits)

Summer 2012 Course

Spring 2012 Classes

  • SUST 210 Sustainable Future (online)
  • SUST 210 Sustainable Future — Honors (Chicago, Tue 2-4:30pm, Gage 110)
  • SUST 350 Service & Sustainability (Chicago, Wed 3-5:30pm, Gage 302-G)

Spring 2011 Courses

  • SUST 210 The Sustainable Future (Schaumburg and online, 3 credits)
  • SUST 210 student research project: Schaumburg’s Sustainable Future
  • PLS 392 Seminar in Humanities (online, 6 credits)