On SharePoint, Bridgemont faculty and staff can find documents related to campus sustainability programs, enter data in the sustainability metrics tracking system, and view progress on sustainability metrics.

A comprehensive directory of sustainability resources for educators, communities, and businesses around the state can be found on Sustainability Institute’s website. (Coming Soon!)

Bridgemont is a member of Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. AASHE offers professional development opportunities and online resources and forums related to both incorporating sustainability in classrooms of all disciplines, as well as best practices in campus operations. Bridgemont employees have access to members-only resources; use your “bridgemont.edu” email address to create a user account on the AASHE website.

Bridgemont is also a member of SEED Center: Sustainability Education and Economic Development. An initiative of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), SEED supports community and technical colleges in building the green economy. The resource center on the SEED website features curricular resources for solar, wind, green building, energy efficiency, sustainable agriculture, and more.

Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability maintains a resource directory with curricular sustainability content organized by discipline. Visit this website to see how your disciplinary association recommends incorporating sustainability in the classroom. SISL: Sustainability Improves Student Learning also offers discipline-specific resources.

 

Johnson County Community College in Kansas City hosts monthly webinars for faculty and staff from community colleges around the country. Each call features guest speakers  and discussion on specific sustainability topics.