Sustainability graduates manage environmental, economic, and social systems using interdisciplinary skills across a wide range of careers. Of 750 global CEOs, 91% report their company will employ new sustainability technologies within five years (UNGC, 2010).
Check out our University Sustainability Guide and Sustainability Pledge to the right to see what Florida Tech is doing and how you can help. See our What is Sustainability? and FAQ links on the top and bottom of this page to learn the basics and beyond.
As a Tier One Best National University and one of NASA’s earliest partners, we are working to reimagine and redesign more sustainable and interactive living, learning, and working spaces. Through years of efforts, the university has taken action to introduce more innovations while reducing our footprint and fostering a more sustainable campus and community culture.
We are committed to new initiatives that focus on promoting changes in the classrooms, across campus, and in the community. As members of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), students, faculty and staff have access to many benefits to advance career tracks in sustainability studies through courses, campus projects, and research.
Click on the AASHE link below to set up your free account and learn about new initiatives and efforts across the country. We encourage you to help us become a more sustainable campus and to be a part of Florida Tech’s innovations in sustainability education and application.