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ISAC program 2012-2016

ISAC Program 2016

Six professors and three students participated in the Summer 2016 program

  • LGST 299: Environmental Ethics and Business (Brian Bekey, School of Arts & Sciences)
  • GRMN 150/ENVS 150: Water Worlds - Cultural Responses to Sea Level Rise & Catastrophic Flooding (Simon Richter, School of Arts & Sciences)
  • MEAM 203: Thermodynamics I (Igor Bargatin, School of Engineering & Applied Science)
  • MEAM 514: Design for Manufacturability  (Mark Kim, School of Engineering & Applied Science)
  • ENVS 6824: Shifting Sustainability (Kim Quick and Darn Garofalo, School of Arts & Sciences and Facilities and Real Estate Services)
  • ENVS 301: Environmental Case Studies (Jane Dmochowski, School of Arts & Sciences)
ISAC Program 2015

Six professors and three students participated in the Summer 2015 program:

  • Legal Studies 215/815:  Environmental Management, Law and Policy (Sarah Light, Wharton)
  • HSPV 572: Preservation Through Public Policy (David Hollenberg, Historic Preservation, School of Design)
  • Chemistry 101 (Ivan J. Dmochowski, Department of Chemistry, School of Arts & Sciences)
  • CHEM 251 – Principles of Biochemistry  (Jeffrey Saven, Department of Chemistry, School of Arts & Sciences)
  • Dynamics 615 - Global Pennovation (Steven M. Finn, Organizational Dynamics)
  • Energy in American History (Ann Greene, History and Sociology of Science, School of Arts & Sciences)       
ISAC 2015 Posters
Chemistry 101 and CHEM 251 Dynamics 615; Energy in American History Environmental Management,
Law and Policy
; Preservation through Public Policy

 

ISAC Program 2014

Eight professors and four students participated in the Summer 2014 program:

  • Architecture in the Anthropocene (Daniel Barber, Architecture, School of Design)
  • Energy in American History (Ann Greene, History and Sociology of Science, School of Arts & Sciences)   
  • Cities & Sustainability (Ariel Ben-Amos, Urban Studies, School of Arts & Sciences)
  • Energy Systems and Policy (Andrew Huemmler, School of Engineering & Applied Science)
  • Legal Studies 215/815:  Environmental Management, Law and Policy (Sarah Light, Wharton)
  • Legal Studies 612: Responsibility in Professional Services (Sarah Light, Wharton and Eric Orts, Wharton)
  • Toward Sustainability at Penn (Dan Garofalo, Earth & Environmental Science and Penn’s Sustainability Director)
  • Microbial Fuel Cells investigation (Karen Hogan, Department of Biology, School of Arts and Sciences)
ISAC 2014 Posters

Cities & Sustainability;
Energy Systems and Policy

Toward Sustainability at Penn  Microbial Fuel Cells Investigation
ISAC Program 2013 

Four professors and two students participated in the Summer 2013 program:

  • Sustainability in Practice (Mark Alan Hughes and Leslie Billhymer, School of Design) 
  • Cities & Sustainability (Ariel Ben-Amos, Urban Studies, School of Arts & Sciences) 
  • Principles of Sustainability Science (Alain Plante, Department of Earth and Environmental Science, School of Arts & Sciences)
  • Climate Policy & Technology (Andrew Huemmler, Penn Engineering) 
ISAC 2013 Posters
Sustainability in Practice;
Cities & Sustainability
Principles of Sustainability Science;
Climate Policy & Technology

Read the On College Green article about the 2013 ISAC program.

ISAC 2012 Program

Ten professors and six students participated in the ISAC 2012 program.

  • Environmental Chemistry (Marsha Lester, Chemistry) 
  • Landscape Sustainability (Doug Jerolmack, Earth and Environmental Science) 
  • Sustainable Goods (James Hagan, Earth and Environmental Science) 
  • Construction Technology 1 (Franca Trubiano, Design) 
  • Critical Approaches to Popular Culture (Felicity Paxton, Communications) 
  • Utopian Visions (Bethany Wiggin, German)
  • History of Coca to Cocaine (Ann Farnsworth, History)
  • Educating for Sustainability (Liz MacKenzie, Education)
  • Metropolitan Nature (Michael Nairn, Urban Studies) 
  • Introduction to Economics (Rebecca Stein, Economics) 

Student research assistants prepared poster presentations at the end of the program.

Summer 2012 ISAC Student Posters
Critical Approaches to Popular Culture;
Sustainable Goods
Construction Technology I;
Metropolitan Nature
Environmental Chemistry;
Landscape Sustainability
Introduction to MicroEconomics

Read the On College Green article about the ISAC 2012 Program.

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