Inspire and empower students in the themes of Climate, Biodiversity, Resilient Communities and the Circular Economy.

Fellows receive funding in the form of a grant of up to $20,000 over two years, to support their curriculum development projects. The projects for the development of new courses or programs, or significant enhancement of existing ones, must be centred on transformative learning that incorporates experiential, applied and/or interdisciplinary sustainability education principles. As part of the program, Fellows (up to two members per project) meet monthly to share and explore teaching and learning practices and ideas, share their progress on their curriculum projects, and collaborate to advance sustainability education on campus.