At this "Green Tea," you
will be able to meet and greet a number of already certified faculty members, learn
more about the Green Teaching Program, as well as find out more about getting
your own courses certified. We will be serving organic hot apple cider and
Apply now for a Green Teaching Certificate for your Spring 2017 Courses
We are now accepting applications for a Green Teaching Certificate for Spring 2017 courses. Apply to help making American University greener and to earn a Green Teaching Certificate logo for your Blackboard course pages and syllabi. It only takes ten minutes.
(You will need to log in with your AU user credentials)
2016 Green Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Professor Eve Bratman (School of International Service), winner of the 2016 Green Teacher of the Year Award!
Green Teaching Program at 2013 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference
The Green Teaching Program was represented with a poster presentation at this year's EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA on October 16, 2013. To download the PDF or PowerPoint version of the poster presentation, click on one of the links below.
The Center for Teaching, Research and Learning and Eco-Sense piloted a Green Teaching Certificate during the 2008-09 academic year. This is part of an attempt to reward faculty members who are green teachers, while giving green courses a familiar face among students. The Green Teaching Certificate is based on a system of self-reporting. Faculty members at American University can qualify for a Green Teaching Certificate by answering a number of questions about their efforts to make their courses more sustainable. Upon evaluation, qualified courses will be rewarded with a seal representing one of five different levels of the Green Teaching Certificate, which can be put on syllabi and Blackboard pages to market courses as green.