Students should graduate with a keen understanding of—and desire to participate in—the collective project of building inclusive, just, peaceful, and sustainable societies.
In every class I teach, my goal is that students leave having emerged through a transformational learning experience with a clearer sense of how they can contribute to building a better world. Through authentic conversations, hands-on experiences, and interaction with scientific and popular content, students in my courses gain the hard and soft skills that are crucial to navigating our complex, uncertain, yet full-of-possibilities world.
Classes taught by Jess Vogt
ENV 151 Introduction to Sustainability
Taught every quarter
ENV 261 Mixed Methods
Taught every other Fall and every Spring quarter
ENV 294 Sophomore Seminar
Taught WQ16, AQ16
ENV 341 Urban Forests
Taught every other year, usually in Fall quarter
ENV 407 Research Methods for Master's Thesis
Taught Winter or Spring quarters; Grad student course
ENV 506 Sustainability Science
Taught every Winter quarter; Grad student course