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How to cite this website
Brundiers, K., Redman, A., Broomall, D. (authors); Lines, S. (designer) (2017). Real-World Learning Experiences for Sustainability. Templates for progressive learning activities inside and outside the classroom. Website. School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Doctoral Research Associate, Arizona State University
Aaron Redman has worked on extensively on Sustainability in Higher Education at Arizona State University, the National Autonomous University of Mexico and now as part of the Educating Future Change Agents project at Leuphana University and ASU. He is working on his PhD from the School of Sustainability and his research interests include educating for Sustainability, behavior change, and Sustainability in low-income contexts.
Community-University Liaison, Arizona State University
Katja Brundiers develops and administers student-centered research on practical sustainability problems. Before joining ASU, Katja headed up a boundary organization at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (Switzerland) that facilitated collaborative research projects between students, faculty, and community partners (business, government, NGOs). Katja brings to the position her experiences as a sustainability consultant to the University of British Columbia (Canada) and as a member of the UNESCO Committee on Education for Sustainable Development. She also worked as a civil servant at the Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development, as a consultant in a private planning agency, and as a researcher in an international development research project for the government of Sri Lanka. She holds a master’s degree in geography and anthropology from the University of Zurich and a doctorate in sustainability from Arizona State University.
Dorothy (Trippel) Broomall
Adjunct Faculty, Colorado Mountain College
Dorothy (Trippel) Broomall received her M.A. from Arizona State University, School of Sustainability where her work focused on educational design for teaching sustainability problem solving skills. Now, Dorothy lives in Colorado where she teaches sustainability at Colorado Mountain College and helps people find more fulfilling ways of doing and being in the world.