Rural Foods Pathways Project
The Rural Foods Pathways Project (RFPP) links a number of innovative, student-centered projects that work with community partners to address food insecurity in Northern Arizona.To learn more about the RFPP, click here!
Social Transformation for a Just and Sustainable World
Whether your passion is addressing food sovereignty, energy democracy, affordable housing, or other social and environmental challenges, our Sustainable Communities master’s degree, Community-University Public Inquiry program, and undergraduate minor in Community Engagement prepare you to make a difference—right now.
Our program enables students to address the root causes of socio-ecological dilemmas and contribute to positive change in our communities. SUS programs cultivates dynamic, well-rounded leaders in sustainability, civic engagement, interdisciplinary research, and social justice. Your faculty mentors will bring expertise from a variety of disciplines—sociology, anthropology, environmental sustainability, and public health—to support your unique program of study based on issues you are compelled to address.