New Course at Hurleyville’s New Makers’ Lab

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Need an elective? Check out a great new Sustainability Course: Practical Seminar in Green Technologies! This course will be held in the Makers’ Lab, a unique community resource just 5 minutes from campus!

You will get to have class in this cool space on Wednesday mornings this spring, and ride-sharing will be available. This course is for students in the Green Building Program, or students who have an interest in learning to plan, create, and use Green Technologies in the Makers’ Lab.

GRB/SUS 2700 99 HV

Students explore special topics in Green Technologies in a hands-on environment. Work is supplemental to courses currently offered in the program, and allows students to learn and experience both industry standard and cutting edge innovations that occur as the field advances. Lessons may be held at field sites and topics may include renewable energy, energy efficiency, sustainable landscaping, green building materials, and the software and tools used to engage in the industry. This is a project-based course and success will be measured in terms of real-time collaboration and products.

Pre-requisite/Co-requisite

GRB 1100 or Permission of the Instructor

*A note about financial aid: Full-time students who enroll in 12 first-time credits towards degree program may take another class outside of their degree program that Financial Aid will cover. Speak to your advisor if you have questions.

Contact Susan Rogers (srogers@sunysullivan.edu) or Larry Reeger (lreeger@sunysullivan.edu) with any questions about this course.