Five U.S. universities to offer courses about sustainable plastics
ASU is among the five universities recently awarded one of several $500,000 grants from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The funds are designated for use in creating seven curriculum modules designed to prepare students to be part of the next generation of sustainability leaders in the nation’s workforce. The project at ASU will involve a team of researchers in the Fulton Schools and the W.P. Carey School of Business that will develop the curriculum for this project.
See Also: U.S. universities funded to provide plastics recycling programs, Waste & Recycling magazine, August 14
Kickstart: A circular plastics education, Plastics News, August 11