Canadian Mennonite University
Co-op option: No
Why Go Here?
Students enjoy a tight-knit community and smaller-than-usual class sizes. Geography is interdisciplinary and includes studies in International Development and Political Science. Intergrations of environment/sustainability concerns/perspectives on land, environment, stewardship and faithful-living.
All students do a three month practicum with a local or an international organization. The student council has a Creation Care committee that focuses on environmental protection.
The campus has both a community-shared agriculture farm and bicycle repair co-op. A new library and learning commons is incorporating LEED building standard into its design. The school also participates in a city-wide commuter challenge.
Best Natural Feature
On campus is a CMU farm, along with community garden plots. Open access to woodlands and trails of Assiniboine Forest.
- From Environmental (Soul) Print: "Islamic Cosmology = we are not the centre of the Universe” Read more... https://t.co/Be4bfNVifu — 48 weeks 6 days ago
- Call for submissions deadline is January 13th to the May 2017 International In-Situ Thermal Treatment symposium. https://t.co/4tb6iRJ2rZ — 49 weeks 1 hour ago
- Interview with Michael Engelhard, author of 'Ice Bear: The Cultural History of an Arctic Icon' https://t.co/1ypJfReqIf — 49 weeks 1 hour ago