The SCI-Midwest has sponsored workshops on quantitative reasoning, food science and policy, and sustainability. Member institutions have been actively involved in NCSCE’s GLISTEN (Great Lakes Innovative Stewardship Through Education Network) initiative. The SCI-Midwest was one of the original six Centers initiated in 2008, and was hosted by Harold Washington College (City Colleges of Chicago) from 2008 until the end of 2011, and in that capacity also hosted the 2009 SENCER Summer Institute. Beloit College assumed the host institution role from 2012 to 2013, followed by the current host, Roosevelt University. The SCI-Midwest region includes Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
We are excited to partner with groups of faculty to host regional workshops related to SENCER issues. Please contact the co-directors with your ideas.
About the Host Institution: Roosevelt University
Roosevelt University is the only private, non-sectarian university in the Chicago metropolitan area. It was founded in 1945 by faculty, students and staff as one of the first universities to provide equal access to higher education and to express a social justice mission. Today RU enrolls over 6000 students across two campuses, lists more than 150 Transformational Learning courses and is the Midwest’s 4th most diverse university (US News & World Report). The RU Chicago Campus is part of the largest concentration of college students in the nation (65,000 in the Loop), and the Wabash Building is the second tallest academic building in the U.S.
Dr. Robert Seiser
Dr. Dennis Lehman
Dr. Marion Field Fass
Dr. Mariah Birgen
Dr. Cynthia Kaus
Dr. Farah Movahedzadeh
Mr. Glenn Odenbrett