Call for Articles: Green Learning at Metropolitan Universities

Posted by on June 8, 2009

Call for Special Issue on Green Learning at Metropolitan Universities
Deadline: June 15, 2009

Metropolitan Universities a quarterly journal funded by the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, is soliciting article proposals for an upcoming  issue that will examine how universities are using green-inspired curriculum to promote a socially-just and environmentally-sustainable society, both in their local communities and globally. Green issues, ecological balance, social justice, animal rights, and sustainable economy are increasingly becoming the focus of curriculum, service-learning projects, student organizations, and campus events. This issue seeks to examine how this green trend in learning is affecting curriculum, academic culture, and community partnerships. This issue will be published in 2010, and the guest editor is Roger Munger, Associate Professor of English, of Boise State University. Proposals should be 300-500 words in length. All proposals should include submitter name, affiliation, 100-word bio, and email address as well as a working title for the proposed article. Final manuscripts should be 4,000-7,000 words in length. Completed proposals or questions about either proposal topics or this issue should be sent to Roger Munger at  For more information, visit:

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