Professor Tensie Whelan is interviewed about rising student interest in sustainability issues
— July 7, 2017
Excerpt from GreenBiz -- "'Students are interested, at the undergraduate level, in sustainability because they see these issues are important for them personally and are concerned about them. They want to have a job and a career with a purpose so they are look for ways they can make money and do well, but also have social impact. I think at the graduate level, where they have been out in the workplace for 5-8 years, they've seen businesses directly working on sustainability issues and are intrigued by an opportunity to learn more about that and contribute either to their own companies or find other companies that are doing interesting work in that space.'"