College of Sustainability

Mission Statement: 

The College of Sustainability stands as a beacon of forward-thinking education, poised to tackle the complex challenges of tomorrow while addressing pressing issues of today. Rooted in the belief that sustainable solutions are essential for the betterment of humanity and the planet, the College aims to cultivate innovative minds through its Innovative Minds Academy. With a holistic approach, the institution is committed to educating students not just on current environmental and social concerns but also on long-term ubiquitous challenges such as food security, housing, renewable energy, healthcare accessibility, community development, and inclusive education. By delving into not only technological advancements but also exploring novel ideas, sustainable business models, and transformative social structures, the College of Sustainability seeks to foster a generation of leaders equipped to create meaningful change on a global scale.

At the heart of the College's mission lies a dedication to addressing the interconnectedness of environmental, social, and economic systems. Through rigorous interdisciplinary study and hands-on learning experiences, students are empowered to confront complex issues with creativity and resilience. By embracing a multifaceted approach, the College recognizes that true sustainability extends beyond mere technological innovation; it requires a fundamental shift in mindset and societal values. By instilling a deep understanding of sustainability principles and practices, the College of Sustainability endeavors to cultivate a community of change-makers capable of shaping a more equitable, resilient, and sustainable future for all.

Academics Covered

The College of Sustainability exists to solve problems in the future, as  well as in the present, the Innovative Minds Academy and for the world  at large. The College of Sustainability will educate students on long  term ubiquitous challenges such as providing food, shelter, energy,  healthcare, community, and education to the world. The College of  Sustainability will examine not only technologies, but also ideas,  business models, and social structures that make sustainability  possible.  


Quantitative Analysis: Utilizing mathematical methods to analyze data,  model scenarios, and make informed decisions related to sustainability  challenges. 

Resource Management: Applying mathematical concepts in the  context of resource allocation, optimization, and efficiency to address  issues such as energy consumption, waste management, and  sustainable practices.  


Environmental Science: Studying the interrelationships between  humans and the environment, including ecological principles, climate  change, biodiversity, and natural resource management. Sustainable Technologies: Exploring scientific concepts and  technological innovations that contribute to sustainable practices, such  as renewable energy, green infrastructure, and waste reduction  strategies.  

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The College of Sustainability includes the Division of Structure and the Division of Culture 

Division of Structure Manifesto

Mission Statement:
The Division of Structure exists to ensure the creation of things that last. The Division of Structure aims to create solutions to universal human needs which minimize impact on our environment and facilitate future changes.

The Division of Structure interacts with the other divisions to manufacture full scale solutions to problems like energy, shelter, and tools production.

Division of Culture Manifesto

Mission Statement:
The Division of Culture exists to design and create systems which grow and develop over time and are driven by living elements. The Division of Culture engages its immediate community and the world in solutions to issues like sustainable agriculture, education, and engineering of human society.

The Division of Culture gives students experience working with sustainable living systems by growing food, instituting sustainable communities and groups, and assessing and improving the system of Innovative Minds Academy itself.