Formerly known as the Leadership, Ecology, Culture, and Learning [LECL] Program; this collection includes the final Comprehensive Papers created by Leadership for Sustainability Education Graduate students. The program is a specialty for those interested in developing leadership skills in sustainability education. LSE serves to prepare learners with the leadership skills and opportunities, through coursework and community-based learning, to take leadership roles in envisioning and designing change and educating for sustainable solutions in our communities.

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Submissions from 2015

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Peripheral No More: Repositioning Narratives for Empowerment and Change in Sustainability Education, Rell G. Ohlson

Submissions from 2014

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Building Communities as a Necessary Tool for Sustainability, China G. Ageros

Submissions from 2013

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Understanding the Hidden Curriculum: Connecting Teachers to Themselves, Their Students, and the Earth, Michelle Sager

Submissions from 2012

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Empowering Sustainability Leaders: Developing an Authentic Leadership Identity, Heather Diamond

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Sustainable Activism: the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Laura Feldman

Submissions from 2010

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The Multicultural Family Learning Gardens at the Learning Gardens Laboratory: An Investigation of Community Collaboration, Madelyn Mickelberry Morris

Submissions from 2009

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Training New Outdoor Program Managers: Recommendations Based on an Exploration of the Management Beliefs and Practices of Outdoor Program Managers, Travis Southworth-Neumeyer

Submissions from 2008

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Coming to Know (In) This Place Called Home: Teaching and Learning Sustainability at Portland Community College, Karen Elizabeth Wolfgang