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Sustainability and Resilience Institute (SRI)


We contribute to the delivery of education at the University of Southampton.

The following mechanisms are used by the Sustainability and Resilience Institute (SRI) to deliver eduction across the University.

The cross-university interdisciplinary module ‘Global Sustainability Challenges’ for years 2 and 3 undergraduates is delivered in partnership with the SRI. The Deputy-Director of SRI, Professor Simon Kemp, is the module lead. He demonstrates how students can work with the SRI to address sustainability challenges through the module lecture content and workshop activities. 

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) work of the SRI is addressed in the module by our SDG Project Officer, Alice Brock, with the Deputy-Director. The contributions of students to the University sustainability strategy is the subject of a three-hour workshop. 

The SRI directorate team deliver undergraduate and postgraduate modules as part of the curriculum in the following:

  • Environmental Science (UG and PGT)
  • Sustainability (PGT)
  • Environmental Engineering and Carbon Capture (UG and PGT)
  • interdisciplinary individual and group research project supervision (UG & PGT)

The SRI is developing a new set of modules and curriculum awards for the new Centres for Doctoral Training Programmes in Sustainable AI, Interdisciplinary Resilience, and Flood Risk, with content delivered by SRI staff and associates.