I joined Furman University as Professor of Sustainability Science in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences in August 2017. Prior to that I spent three years at Warren Wilson College as Director of Electronic Portfolios, Director of First Year Seminar, and faculty member in the Department of Environmental Studies. From 1999-2014 I worked at Michigan State University where I served as Associate Professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and the Department of Sociology. I also served as the Director of the undergraduate Sustainability Specialization which utilized electronic portfolios to enable students to provide evidence of a range of sustainability competencies (Ecological Integrity, Social Justice, Economic Vitality, Civic Engagement, Personal Awareness, Critical Thinking, Systems Thinking and Aesthetic Understanding. I held an appointment as a campus specialist with Michigan State University Extension in the Greening Michigan Institute in the areas of Sustaining Community Prosperity and in Natural Resources. I worked on developing online resources to foster Sustainable Decisionmaking in Michigan.