Get Involved!

The Center for Land Use and Sustainability (CLUS) at Shippensburg University (SU) builds on an emerging campus-wide focus on sustainability issues and the past success of the Department of Geography’s Center for Land Use. The CLUS is a new initiative that aims to leverage the expertise of SU faculty, staff, and students to promote sustainable land use, economic development, and communities at local, regional, and global scales.

Opportunities for Students

Current opportunities include internships, networking events, student-faculty research projects, and conference participation.

Opportunities for the Community

Partnerships with organizations, businesses, and individuals support student internships, research projects, and networking.

Opportunities for Faculty

Interested faculty and staff can participate as collaborators and project leads. Learn more about our current affiliated scientists.

Opportunities for Professionals

Soil Hub and the CLUS collaborate to bring in-person soil science training to practicing professionals in PA, WV, MD and beyond!

Read about our affiliated scientists, current and past projects, or contact us (below) to discuss future collaborations.

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Support the Mission of the CLUS

The mission of the Center for Land Use and Sustainability is to support science-based solutions to interdisciplinary sustainability challenges. Your donation to the Center for Land Use and Sustainability Fund at the SU Foundation is tax deductible. Learn more about how you can support the CLUS!