Johann Aberger, Adjunct Professor of Sustainability Studies and Outdoor Education
- MA International Relations and Social Justice, Prescott College
- BA, Kinesiology and Outdoor Education, University of New Hampshire
Sustainability Studies Courses
- SUS 321 Leadership, Ethics, and Social Responsibility
- PHI 218 Environmental Ethics
- Sustainable leadership, consciousness studies, activism, and outdoor education
There are three things I live for:
- Climbing sandstone towers in the desert with family and friends,
- Coffee milkshakes, and
- Working with a group of people who are committed to transformational growth and learning.
I’m involved in the Sustainability Studies degree at Colorado Mountain College because I believe in Edward Abbey’s philosophy that it is not enough to fight for the natural world, but that we must also enjoy it. I believe humanity is at a tipping point, and I am proud to be working on creative solutions that encourage personal evolution, constructive risk-taking, and self-actualization. For these reasons, I work with hundreds of business and community groups from across the country on building culture through adventure-based experiences. I support the Association for Experiential Education in a variety of leadership positions, and above all, I seek to be a conscious human being in many roles including life-long student, teacher, parent, husband, and friend.
Location: Spring Valley Campus
Office: 203, Calaway Academic Building