Hope College has taken beginning steps toward raising student awareness and responsibility about creating a sustainable environment at Hope College and beyond. Further progress, however, will require Hope to develop a coordinated effort to educate faculty and motivate them to include sustainability in their courses and to establish a dialogue to consider more formal ways to incorporate sustainability into the college's curriculum. The project leaders (Inman, Bodenbender, McDonough, Bouma-Prediger, and Anderson) are requesting funding for four faculty lunch workshops which aim to educate and motivate faculty. At these workshops, modeled after ones that have worked well for incubating past curriculum reforms, faculty will brainstorm ways to include environmental sustainability in their existing classes and/or create new classes. All faculty (N = approx 250) from the college's three divisions (Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural and Applied Sciences) will be invited to attend two lunches per semester. The momentum we hope to create on curricular awareness and development in environmental sustainability fits well with the GLCA's goals of stimulating innovation in pedagogy and adopting best practices.