It isn't just whether or not but how much.
Stockholm School of Economics conducted an audit of their curriculum using the SDGs. Schedules, lecture slides and materials for all courses were screened for keywords relevant to each SDG including sub targets and indicators. Considering that seminars might not be entirely dedicated to a particular SDG topic, the percentage of content per session was outlined. They found, for example, that many courses dedicated to SDG 9 - Innovation rarely mentioned specific societal or environmental problems and therefore the students may not be aware that such methods and concepts can be used for sustainability. The mapping results were used as the foundation for a workshop series for interested faculty to share best practices for incorporating sustainability content through small adjustments.
+How do you explore HOW the SDGs are included, not just whether or not they are?