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Hawaiʻi Sustainability in Higher Education Virtual Symposium

February 8 - February 9

Free
Exploring the meeting of wisdoms between indigenous ancestral knowledge and western empirical sciences to design sustainability across the curriculum.

 

The 6th Annual Hawaiʻi Sustainability in Higher Education Summit #HSHE18 will convene February 8-10, 2018, on Hawaiʻi Island. Join via a free Virtual Symposium streaming online for compelling plenary sessions on Thursday “Is Sustainability Still Possible” by Erik Assidourian, and “Climate Change Impacts” by Dr. Chip Fletcher. On Friday, we feature “Water and the SDGs”, followed by course and assignment designs across academic disciplines related to Teaching Water. Click the “virtual symposium” link for a full agenda and to join the livestream. Participants can interact during Q&A via the online collaboration tool Meetingsift.com.
At #HSHE Delegations from all ten University of Hawaiʻi campuses gather annually to learn together from local practitioners, national subject matter experts, and each other. We will continue to explore the meeting of wisdoms between indigenous ancestral knowledge systems and western empirical sciences, and work to advance sustainability focused courses systemwide across curriculum.

More Information

University of Hawaiʻi System is one of 13 regional AASHE Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum.

Details

Start:
February 8
End:
February 9
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.hawaii.edu/sustainability/hshe18/

Venue

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