AASHE Webinars

AASHE webinars intend to address the needs of AASHE's diverse membership, increase members engagement, create community, and provide solutions in the form of resources, tools and support in all areas of sustainability in higher education. Feel free to contact us with additional suggestions at webinars@aashe.org.

All AASHE webinars are 90 minutes and usually take place on Wednesday's at 3 p.m. Eastern. Webinars scheduled outside of Wednesday at 3 p.m. will be noted.

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AASHE webinars are free for AASHE members and non-AASHE members, however presentation materials and webinar recordings are only available to AASHE members.

Upcoming Webinars

  • Sep 28 2016 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm

    Welcome AASHE members! This webinar will highlight the benefits associated with AASHE membership and explain how to best take advantage of those benefits. The live presentation will allow for questions and answers from attendees. While new and recently renewed institutions and organizations may find this webinar most helpful, all active AASHE members are welcome to attend.

Archived Webinars

  • Sep 14 2016 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm

    Transportation to and from campus is a significant source of campus greenhouse gas emissions. This webinar will discuss the many challenges associated with reducing the emissions associated with commuting. It will describe a range of passive and active tools available to help overcome these challenges and will specifically highlight innovative approaches to encourage students to use more sustainable transportation options that can easily be implemented on any campus.

  • Sep 8 2016 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm

    As campus recycling programs grow over time, adding new material streams and expanding to different areas of campus, the result is often a confusing patchwork of recycling and waste bins with different colors and inconsistent labels. Schools are increasingly hitting the reset button, implementing uniform design standard across campus as a strategy to improved diversion and reduce in contamination. This webinar will feature case study presentations on the process different campuses have followed develop and implement uniform bin standards.

  • Sep 7 2016 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm

    October is Campus Sustainability Month! Join this webinar to gain ideas and inspiration for how you can take advantage of CSM to engage and inspire incoming students and other campus stakeholders to become sustainability leaders. Speakers will share examples for how campuses can participate, lessons learned and suggestions for to leverage this international event to promote sustainability on your campus and beyond.

  • Jul 19 2016 - 2:00pm

    Facilitator: Susan Santone
    Description: ‘Integrating sustainability’ into a course means adapting both content and pedagogy to create a learning experience that is more interdisciplinary, experiential, and focused on authentic problem-solving. How can instructors juggle all of these demands without designing a syllabus from scratch? This session will present a step-wise instructional process for meeting this challenge. This approach, used with colleges and universities across the country, results in high-impact courses that integrate core sustainability concepts; promote civic involvement; and align outcomes, assessment and instruction. Attendees will walk away with a design framework that brings learners through a process of engagement, deep inquiry, decision-making, and positive action. The webinar will illuminate that ‘integrating sustainability’ is fundamentally about effective teaching and learning. Therefore, this session is especially recommended for faculty development specialists—especially those who may falsely believe that sustainability is environmental education.

  • Jul 12 2016 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

    Facilitator: Jess Gerrior
    Description: The intellectual work of designing, delivering, and evaluating transdisciplinary sustainability curriculum, together with the practical work of enacting sustainability knowledge and skills in the physical environment are both essential to education for sustainability. But unless the “head” and “hands” are connected with the “heart” – the cultural, sociopolitical, moral values of learning communities – they can only reach so far. Here we will exchange ideas and practices for tapping into what moves educators/leaders – teaching sustainability from the inside out.