NAAEE’s 47th annual conference will focus on the power of education to create positive change for the future. Environmental education is a force for building a more civically engaged citizenry. It’s a force for creating a more diverse and inclusive movement. It’s a force for linking research and practice, and for demonstrating the impact of […]
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The ACMHE conference is an annual interdisciplinary forum for all aspects of scholarship and research on contemplative methods in higher education, with a special focus on sharing how contemplative practices can support and sustain learning communities that foster a more just, peaceful, sustainable, and compassionate world.
Expected to draw over 2,000 participants, AASHE’s annual conference is the largest stage to share effective models, policies, research, collaborations and transformative actions which advance sustainability in higher education and surrounding communities.
The Engagement Scholarship Consortium 2018 meeting will work collaboratively to build strong university-community partnerships anchored in the rigor of scholarship and help build community capacity. The gathering aims to promote research and study of the impacts of community-campus partnerships, disseminate research (original, basic and applied) from a wide variety of disciplines on the impact of […]
The conference theme is Breaking Down Silos: Fostering Collaborative Action on the SDGs. The aim of the conference is to bring together persons involved in research, policy, practice, and business.
The 2018 HER will open an international dialogue on Reinventing the Public Mission of Higher Education: Policies and Practice. The goal is to provide a platform for researchers, senior higher education policymakers, and higher education leaders who seek to expand engagement in this question and to explore and promote new solutions at local, national and international levels […]
From September 22-29, partners from around the world will come together once again— under the umbrella of Global Goals Week— to support the #SDGs.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together HBCU faculty, students, researchers, faith leaders, climate professionals and environmental justice and coastal community residents impacted by toxic facilities and severe weather events related to climate change in order to bridge the gap between theory and the experiential realities of climate change.
Learn how to conduct a bike share feasibility study, evaluate options, select a vendor, and launch (or re-launch) a program on your campus.
The event will examine ways institutional stakeholders engage in public education and debate on carbon pricing.