Our 2018 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting (CLDE18) is a conference intended to facilitate exchanges of knowledge and develop a sense of community around our shared civic learning and democratic engagement work.
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This year’s consortium will focus on the topic of effective collaborations (within campuses, between campuses, and between campuses and communities). Events will include guest speakers, panel discussions and group workshops.
This event will look at how gender and other factors such as generation, geography, and diversity gives you a unique perspective that can shape and empower your leadership style.
The Academic Bicycle Challenge is for college and university staff, faculty and students to track their cycled miles. There are eight different leaderboard types.
This webinar will provide basic information to help you get the most out of AASHE’s newest member benefit: AASHE Connect – a place for members to exchange ideas, engage meaningfully with peers and find solutions to questions
As our campuses confront climate risks, MIT representatives will present methods they are using to engage research and operational experts in charting a climate-resilient future.
The Canadian College and University Environmental Network (CCUEN) and Canadian Alliance of College and University Sustainability Professionals (CUSP) are co-organizing Canada’s first comprehensive sustainability in higher education conference. Keynote speaker is Amy Luers, executive director of Future Earth. The program includes sessions on living labs, research, operations, curriculum, social justice, and partnerships.
AASHE has partnered with REFOCUS to offer a 1.5 day leadership development workshop in Summer 2018. Join this webinar to find out more about the REFOCUS program and why you should attend the workshop.
For many years, the responsibility of higher education & learning institutions for building a sustainable world has been highlighted. All over the world, faculty, administrators, learning facilitators and students have developed initiatives at local, regional and international levels to help transform society, business and education. These initiatives have generated positive energy and goodwill, inspired further […]
This certificate program will provide an overview of the SDGs and the context in which they were negotiated. Participants in this program will review the general merits of the SDGs, examine the means for integrating them into organizational plans and programming, and evaluate progress towards achieving results in implementing the SDGs.