This event brings together faculty members from all academic disciplines to work collaboratively to introduce & enhance sustainability content in any course.
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This curriculum workshop is designed to help faculty develop an outline or course module that broadens the sustainability offerings at their institution.
The purpose of this conference is to examine the role of sustainability in the development and commercialization of creative tourism tourism products. It also aims to respond to the integration of sustainable development into the production of tourism services or products, especially in organizational and marketing practices in the context of creative tourism, which is a mode of […]
The Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability is holding its 2018 summit, bringing together regional experts and participants for a three-day conference to advance sustainability in higher education.
This online curriculum workshop is designed for all higher education instructors wishing to infuse issues of sustainability into their curriculum
Join Campus Compact to discuss the issues of housing insecurity and homelessness on college and university campuses. This webinar is designed for faculty to discuss the best practices to support students in the classroom.
This curriculum workshop explores how to permeate sustainability across the higher education curriculum while disrupting many disciplinary divides.
Educators from across the country will gather to share their expertise in natural resource education and best practices to develop the next generation of leaders in natural resource management.
Join this webinar to learn how to lead the World Climate Simulation a mock-UN climate negotiation with the student audiences you work with.
This College Consortium for International Studies conference will explore innovative frameworks for creating sustainability in education abroad. The concept of sustainability will be examined within a broad and holistic context encompassing academic, programmatic, socio-economic, organizational and individual dimensions.