All faculty are invited to support the integration of sustainability concepts into their fields; focus on social justice, sense of place and bridging industry and sustainability.
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The webinar shares how Swarthmore’s PSRF program promotes sustainable change by positioning students as change leaders, engages the campus, and advances campus sustainability priorities.
The 2018 conference will be organized around the themes of indigenous knowledge, decolonization and socio-ecological resiliency in agroecology and sustainable food systems education. The conference will offer many unique opportunities to explore how the University of Hawai‘i, and other indigenous serving institutions in North America, are working to integrate traditional ecological knowledge, practice and culture into post-secondary food systems education.
Using contemplative practices, this retreat explores the connections between our deepest inner experiences and our environmental efforts. Through daily meditation, art, nature walks, yoga, journal writing and other reflective exercises, participants will investigate the interface between inner ecology and our pedagogical and activist work.
This curriculum workshop will focus on the ins and outs of successfully integrating sustainability into curriculum, while also knowing how to meet both STARS and Accreditation requirements.
The 17th California Higher Education Sustainability Conference promotes policies and programs fostering sustainability within California higher education.
The SCC Faculty Conference focuses on pedagogy, content & leadership for education for sustainable development with a mix of panels, workshops, roundtables and facilitated dialogue, and an emphasis on peer-to-peer exchange. Keynote speaker is David Orr from Oberlin College. Julian Dautremont-Smith, AASHE’s director of Programs, will lead a “Sustainability Across the Curriculum” regional centers panel […]
The Net Positive for Higher Education Symposium will highlight Hampshire College, Smith College, and Williams College and their holistic, multi-generational approach to sustainability, resiliency, health, innovation, and equity. This symposium is for campus planners, sustainability directors, faculty/educators, administrators, operations staff, policy professionals, and design and construction professionals.
The Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) 2018 conference invites attendees to participate in defining priorities, ask questions, produce answers, and implement solutions in order to address the need for much broader and richer inclusion in all aspects of environmental studies and sciences.
In partnership with the University of Michigan School of Education, Creative Change Educational Solutions is offering a two-day, hands-on master class that aims to provide knowledge, skills, and a step-wise process to develop curriculum grounded in the concepts of healthy communities, democratic societies, and social justice. Starting with either existing or planned curriculum, attendees will […]