We are thrilled to introduce our distinguished panelists for the upcoming Masterclass on “Campus Decarbonization” at #AASHE2023! You won’t want to miss Leah Bamberger, Executive Director of the Climate Justice and Sustainability Hub at Northeastern University, Dennis Carlberg (AIA, LEED AP BD+C), Associate Vice President for Sustainability at Boston University, and Dano Weisbord, Chief Sustainability Officer at Tufts University on Monday, October 30. Together, these panelists bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to #AASHE2023, promising insightful discussions and strategies for a sustainable future.
We are accepting applications for the AASHE Board of Directors, the Advisory Council, and the STARS Steering Committee through Friday, Nov. 3! We are looking for individuals to give their talent, time, and expertise to AASHE to help us advance all aspects of our mission. In particular, we welcome applications from Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and those with expertise in racial equity & social justice.
The 2023 Sustainable Campus Index (SCI) recognizes top-performing colleges and universities overall and in 17 sustainability impact areas, as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS). The SCI also identifies the key trends and innovations that are shaping the field of sustainability in higher education. and recognizes institutions with exceptional report accuracy and quality.
Benjamin Todd Jealous is a civil rights leader, tech investor and educator. Ben has dedicated his life to bringing people together, building diverse coalitions for change, and holding government leaders accountable to the needs of everyday people. The former president and CEO of the NAACP, Benjamin served as the youngest president in its history. During Jealous’ tenure, the NAACP became the largest door-to-door voter registration operation nationwide. Currently, Benjamin serves as the Executive Director of the Sierra Club, a grassroots environmental organization with advocates and volunteers across the country.
At AASHE, we are dedicated to cultivating an inviting and open environment where everyone feels a sense of belonging at #AASHE2023. We’re committed to breaking down financial and social barriers to ensure individuals from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Tribal Colleges can enjoy the best conference experience. For a limited time, we’re offering a special Buy One, Get One Free registration. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure this fantastic promotion to bring a colleague to share in the #AASHE2023 experience!
Get ready to be blown away by our first Masterclass speaker – Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum! A true powerhouse in her field, Dr. Tatum is a clinical psychologist widely recognized for her expertise in race relations and her trailblazing role as a thought leader in higher education. An accomplished author, her books, including the best-selling “Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” and “Can We Talk About Race?” have been pivotal in sparking crucial conversations about race and its impact on society. Dr. Tatum’s insights on racial identity development, creating inclusive campus environments, and higher education leadership make her an exemplary academic leader.