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Webinar: TASK™ by Sulitest – Measuring and Reporting Sustainability Literacy

February 21 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

Assessing the sustainability literacy of students helps institutions evaluate the success of their sustainability education initiatives. It can also earn points in the Sustainability Literacy Assessment credit of STARS, the Sustainability Tracking Assessment & Rating System

This webinar will focus on TASK™ – The Assessment of Sustainability Knowledge – a new tool developed by Sulitest, whose mission is to mainstream sustainability literacy. TASK™ is a robust assessment tool to measure sustainability knowledge of your students. It provides comparable metrics (e.g., between programs or entry- and exit-testing) to monitor, improve and report your sustainability education strategy. 

We will have the pleasure to welcome Aurélien Decamps, Co-founder of Sulitest, and Jean-Michel Champagne, Sustainability Officer at HEC Montreal, a business school which is using TASK™ extensively. They will present the key features of TASK™ and share  HEC Montreal’s experience in using it. 

To encourage AASHE members to use TASK™ and enhance their reporting of sustainability literacy, Sulitest and AASHE are partnering to give AASHE members  a 10% discount if they sign up to be a TASK™ Change Leader. Learn more about this special opportunity.

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Aurélien Decamps, Co-founder of Sulitest and Associate Professor at Kedge Business School

Aurélien is a social entrepreneur in the field of sustainable development education, and co-founder of SULITEST, which develops online tools to strengthen and mainstream sustainable development education. With a doctorate in economics, he is a professor affiliated with KEDGE Business School and a researcher affiliated with the University of Bordeaux. Deeply convinced of the need to transform systems and organizations through the prism of sustainability, he is active in several academic, professional and UN networks such as HESI (Higher Education Sustainability Initiative), SDSN (Sustainable Development Solutions Network), PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) of the Global Compact.

Jean-Michel Champagne, Sustainability Officer at HEC Montreal

A specialist in corporate social responsibility strategies, Jean-Michel helped HEC Montréal obtain BOMA BEST and STARS certification. He is now assisting in the implementation of HEC Montréal’s sustainability action plan. He also teaches a graduate-level Corporate Social Responsibility course.