Submit a Proposal Today
This combined Call for Educational Content provides a streamlined way for you to share your experience, knowledge and skills in higher education sustainability at the Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE) or via AASHE’s other educational programs (e.g., webinars, virtual workshops and online courses). Submissions are due no later than March 26, 2021. The deadline date will not be extended.
Prepare Your Submission
Read the Call for Educational Content Proposal Packet for detailed information about each educational format. NOTE: Review and acceptance of the GCSHE proposals will start after the submission deadline of March 26 (deadline will not be extended), while review and acceptance of AASHE’s other educational programs will happen on a rolling basis starting mid-February.
We’ve all heard of “zoom fatigue,” and while several of our educational offerings are held on Zoom or similar platforms, we have zero intention of them being boring! Find an overload of tips and tricks to make your presentations really shine and incorporate that into your submission. The more engaging content, the more valuable session both for you as the presenter and the audience.
Ready to Get Started?
AASHE’s 2020 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE) brought together more than 6,000 people from around the world to exchange ideas and explore ways we can continue to transform sustainability. Be part of this year's action from Oct. 12 - 14, 2021 by having your proposal considered for either a live, on-demand, or networking & discussion session.
If you have a fun and interactive presentation that others in the higher education sustainability field should hear, then having your proposal considered for an AASHE Webinar is the right move for you! Webinars are free to everyone regardless of membership status and provide you a great way to share your expertise.
Can you help higher education sustainability professionals increase their sustainability-related competencies or skills? If so, then have your proposal considered for a Virtual Workshop! These three-hour virtual workshops will allow a more intimate group of attendees to expand their knowledge, but only if you can help get them there!