Tag: Diversity & Affordability
The Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education is the largest stage to exchange effective models, policies, research, collaborations and transformative actions that advance sustainability in higher education and surrounding communities.
The ISCN 2021 conference will provide a timely opportunity to exchange ideas on how climate action and sustainable development at universities can be fostered from an academic, operational and student perspective.
NADOHE’s 15th annual conference will focus on the work that needs to be done to transform higher education, re-oriented toward equity, and ensure that we support inclusive and equitable practices, policies and cultures.
This webinar highlights the need for universities to address issues of social sustainability on campus in order to provide a sustainable environment.
The World Sustainable Develop Teach-In Day is a day for faculty and lecturers pick a Sustainable Development Goal and offer an in-person or online lesson on it. Online options include a live webinar or a pre-recorded one. Academic staff from universities anywhere can participate. The open access action nature of the event aims to facilitate […]
This live awards ceremony celebrates 11 outstanding winners advancing sustainability through projects, initiatives and research by students, faculty and staff at higher education institutions. This year’s winners span in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal and Australia.
The Antiracism Toolkit for Allies is the first of three planned guides (for allies, for organizations, and for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) developed to disrupt racism and transform scholarly publishing. At this panel, the presenters will introduce the toolkit and will share concrete steps that attendees can take to accelerate progress toward a […]
Higher education in the United States is more diverse now than at any time in its history. However, despite the growth in access to higher education, the opportunities and experiences of students, faculty, and staff in higher education continue to vary along racial and ethnic lines. Understanding these variations is vital to ensuring that higher […]
Expected to draw thousands of participants, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s (AASHE’s) Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education, happening Oct. 20 – 22 virtually, is the largest stage to exchange effective models, policies, research, collaborations and transformative actions that advance sustainability in higher education and surrounding communities.