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This workshop includes discussion of strategies to better integrate equity and sustainability in higher education.
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 event provides cutting edge research and data from regional colleges and universities on sustainability policy and practice.
Attend this Sustainability Professionals Retreat to advance your vision, energy, capabilities and support system as a sustainability change agent.
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.
This webinar highlights how faculty, staff, students and community members help sustain a community garden.
In this complimentary webinar, we’ll explore the nature of resilience by examining both theory and research. Then, we’ll engage in two activities that could be used in a workplace or a personal setting to identify existing sources of resilience and develop a resilience plan for the future. This webinar is designed to serve as resilience […]
Begun in 2018, as an outcome of “Health and Well-Being in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success,” a definition was created with the intent of providing a cohesive and actionable definition of well-being specific to higher education settings. First published in May 2020, the definition has now been updated to reflect ongoing community feedback; […]
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 […]