The Webster University Sustainability Coalition is proud to announce the first annual sustainability conference Monday, April 16, 9 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. in the East Academic Building and Community Music School on the main campus in Webster Groves, Mo.
Dr. Paul Rowland, executive director of AASHE (Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education) is the keynote speaker. View the full schedule and details at the Sustainability Conference site.
The theme for the conference is the state of sustainability in higher education and our role in society as we strive towards global citizenship as organizations and as individuals.
Sessions include a variety of topics ranging from student and community activism to art and design, curriculum, campus, and business across the environmental, social, cultural, and economic dimensions of sustainability. Please join us and your colleagues for this exciting conference.
Please share this with to your colleagues, students, and faculty as appropriate.
Registration, which includes lunch, is $10 for general attendees, $5 for students. Designated parking will be on Garden Avenue.
Update, April 6: The registration fee has been waived for Webster faculty, staff and students. Webster faculty, staff and students should register here.
Register today at: blogs.webster.edu/sustainability.