Register: Lineup for 3rd Annual Sustainability Conference April 10-11

| April 3, 2014
Students from any university, college or high school are invited to submit proposals for poster presentations by April 9.

Join faculty, students, and peers from the nonprofit and corporate sectors for critical conversations on sustainability and energy.

The schedule for the third annual Webster University Sustainability Conference has been finalized and is now online. Join students, faculty, colleagues and peers from higher education, other nonprofits and the corporate sector for “Critical Conversations on Energy,” April 10-11 at the home campus in Webster Groves.

Keynote speaker Sandra Steingraber, an ecologist, cancer survivor, and author of “Living Downstream: An Ecologist’s Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment,” kicks things off Thursday evening with “The Whole Fracking Enchilada,” free and open to the public, followed by Q&A and book signing.

Other featured events include:

  • Friday, April 11, 9 a.m.: Peter Dykstra, Ron Keys and Larry Lazar: “Critical Conversation: Global Climate Change and the Media”
  • Friday, April 11, 10:45 a.m.: Critical Conversation: Alternate Energy Sources and Their Potential to Power Our Future
  • Friday, April 11, 4:30 p.m.: Photographer and Fulbright Scholar Randall Hyman, “Arctic Oracles: Grim Prophecies from the High North”

…plus much more. For the full schedule and to register, visit the conference schedule page and register to attend here.

Conference Admission

Keynote Presentation only: Free and open to the public
General conference attendees
: $25
Current (non-Webster) students: $10
Current Webster University students, faculty, and staff: Free

Price includes: Designated parking, hotel discount, breakfast and lunch on Friday, networking reception, keynote address, conference packet.

Student Poster Presentations

Student proposals for poster presentations are being accepted through April 9. The posters should exhibit student work or projects regarding sustainability and/or energy. Submit student poster proposals to by noon on April 9.

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