The ‘Teaching Sustainability’ one-day conference will take place on Friday 1 March from 09.00 – 18.00 in Keynes College, Canterbury. Register at Eventbrite for free now.
Staff and students are invited to attend the FREE conference hosted by William Rowlandson, Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies for the Department of Modern Languages, and Catherine Morris Environmental Adviser in the Estates Department’s Sustainability Team. Students will receive 20 Employability Points for attending.
The conference aims to build networks across the University and beyond to embed the UN Sustainability Development Goals into the University’s curriculum.
On the day, speakers from across the sector will share how these issues have been addressed at their university. You will also get the chance to explore:
- the possibility of stand-alone sustainability modules,
- how sustainability topics/skills can be embedded into existing teaching,
- and help shape how we teach sustainability at Kent.
The conference is supported by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education through the Teaching Enhancement Small Support Award (TESSA).
Further support has been provided by the Master of Keynes College as part of Keynes College 50 year anniversary celebrations.