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CBL + TLC Workshop: ENGAGING STUDENTS IN SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE – WEBINAR & DISCUSSION (Wed, March 1st)

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ENGAGING STUDENTS IN SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE: Wednesday, March 1

Rock Creek Campus: Webinar & Discussion

Time: 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Location: Rock Creek Campus TLC (Bldg. 7, Rm. 116)
CBL Engaged Practitioner Stipends for part time and full time faculty
Questions? Contact Alissa Leavitt, CBL Faculty Coordinator for Rock Creek Campus
Please sign up to let us know you plan on attending! Sign up is not required, but will help us prepare and plan for the workshop.

Southeast Campus: Webinar

Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
Location: Southeast Campus TLC (MTH 109)
CBL Engaged Practitioner Stipends for part time and full time faculty
Questions? Contact Samm Erickson, Southeast TLC Coordinator
Please sign up to let us know you plan on attending! Sign up is not required, but will help us prepare and plan for the workshop.

Webinar Description

BEYOND DOOM AND GLOOM: INCLUDE SOLUTIONS TO CLIMATE CHANGE
Are you or your students worried about climate change impacts? Are you connecting your students to ways to be involved in solutions? This webinar focuses on expert materials to engage students in current and future policy solutions that can be used in any course and in any discipline. Join us to see how you can be part of reducing doom and gloom and share civic engagement opportunities for progress.

Brought to you by DANS (Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability) and HEASC (Higher Education Associations’ Sustainability Consortium). This initiative is an outgrowth of a call to energy literacy developed by Debra Rowe, recipient at MIT of the C3E Education Award, and Amanda Graham, HEASC Fellow and originally with MIT Energy Lab.

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