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Sustainability Symposium 2022

A presenter-led virtual event to learn, discuss and share latest practices and initiatives in sustainable education.

Spanning two days, this virtual event, by way of a keynote session, oral presentations and workshops, will provide a space to discuss and share latest practices in sustainability. Entitled Front, Centre and Now: Sustainability as a Core Purpose of Higher Education, the event provides the opportunity for students, staff and other colleagues to share their innovation, research, and other activity about sustainability and climate change among a network of peers. What should our sector be doing? How can it be doing more? With time running out, how do we bring about change to ensure sustainability is ‘front and centre’ in the mission of higher education?

Date: 29-30 March 2022
Location: Virtual
Who: HE lecturers, programme leaders and senior leaders

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Symposium aims

The aims of this symposium are to: provide an open and supportive environment within which to share and discuss contemporary practice and inititatives in sustainable education; provide evidence-informed examples and ideas for university staff and students to overcome the challenges of the Sustainable Development Goals and addressing sustainability within in higher education.

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Keynote Speakers

Mark Ormerod

Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost
Keele University
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Professor Mark Ormerod is Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost of Keele University and has been in this role since 2015. He is responsible for the academic leadership of the University.
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