Title of Presentation

Building On-Campus Partnerships for Hands-On Learning, Developing Local Knowledge and Care for our Common Home: Campus as Lab

About the Presenter(s)

Leah Ceperley, Sustainability Planning and Evaluation Manager, Facilities Management Katie Schoenenberger, Director of Student Engagement, Hanley Sustainability Institute John Clarke, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Graphic Design Andrew Rettig, Geology and Electrical Engineering

Start Date

8-1-2021 10:00 AM

End Date

8-1-2021 10:45 AM

Abstract/Description

The campus landscape provides hands-on, local opportunities for students to conduct research, address challenges, and develop strategies for real-world learning and change. The sustainability office in Facilities Management has received an increase in inquiries this semester from faculty and staff looking for ways to engage students on campus in meaningful ways. This panel discussion includes a survey of ongoing projects and opportunities for new collaborations that keep students on campus and contributing to their University home.

Goals for Attendees

Survey hands-on learning collaborations with facilities management. Explore opportunities for future partnerships.

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Jan 8th, 10:00 AM Jan 8th, 10:45 AM

Building On-Campus Partnerships for Hands-On Learning, Developing Local Knowledge and Care for our Common Home: Campus as Lab

The campus landscape provides hands-on, local opportunities for students to conduct research, address challenges, and develop strategies for real-world learning and change. The sustainability office in Facilities Management has received an increase in inquiries this semester from faculty and staff looking for ways to engage students on campus in meaningful ways. This panel discussion includes a survey of ongoing projects and opportunities for new collaborations that keep students on campus and contributing to their University home.