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Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship

Location:
Caerleon Campus, University of Wales, Newport
Date(s):
15 June 2009 11:20-13:00

Speakers: 

  • Gideon Calder, University of Wales, Newport  - "Teaching Ethics and Sustainability"
  • Milo Newman and James Thomson,University of Wales, Newport - " Autocatalysm"
  • Ronald Johnston, University of Wales, Newport - "The Role and Importance of Science in ESDGC"
  • Andy Phippen and Brendan D’Cruz, Plymouth University and University of Wales, Newport - "The Greening of Computing and ICT Curriculum:  Challenges and Directions"
  • Mary Hedderman, Alexandra Dobson, Brendan D’Cruz, Barry Emery and Jumur Mukherji, University of Wales, Newport,University of Northampton, and East London University - "Different approaches to Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship as part of curriculum design within three individual Business Schools (Newport,Northampton and East London)

 

This is a symposium of the Newport NEXUS Conference 2009, linking Research and Teaching in Higher Education

Jointly convened by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) and Reseearch Enterprise Department (RED).

To register (deadline 1 June) of for more information, visit the conference  website.

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