Skills for Sustainability: Putting the Pieces Together
- 31 March 2008 00:00 - 2 April 2008 00:00
As a key annual sustainability event for UK Further and Higher Education, this important conference will encourage and inspire delegates to identify essential skills and knowledge and go on to equip them to embed skills for sustainability in their own staff and students.
Keynote speeches include:
- Bill Rammell MP, Minister of State, Lifelong Learning, Further and Higher Education; Ann Finlayson, Education Commissioner, Sustainable Development Commission;
- Steve Egan, Deputy Chief Executive, HEFCE; Linda Newman, President, University and College Union (UCU);
- Professor Daniella Tilbury, Professor of Sustainability, University of Gloucestershire; Dr Stephen Gough, Department of Education, University of Bath
- Working Together: Curriculum, Community and Campus, Professor Brian Chalkley, Director, GEES Subject Centre, Higher Education Academy;
- Integrating Sustainable Development into the Curriculum, Heather Witham, Higher Education Academy and Carolyn Roberts, University of Gloucestershire;
- Regional Networking, Adam Cade, StudentForce for Sustainability;
- Change Management, Professor Stephen Sterling and Alan Dyer, Centre for Sustainable Futures, University of Plymouth and more.
See www.eauc.org.uk/ to download a full programme and to book online.