Agenda

The workshop agenda is in progress and subject to change.  Please visit our Event Details and Webinars pages for more information about the attendance options for Day 1. 

Monday, May 15: Day 1 

8:30-8:50 a.m.      - Sign in. Breakfast available.

8:50-9:15              - Welcome and Introductions

9:15-9:45              - What is sustainability? How do we connect?

9:30-10:00            - Big ideas in your field and sustainability (small groups)

10:00-11:15          - Presentation and discussion: Prairie Bioregion

11:15-11:45          - Sense of place and experiential learning (small groups)

11:45-12:45 p.m.  - Lunch and conversation

12:45-2:00            - Presentation and discussion: Social Justice

2:45-3:15              - Break, snack, and transition to JCCC Learning Lab tour

3:30-4:45              - Tour of JCCC stormwater system, compost operation, farm, conclude in LEED Platinum classroom building

4:45-5:00              - Day 1 questions, reflections, conclusion

 

Tuesday, May 16: Day 2 

8:30-9:00 a.m.      - Breakfast available.

9:00-10:00            - Small group work on Day 1 content

10:00-10:30          - Eight ways to change a course

10:30-12:00 p.m.  - Presentation series and discussion: Illustrations of integrated curriculum

12:00-12:30          - Your existing curricula and sustainability: opportunities and barriers (small groups)

12:30-1:30            - Lunch and conversation 

1:30-2:15              - Beyond the syllabus: Interdisciplinary research collaborations

2:15-2:45              - Identifying campus support and allies (small groups)

2:45-3:00              - Snack break

3:00-3:30              - Panel: Student perspectives

3:30-4:15              - Plans for your courses (small groups)

4:15-5:00              - Day 2 report out, reflections, and next steps


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