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Mar 02: Second Annual Interdisciplinary Student Sustainability Summit

Saturday March 2 from 9am-5pm
Discuss the collaboration of academic research and practice over and between a spectrum of disciplines through exemplary projects from students and distinguished speakers. Address questions in a series of panel discussions and workshops: How does research lead to entrepreneurship? And how do ideas born in practice transform into research? How organizations can rise to the challenges of preparing for the future? Students of all levels, entrepreneurs and professionals working on or interested in sustainability are welcome to engage in this platform for a day-long conversation!

This event is organized through the collaboration of Harvard University Graduate School of Design Green Design group, and the Cornell University Sustainable Design student group!

Program details and speakers… TBD!

 

Visit the Event’s Facebook Page for more information.

Apr 2: Sustainability & Religion: New Directions in Research and Practice

The Harvard Divinity School Green Team and the HDS student organization EcoDiv are presenting a panel discussion titled “Sustainability & Religion: New Directions in Research and Practice” on Monday, April 2nd from 4-6pm in the Sperry Room at Harvard Divinity School, 45 Francis Ave, Cambridge, MA.

Among the presenters will be Prof. Timothy Weiskel, Co-Director of the Working Group on Environmental Justice at the Du Bois Institute, who created and directed the Environmental Ethics & Public Policy Program at the Harvard Divinity School from 1989 to 1999. Also on the panel will be HDS Prof. Susan Abraham, Assistant Professor of Ministry Studies and Associate Director of the Center for the Study of World Religions, HDS Prof. Dan McKanan, Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Association Senior Lecturer in Divinity and HDS Prof. Diane Moore, Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies and Education and Senior Fellow at the Center for the Study of World Religions.

The event is free and open to the public. A reception will follow across the street at the Center for the Study of World Religions afterwards.

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