Apologies for the late notice, but this might be of interest.
When: 1:30pm – 3:00pm Thursday, 9th August 2018
Where: Storey Hall Auditorium (Level 5, Storey Hall)
The RMIT University Strategic Plan to 2020 drives RMIT’s mission to create transformative experiences for our students and get them ready for life and work. Sustainability is embedded in this strategy, which harnesses RMIT’s capabilities in research, teaching and innovation to create an impact on individual lives and broader society. This symposium will look at Sustainability in Learning and Teaching through the twin lenses of Education for Sustainability (EfS) and Education about Sustainability (EaS). Leanne Denby, Director of Sustainability at Macquarie University, will provide provocation and lead discussion with an RMIT panel about Sustainability in Learning and Teaching.
Further information and registration for the symposium available via the Eventbrite link
Masterclass: Sustainability in Learning and Teaching
When: 9:30am – 11am Thursday, 9th August 2018
Where: Megaflex 1 (08.04.011)
Leanne Denby, Director of Sustainability at Macquarie University will lead this masterclass focused on Sustainability in curriculum and its relevance across disciplines. Leanne has been working at Macquarie University as the Director of Sustainability since March 2008. Reporting into the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer, her primary responsibility is to design and deliver the approach to strategically embedding sustainability into policy, process and practice. This involves working across the campus with the various Faculties, departments and offices within four key areas: Leadership and Governance, Learning and Teaching, Partnerships and Engagement, and Facilities and Operations.
What you need to bring:
Please bring your own device, with wireless access.Further information and registration for the masterclass available via the Eventbrite link