The inaugural JHU Sustainability Leadership Council Symposium will take place on Friday, April 17, in Shriver Hall on the Homewood campus. This event draws energy from the full intellectual breadth of the university community, ranging from the Writing Seminars program to policy and to natural sciences and engineering. The day's activities include keynote speakers, panels, TED Talk–style presentations, and a poster session, all discussing the myriad of ways to reflect on Earth Day at 50: Renewing JHU's commitment to a livable planet.
Do you have a project, experience, or research that you'd like to share either as a poster or TEDTalk? Take a moment to fill out this form before March 10 for a chance to participate in the event. All disciplines, campuses, and departments are welcome! We strive to capture the variety of sustainability-related efforts led by students, faculty, staff, and alumni—that means your project!
If you have any questions regarding the event or the application process, contact the Office of Sustainability at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, we ask that you share this opportunity with members of your network who you think may be interested in presenting or are connected with those who would.