JHU students, faculty, staff, and community partners are invited to submit a proposal to present on your work at the fifth annual JHU Symposium on Sustainability Research & Practice taking place on April 3 at Scott-Bates Commons. The deadline to submit a talk, panel, or research poster proposal has been extended to Jan. 10.
The symposium is organized by the JHU Sustainability Leadership Council to convene dialogue on critical sustainability topics through a series of cross-disciplinary panel discussions. Speakers include sustainability researchers such as faculty and students, as well as practitioners including university professional staff and community partners.
Panels feature a diverse array of voices and perspectives to holistically explore each sustainability topic area from many JHU disciplines, schools, divisions, and community partners. Topics will range from green transportation, clean energy, environmental justice, food systems, sustainable health care, and more. Panel sessions are either 50 or 75 minutes, and typically consist of a series of short introductory talks, followed by moderated roundtable discussions and Q&A.
Learn more and propose a panel, talk, or research poster on the symposium's website.