Who should attend?

 

Students & staff who are interested to:

  • Explore meeting of wisdoms between ‘Ike Hawai’i & Sustainability
  • Learn tools to cultivate allyship w/ indigenous communities
  • Understand how to integrate global principles of sustainability authentically into operations, assignments, pedagogy and/or course design
  • Gain new perspectives on big-picture strategies to catalyze infusion of sustainability across the university
  • Experience integration of civic engagement & responsibility into programmatic offerings
  • Experience interdisciplinary dialogue to inform course design
  • Learn from sustainability best practices at other campuses
  • Advance strategic energy management partnership at campuses

Faculty who are:

  • Already teaching sustainability courses
  • Interested in teaching sustainability courses
  • Seeking to understand how better to ally with indeigenous communities
  • Ready to connect your classroom to civic engagement
  • Ready to S-Designate your course
  • Seeking to understand how your course offering fits into the larger systemwide, statewide and global transformation
  • Seeking to build your support network
  • New faculty