This discussion, hosted by the Global Challenges University Alliance (GCUA 2030), will address the pivotal role of higher education institutions in providing all students not only with the knowledge they need in order to contribute to the implementation of Agenda 2030, but also with the skills and competencies necessary to make a meaningful contribution to future societies. Using target 4.7 as a starting point, presenters will highlight concrete examples from GCUA 2030 institutions, a global network of partners with a common vision of contributing to sustainable, global development.
Natalie Jellinek, Educational Developer, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Sweden);
Tom Gill, Associate Professor & Chair, Smith Center for International Agriculture, University of Tennessee (USA);
Melanie Miller Foster, Assistant Professor, International Programs, College of Agricultural Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University (USA)
David Ader, Research Assistant Professor, Smith Center for International Sustainable Agriculture, University of Tennessee (USA)