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Legathon (en español; 10:00 a.m. – 18:30 p.m. CET)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Are you interested in making a positive difference for people with disabilities? If you are between 16 and 20 years old and would like to present your innovative ideas on how to make a real improvement to the lives of the citizens of Leganes with some degree of disability, join the Legathon!
Organizer: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Presented in Spanish
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Students Taking on Hunger: Ideas from Around the World on Addressing Food Insecurity and Inadequate Nutrition

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Please join us on Monday, March 6, 1-2 pm PST, as UC Davis SDG Interns interview student speakers from around the world about encouraging local agricultural production, reducing food waste, and engaging communities to facilitate food distribution.
Organizer: UC Davis
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Maternal Mortality: Beyond an Indicator

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

This discussion-based event, hosted by the International Observatory in Public Health will present the connection of Maternal Mortality to the SDGs and the importance of meeting the targets
Organizer: Fundación Universitaria Juan N. Corpas and partners

Advancing careers & the SDGs: how a co-curricular program prepares students to make a difference in their professional paths

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's SDG Scholar Program (housed within their College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources), seeks to both spark curiosity about the goals and help students chart their professional paths to be aligned with them. Learn more about the program (and potentially join us as an SDG expert, if you're interested!) by attending this session about creatively re-combining resources and connections to benefit students, our countries, and the world.
Organizer: University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Global Shared Learning Classroom con metodología COIL y desarrollo de competencias éticas y ciudadanas.

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Bajo el proyecto TEC GLOBAL SHARE LEARNING CLASSROOM y la metodología COIL, dos universidades ITESM (México) y URV (España) se unen con alumnos en dos materias integrados en equipos internacionales, que bajo uno de los 17 ODS de la Agenda 2030 cada equipo investiga, mapea y propone soluciones viables, a corto plazo para coadyuvar en algunas de las metas del ODS otorgado y que tenga impacto real  (social/ambiental) con acciones concretas en su territorio (México y España).
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Mental Health as an SDG: From Theory into Action

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Student Mental Health Startup Engage You(th) will share their experience creating a grassroots intervention that tackles mental health in their community. This will be followed by an interactive discussion about promoting Mental Health awareness and integrating SDG approaches.
Hosted by student startup ENGAGE You(th)

One Choice – Would you choose to not use any substances before you turn 21? (5:30 p.m. PST start)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Join Mentor Foundation USA for an engaging conversation with Robert L. DuPont, MD, first Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and President of the Institute for Behavior and Health, Inc., who has devoted more than five decades to the prevention and treatment of drug addiction. Led by Mentor USA’s Youth Advisory Committee President, Jeremy Dawidowicz and Dr. DuPont will dig into why substance use disorder (addiction) is a disease that starts in adolescence, the negative impacts of early substance use on mental health, education, and relationships, and how American youth are positively changing the conversation from substance use to NON-use.

The role of medical sciences universities in the UN SDGs (9.00-10.30 GMT)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

How can medical universities play a critical role in fulfilling the SDGs and helping society to achieve the SDGs through leadership, research, teaching and learning? View National Nutrition & Food Technology Research Institute's (NNFTRI) programmes and projects in line with actualizing UN's Sustainable Development Goals
Organizer: Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences passcode: 511248

SDG-Impact Careers Session 1: Natalie Sehi (#2 & #3) (12-1pm CST)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's SDG Scholars Program helps students to dive deeper into their knowledge of the SDGs, engage with peers from different communities, create original content and action plans, but critically, helps students expand their professional networks and explore career possibilities. Featured SDG-Career Guest:Natalie Sehi, M.S.
Organizer: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Fish Hut – Promoting positive mental health through fishing, one fish at a time

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Fish Hut is a non profit organization focused on promoting positive mental health through fishing, one fish at a time. Fish Hut builds Fish Huts, organizes fishing clinics and hosts virtual fishing contests.
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Friday “Pub” Trivia: SDG Edition

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

In our "pub" quiz, you'll spin our SDG Trivia wheel and play along with our guest hosts to see how well your knowledge of the SDGs stacks up against theirs. We'll introduce you to this free trivia tool that was designed to raise "pub"lic awareness of the SDGs.
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