UGC hosted a webinar sharing an overview of the SDG Week concept, ways to engage, and resources available for planning events. View the recording below for tips and lessons learned from UGC organizers and partner universities that have planned Sustainable Development Goal-focused events, weeks, or programs on their campuses.
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.
“Beyond the Box: CASNR Edition” is a collection of resources in an interactive audio exhibit highlighting Nebraska faculty and staff contributions towards the Sustainable Development Goals (currently on display at the Nebraska East Union third floor).
The Sustainable Shenandoah Valley (SSV) Regional Centre of Expertise for Sustainable Development (RCE) will showcase a student-planned and student-led annual event called the Student Sustainability Summit.
Join the University Global Coalition in welcoming a panel of students from five global higher education institutions who will discuss initiatives to help move the UN SDGs forward as well as their passions, inspiration, and hopes for the future.
This event including talks and round the table discussion of students will help everyone to understand that all technical efforts keeping an eye on sustainable goals can increase our attainments to a greater extent.
Organizer: Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology
Session featuring business, non-profit, government sector participants and higher education institutions discussing how higher ed can be a convener of multiple sectors and effectively partner to advance the SDGs.
This session features leaders of colleges/universities who have made significant progress on the SDGs discussing how to develop an institute-wide SDG approach and sharing thoughts on engaging leadership at your university.
This session discusses the challenges of reaching SDG 2 by 2030, the possible paths towards achieving that Goal, and the role of universities in taking humanity forward around sustainable food systems.
This session features participants from several global networks focused on the SDGs in higher education in a facilitated discussion. Through conversation with these leaders and session participants, we ask the question of how networks can most effectively partner to tackle the complexity and interconnectedness of the SDGs through the lens of SDG17: Partnerships.