Sustainability Roundtable kicks-off Friday 11am: Campus As A Living Lab
Learn more about sustainability as an investigatory lens at the Sustainability Council’s virtual Roundtables every other Friday at 11am. Students, faculty, staff, and the general public are all encouraged to attend! Each session highlights a different topic and disciplinary perspective, but there is always time set aside to meet others interested in sustainability and to explore possibilities for interdisciplinary collaboration.
The Sustainability Roundtable series kicks-off for the new year on Friday with UofL's Sustainability Coordinator, Dr. Justin Mog, sharing opportunities to use UofL as a living lab of sustainability and his vision of students, faculty & staff collaborating to reshape campus around equity & ecological integrity.
Aug. 28 - Justin Mog, PhD (Asst. to the Provost for Sustainability Initiatives, UofL) Envisioning UofL as a Living Laboratory of Sustainability
Sept. 11 - Jessica Eggleston (graduate, Master's in Sustainability, UofL) The effect of legacy contamination and influence of observed soil amendment in an urban community garden Louisville, KY
Sept. 25 - Brent Fryrear, Director, Partnership for a Green City
Oct. 9 - TBD
Oct. 23 - Michael French (Director of Operations for Green Forests Work) Green Forests Work: Restoring Ecosystem Service and Creating Economic Opportunities on Surface Mined Lands across Appalachia
Nov. 6 - TBD
Nov. 20 - TBD
Everyone is invited to share your research (at any stage) into environmental, social & economic justice at future Roundtables. Contact: Tamara Sluss, firstname.lastname@example.org.