Category Archives: Faculty: Professional Development

Free Course for Faculty Rise Up: How Faculty Can Respond to the Challenges of Our Time

Dear Vermont Environmental Science Colleagues + Allies, We are excited to extend an invitation to this free faculty development opportunity on how to utilize civic engagement and community-based learning to address critical issues, such as climate change and food insecurity.   This is a self-paced virtual course with three live workshops facilitated by Vermont’s very own environmental steward and champion, Jon Isham, Professor of […]

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Science Communication Training for Faculty, Post-Docs, and Graduate Students – Registration deadline Nov. 15, 2021

Dear Colleagues: As part of research study on effective science communication, my colleagues and I are offering free science communication training opportunities. Participants will learn how to communicate with audiences about the value and importance of their work as well as science more generally. ***************************************************************************** *        WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? We are conducting the study at George Mason […]

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🌍 Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit: May 19th🌍

You’re invited!Wednesday, May 19th 12:00-3:30 PM (EST)  The Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit will bring together faculty and campus administrators in the discussion of how campuses can play a leadership role in prioritizing and solving critical issues like climate change, food insecurity and other intersecting issues. Together, conference participants will consider ways to recognize and reward the importance […]

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Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit: Save the Date + RFP

We are excited to invite you to this year’s Campuses for Environmental Stewardship national gathering: Campuses for Environmental Stewardship 2021 Summit Rising to the Challenge: Higher Education’s Role & Responsibility for Solving Climate Change & Other Critical Issues Wednesday, May 19th || 12:00-3:30 PM This virtual summit will bring together faculty and campus leadership in […]

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New Educational Opportunities Available with AASHE!

Membership | Resources | Events & Education | STARS | AASHE Connect We are pleased to bring you three upcoming professional learning opportunities that will help you sharpen your skills while remaining COVID safe! Register to attend any or all of AASHE’s virtual event offerings today: Participate in these professional learning opportunities to discover new […]

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Sustainability Curriculum Consortium webinar: “Practical Ways to Get Radical in Higher Ed” – April 6

“advancing curriculum and faculty development for sustainability in higher education” Beyond the Knowledge Crisiswith Debbie Kasper SCC Webinar Tuesday, April 6, 20212:00 PM Eastern/11:00 AM Pacific “Practical Ways to Get Radical in Higher Ed” Debbie KasperHiram College There is widespread agreement that radical and immediate social changes are necessary to avert catastrophic collapse of earth systems and allow for the possibility of sustaining healthy human civilizations. Among […]

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Professional Development opportunities with Shelburne Farms

Dear Friend, With the promise of spring, we’re all keeping a watchful eye on the land — for emerging buds, dripping sap, and returning songbirds. Signs of renewal, adaptation, connection, and hope. We need them right now! So do your students. And these are the values and skills they will rely on as they become changemakers […]

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Free webinars from Campus Compact: How to enhance online education with community-based learning

Enhance Online Education with Community-Based Learning Register today for the Fusion Course and Fusion Webinar Series to find the tools, resources, and best practices you need to deliver engaging, quality learning experiences whether you’re teaching in a remote, hybrid, or in-person setting. FUSION WEBINAR SERIES offered free for all These webinars, offered with the generous support of the Davis Educational […]

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Shelburne Farms news: Winter Wildlife Detectives, a Warm Recipe for Cold Weather & Professional Learning for Educators

About • Our Work • Calendar • Support • Blog • Visit • Stay & Dine • Gather • Farm Store What does sugaring in a changing climate look like? For us, right now, it looks like… just sugaring. But that’s not to say all is healthy in the woods. The Vermont sugaring season is shifting, and our Farm woodlands are changing. Here’s how we’re responding. Burlington City & Lake Semester Wins […]

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Find your community and your compass with Shelburne Farms’ professional development series

Greetings from Shelburne Farms’ Professional Learning Team! We hope that this email finds you safe and well.  Despite all its countless disruptions, this past year has truly elevated the issues you care about – equity, climate justice, health, and food systems, and spotlighted the essential role of the educator, as you’ve supported learners, families and communities […]

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