Virtual Event: Impacts of Modern Agriculture
Tuesday, April 25
2:00–4:00 p.m. Central Standard Time
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My name is Stephen Sturdivant, and I am the Region 6 lead for the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Sustainable Food Management program. I would like to invite you to another free virtual event where we will get an overview of the impacts of modern agriculture on the environment, public health, and climate change, how agriculture is currently regulated, and what can be done to reduce that impact and help shape a sustainable climate-friendly and fair food system. Our speaker will be Peter Lehner, currently Managing Attorney of the Sustainable Food and Farming program at Earthjustice and former Executive Director of NRDC and Chief of the New York Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Bureau. Peter teaches a seminar on food systems and US environmental law and is a frequent speaker as well as the co-author of Farming for Our Future; The Science, Law, and Policy of Climate-Neutral Agriculture.
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Campus and Community Sustainability Expo
Dear Sustainable Communities Collaborative friends and partners;
Please mark your calendar for our Spring Campus and Community Sustainability Expo, held on April 27, 2023, from 5:00–7:00 p.m. in the State College Municipal Building. The event features a variety of student projects in partnership with communities, as well as Campus as a Living Lab projects. Join us in celebrating student accomplishments, generous partners, and dedicated faculty!
Refreshments will be served and the event is open to the public. Please share this invitation with your colleagues and neighbors.
Sustinability Teaching Roundtable Series
Please join us for the next session of the Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series. Faculty and graduate students will present ideas for integrating sustainability into coursework in the visual arts, music theory, graphic design, and landscape architecture. We look forward to seeing you there!
Presenters will include the following:
- Angela Rothrock, Associate Professor, School of Visual Arts
- Eric Mckee, Professor, School of Music
- Emily Burns, Assistant Professor, Department of Graphic Design
- Alexandra Russell, Graduate Student, School of Visual Arts
- Kate Cholakis-Kolysko, Graduate Student, Department of Landscape Architecture
About the Presenters: The Sustainability Initiative within the College of Arts & Architecture annually recruits faculty and graduate students to serve as Sustainability Faculty Teaching Fellows. The second cohort, including nine faculty and two graduate students, was announced in February 2021.
- Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series Session 10
- Sustainability Teaching Panel Discussion by Sustainability Faculty Teaching Fellows
- Tuesday, November 9, 2021, from 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
- Join via Zoom Link