Learning Innovation for Tomorrow: LIFT LAB Event - Thursday 14th June, Park Campus, Cheltenham – BOOK NOW
Please find attached the final flier for the annual showcase event for our Learning Innovation for Tomorrow programme, focused on Education for Sustainability.
Taking an 'experimental' theme this year, the event is suitable for anyone interested in sustainability in the curriculum and academic practice. It includes:
· Lightning presentations from the 10 LIFT projects in 17-18 led by colleagues working across 7 of our Academic Schools.
· Headline keynote from Prof Stephen Sterling, international expert and advisor to UNESCO in Education for Sustainability.
· 4 practical workshops with input from our National Teaching Fellows on EfS essentials, student experiences, change skills and assessment.
Our social media will have more on the presenters and projects in the coming weeks. Also of interest, Professor Arran Stibbe's inaugural lecture on Wed 13th June at 6pm following our Festival of Learning event.
The LIFT LAB is free to attend and includes our delicious and locally sourced sustainable lunch. All welcome including students and external partners – do share with your colleagues and networks.
To find out more or reserve a place please email Barbara Rainbow: email@example.com.
Dr Alex Ryan
Director of Sustainability
University of Gloucestershire
DH202 Dunholme Villa, Park Campus
Cheltenham GL50 2RH
Tel: 01242 715416
Mobile: 0788 0088 189
Learning Innovation for Tomorrow – education change programme at UoG:
University Educators for Sustainable Development – EU funded CPD project:
Staff and Educational Development Association
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