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Health: Connecting People Place and Planet - Part 2
A Lunch and Learn Series 
Awarding 12 hours of Professional Development

This workshop focuses on the interconnection of human health with environmental and community health.

Kendall Campus - Begins Wednesday, January 23, 2018
Facilitated by Netiva Kolitz,     To Register, class  EEI1015-3

InterAmerican Campus - Begins Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Facilitated by Mike Matthews,     To Register, class   EEI1011-6

 

 Reconnecting with Earth 2: A New Story

Awarding 12 hours of Professional Development

This workshop is one of a two-part series, each offering four sessions that address a central issue of our time: What is the appropriate relationship of human beings to Earth? As participants engage in readings and discussion questions, they will share observations and reflections on our relationship to Earth, the threats of ecological imbalance, what we can do to create a paradigm shift and make lasting, impactful change, and what the role of higher education is in creating a future generation of Earth literate citizens. 

North Campus - Begins Wednesday, January 30, 2019
Facilitated by Stephen Nesvacil,     To Register, class    EEI1006-4

Everglades National Park

Awarding 8 hours of Professional Development
Saturday, February 2, 2019   8:30 - 4:30 pm
Facilitated by Kiki M
utis

The goal of the course is to give faculty an overview of basic South Florida ecology and hydrology by providing direct field experiences in this unique ecosystem.

Everglades National Park
to
Register, class # EEI1021-1


Developing Sustainability Competences at Work
Awarding 5 hours of Professional Development

Friday, March 15, 2019
 1:00 - 4:00 PM 
Kendall Campus, Room R-404
Facilitated by Dr. Anouchka Rachelson


This workshop will introduce seven sustainability competences that can help professionals make a meaningful contribution to environmental sustainability and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

To Register, Class # EEI1022-1

 

 

EEI/CIOL professional development workshops and immersions allow MDC faculty the opportunity to earn credit toward maintenance of rank and promotion as well as earning
 
Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS) certification

These learning opportunities focus on
 Earth Literacy and sustainability education while fostering interdisciplinary
collaboration and community. 

There are more than 55 EEI workshop/immersion opportunities  for MDC faculty/staff in the CIOL catalogue, with several of these offered each term at various campuses and offsite locations. 

 

 
 
 

Earth Ethics Institute • An Earth Literacy Resource Center Serving MDC Administrators, Faculty, Staff,  and Students, as well as the South Florida Community
Miami Dade College • 300 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Room 3506-11, Miami, FL 33132-2204 • t: 305-237-3796 • f: 305-237-7724