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SPRING 2020 CIOL WORKSHOPS
Food, Ethics and Sustainability
Wednesdays, Wolfson Campus, Room 8501
2/5/20 from 12:00-1:00;
2/19/20, 3/4/20, 3/18/20 from 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Facilitated by Professor Augustyn


This workshop consists of four workshops, each is focused on food production and sustainability.

To Register, Class # EEI1012-5

GSELS Learning Network: Transforming Paradigm

Awarding Awarding 6 hours of Professional Development
F
riday, March 20, 2020
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Kendall Campus, Room K-422
Facilitated by Mike Matthews and Netiva Kolitz

This workshop offers an overview about development and operations of GSELS, how to broaden GSELS-designated courses to include additional GSELS course criteria, as well as  best practices of faculty learning communities, and explore Sustainable Education.This workshop offers an overview about development and operations of GSELS, how to broaden GSELS-designated courses to include additional GSELS course criteria, as well as  best practices of faculty learning communities, and explore Sustainable Education.
 To Register, class  
#  EEI1010-5

EEI Retreat for GSELS Faculty at Narrow Ridge Earth LIteracy Center
Awarding 14 Hours of Professional Development
Thursday, May 21 -  Sunday, May 24, 2020

Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center in Washburn, TN.

Faculty and staff will retreat at Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center to reflect on Culture and Cosmology, Foundations of Resiliency, and the necesarry Paradigm Shift that has been EEI's focus from its inception. Participants will be encouraged to nurture views that are compatible with the Earth's systems and to encourage all to apply these views across the disciplines into the curriculum at MDC.

Faculty
and staff will be selected from participating GSELS Faculty to participate.

SPRING 2020 CAMPUS EVENTS

Art and Sustainabilty Symposium
April 1 - 2, 2020
Organized by Wolfson YES! club and Professor Claudia Scalise

How do you present sustainability visually?
Submit work & questions to: artsforsustainability@gmail.com
Include name, Title of work & brief description

For more information contact Chris Medina: cmedina1@mdc.edu




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