Lund: A university for sustainable development?
- How can we best use the capacity as a major university and involve our many students who want to be part of achieving the global goals for sustainable development?
- How can we assist students in becoming drivers for positive social change?
- What conflict of goals and which obstacles for change do we need to bring to the surface?
Sustainability Forum at Lund University invite university leaders, researchers, teachers and students to an afternoon on the global sustainability goals in relation to Lund University. The event will be held in English.
Time & Place
13 November 2018. Mingle with fika starts at 15.30 and the program runs until 17.30.
Room 206, Universitetshuset (Main university building).
- Sustainability Forum introduces the event, their organisation and plans for a Green Office
- Short presentations of student associations related to sustainability
- Sylvia Schwaag-Serger, Deputy Vice-Chancellor with special responsibility for bachelor and masters level education, presents her vision for Lund University and her take on Agenda 2030. (featured in video below)
- Susanne Arvidsson, Ass. Professor at the Department of Business Administration, presents on student researcher collaboration, specifically in ranking the sustainability of Swedish cooperations. Read more.
- Moderated discussion on the theme How do we create a university for sustainable development and drive action for agenda 2030? On the panel: Alexander Nymark (Vice president of LUS), Sylvia Schwaag-Serger (Deputy Vice-Chancellor), Susanne Arvidsson (Ass. prof.) and Mathieu Mal, representative of Hållbart Universitet (HU).