Higher Ed Forum

studentsb_2016_croppedThe Higher Ed Forum at the Summit is a half day, participant-driven event for facility managers, sustainability staff, faculty, and students. From operations to student involvement, curriculum to community outreach, the Higher Ed Forum is an emerging venue for higher education to tap the collective brain trust, grapple with the challenges we face, and renew passion for our work as we determine how to do more good on our campuses and in our communities. The Higher Ed Forum runs on Thursday, March 16th from noon to 5:00 pm in the Shepherd Union Building.

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Higher Ed Forum Tracks

  • Sustainability in the Curriculum
  • Engagement at the Campus and Beyond
  • Operations and Facilities Management

Who is attending the Higher Ed Forum?  

Students, sustainability staff, faculty & educators and facility & operation managers will be at the Forum to share, learn, connect, and regenerate with new ideas, and a sense of common purpose as we work to address our collective challenges and foster greater sustainability on our campuses and communities.

Why attend?

  • Share your successes
  • Learn from others
  • Engage students
  • Connect with colleagues in the region
  • Develop change makers
  • Cut  your operations costs
  • Move from doing less bad to doing more good
  • Rejuvenate and renew passion for your work

Student Poster Competition 

Come see the work of over 25 students at the Student Poster Competition. Vote for your favorite poster, and you will be entered to win a $50 certificate toward the 2018 Intermountain Sustainability Summit registration.

Students will be competing for prizes by category, and for the People’s Choice Award. Poster awards will be determined, and awarded on Friday, March 17th.

Registration 

Professional/General  

 

Student 

 

Thank you to our partners!

The Higher Ed Forum is supported and informed by sustainability staff and students from Weber State University and partners from the Salt Lake Community College, University of Utah, and Westminster. Thank you to these institutions for making the Higher Ed Forum the venue for conversation, innovation and regeneration.