A special SCU Center for Sustainability and Gonzaga University Office of Sustainability presentation.
In a climate crisis, sustainability work needs to address the realities of a destabilizing social and ecological reality. If students do not understand the persistence and accelerating rate of existential threats, it will be hard for them to use the power and voice they do have to actually make a difference for the common good.
What kinds of careers in education allow you to shape the response of a large institution to the climate crisis as an employee or manager? What kinds of civic engagement and graduate school trajectories do climate crisis savvy graduates take to make a real difference?
Join Gonzaga alumna Mikaela Schlesinger and Gonzaga Office of Sustainability director Jim Simon who will share the paths they took (and are taking!) to bridge their backgrounds in various undergraduate institutions and majors with the meaningful and impactful work they are doing today in climate and justice spheres.