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SUST Symposium 4.1 (Spring 2017) @RooseveltU: Advancing Campus Sustainability, Critiquing Neoliberalism

As part of #EarthMonth2017 at Roosevelt University, the Sustainability Studies Program hosted its Spring 2017 SUST Symposium on Wednesday 4/26 from 2-6pm in RU’s Gage Gallery in Chicago (18 S. Michigan Avenue). Symposium 4.1 featured nine team presentations by RU … Continue reading

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SUST Symposium 2017 Today in @RooseveltU’s Gage Gallery (2-6pm)

In celebration of #EarthMonth2017, the Roosevelt community is warmly invited to attend today’s Spring 2017 SUST Symposium, held from 2-6pm at RU’s Gage Gallery in Chicago (18 S. Michigan Ave.) and video-conferenced live via Zoom. Symposium 4.1 (Spring 2017) features … Continue reading

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SUST Symposium 2017 on Apr 26 (& other #EarthMonth Events @RooseveltU)

In celebration of #EarthMonth2017 at RU, please attend the Spring 2017 SUST Symposium, which will be held on Wednesday, April 26th, from 2-6pm at Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery in Chicago (18 S. Michigan Ave.) and videoconferenced live via Zoom. Symposium … Continue reading

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SUST Symposium 2017 on Apr 26 (& other #EarthMonth Events @RooseveltU)

Please save the date for the upcoming Spring 2017 SUST Symposium, which will be held on Wednesday, April 26th, from 2-6pm at Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery in Chicago (18 S. Michigan Ave.) and videoconferenced live via Zoom. Symposium 4.1 (Spring … Continue reading

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Northern Exposure: Student International Research Panel at RU Today, 3pm

As part of the 2016 Distinguished Environmental Justice Organizer Series hosted by the Joseph Loundy Human Rights Project, students that participated in Prof. Bethany Barratt’s POS 350 Environmental Justice class will report back from their comparative research trip in late … Continue reading

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Environmental Justice Students Report on Trip to the Pacific NW this Wed 12/7 at RU

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Environmental Justice on Chicago’s Southeast Side: Local Activists Speak at RU on Nov. 2

As part of RU’s Joseph Loundy Human Rights Project‘s 2016 Distinguished Environmental Justice Lecture Series this fall (and in recognition of #CampusSustainabilityMonth), Cheryl Johnson (President, People for Community Recovery), Peggy Salazar (Board Member and past Director, Southeast Environmental Task Force … Continue reading

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