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By 2025 it is reported that the global student population in FHE will reach over 260 million. Undergraduate students represent a force that is ready and waiting to be mobilised; to apply their new-found knowledge and skills NOW; and shape a sustainable future for themselves and all of us.
This is the guiding principle for the University of Strathclyde’s credit-bearing “Vertically Integrated Projects for Sustainable Development” (VIP4SD) programme. The programme uses the “Vertically Integrated Projects” approach to Research-Based Learning that emerged from Georgia Institute of Technology, as a mechanism for embedding Research-Based ESD in our undergraduate curricula.
Strathclyde is therefore challenging its students to work together as one to contribute NOW to the UN SDGs. By embedding Research-Based ESD in undergraduate curricula, this offers a platform to inspire, educate, equip and mobilise our undergraduate population to engage proactively with the SDG agenda now, and be constructive in helping our global society meet the challenges of sustainable development moving forward.
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University of Strathclyde recently ran a webinar discussing the Vertically Integrated Projects programme and in particular its application toward the Sustainable Development Goals at the University of Strathclyde. You can watch the recording of this here for further information.
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