This category reflects that students and staff must work together to achieve goals using “top-down” and “bottom-up grass roots” methods to achieve maximum understanding and engagement across an institution. This in turn aids student progress and allows for opportunities to gain transferable employability skills. It looks at both the student input and the staff commitment and the relationship between the two. It must be clear that initiatives include both staff and students (not just one party) working in partnership.
Where staff and students are involved, as well as including the actual numbers, include how they are involved and what impact/influence they have had.
Examples could include: Social media projects; Awareness and communication campaigns; Procurement actions; Sustainability reporting and websites; Volunteering activities organised by unions, societies and similar organisations within institutions; Community projects.
The Winning entry will automatically be put forward for the International Green Gown Award for Student Engagement.
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Go Green Week: From campus to city - students lead the way
This Changes Everything: 11 songs about climate change
Reduce the Juice
When beasties go large: #beastsofUoN
Who cares about the Earth? Whole Earth brings a way to communicate sustainability through photography to our students!
You heard it through the green vine
Bottom up, top down, meet with outstanding student engagement at Cranfield