Sustainability and social responsibility are each holistic means to involve an entire student community. For universities and colleges, students are a significant aspect of campus life and its community. Every new intake brings new energy, perspectives, and ambitions that should be harnessed for the benefit of all. As future change agents, students should receive the tools and encouragement to take on this journey in as active players looking for positive outcomes.
EAUC-Scotland's Community Engagement Topic Support Network (TSN) is open to all, providing an opportunity for those working in or with the further and higher education sector to share ideas and questions and to get together to hear from particular speakers or discuss topics of interest.
STUDENT: Charlotte Evans and Millicent Sutton, University of St Andrews
STUDENT: Meggie Eloy and Carla Field, University of Leicester
Cibele Machado Fontoura, Kingston School of Art
Nalinee Netithammakorn, De Montfort University
Powering ahead with a low carbon supply
Nurture and Grow: Connecting people through nature
Plastic Free LSE
It’s Time for Change - What will yours be?
Green Move Out and Student Volunteers
BLC: Keen to go green!
Empowering the next generation for a sustainable creative sector and beyond
OfS Challenge Competition: Achieving a step change in mental health outcomes for all students This Challenge Competition encouraged universities and colleges,...
Extinction Rebellion Takeover - Creatives prove that change can happen
Collaboration: Learning and sharing together
A Rounder Sense of Purpose
Collaborations for Change: Integrating the SDGs in Further and Higher Education
Sustainability by Crowd - Using crowd research technique for making a more sustainable campus
Girls in Energy - A catalyst for change