"Should Climate Change Change the Curriculum?" Mini-Lecture
Working with the College’s Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE), PPEH is organizing a year-long series of interactive webinars exploring ecoliteracy, climate change, and the liberal arts curriculum. Live on-line events range from a panel of presentations by leaders at peer institutions to interactive student-centered workshops promoting eco- and climate literacy. This mini-lecture, “Should Climate Change Change the Curriculum?” introduces the webinar series and is also offered as part of Penn's Climate Week.
From the Climate Week at Penn website:
The 1.5 Minute Climate Lectures will return on September 23rd as part of Climate Week at Penn. Professors and leaders from across the University will unite in a series of virtual lectures to sound the alarm about the climate emergency, to call for large-scale climate action, and to share a vision of constructive and comprehensive response.
Living on Borrowed Breath: We’re Pushing the Ocean to Its Limit
Katie Barott, Assistant Professor of Biology
Care for the Planet as Spiritual Practice
Charles “Chaz” Howard, Vice President for Social Equity and Community and University Chaplain
Ain’t I a Student? Fieldnotes From the Frontline
Maris Jones, Ph.D. Student in Anthropology and Africana Studies
Microbial Multitudes Turn Earth’s Biogeochemical Gears
Ileana Perez-Rodriguez, Elliman Faculty Fellow and Assistant Professor of Earth and Environment Science
Should Climate Change Change the Curriculum?
Bethany Wiggin, Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures and Director of the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities
To watch last year's 1.5* Minute Climate Lectures, please visit their Vimeo library.