Conference & Expo -- November 9-11th -- Raleigh, NC
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AASHE 2008 Round Up!
Thank you to the 1,800+ participants, 400 presenters, 130 exhibitors, 28 sponsors, four host institutions and dozens of volunteers and event staff that made AASHE 2008 a tremendous success! The high levels of energy and engagement you brought to the Raleigh Convention Center were truly inspiring. We hope that the speakers, presentations, papers and sights of AASHE 2008 will continue to motivate and inspire through these resources:
We are pleased to invite you to Raleigh, NC, for the 2nd biennial conference of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
AASHE 2008 offers an exciting and unique opportunity for every sector of higher education in the United States & Canada to come best online pokies together to demonstrate how colleges and universities can lead the way to a sustainable future. Whether student or administrator, faculty or staff, community member or business, your participation in this inspiring event is welcome.
Reflecting this year's theme, "Working Together for Sustainability - On Campus and Beyond," in partnership with Sustainable North Carolina we are offering a special, two-day tradeshow: Sustainable Solutions Expo: Green Solutions for Campuses, Businesses and Institutions. Admission is included with conference registration.
We look forward to seeing you in November!
-- Yolanda Moses
Conference Chair and AASHE Board Member
University of California, Riverside
Raleigh Convention Center - 500 S. Salisbury Street
Raleigh Convention Center Information
Goals of AASHE 2008
Following the theme "Working Together for Sustainability - On Campus and Beyond," conference goals include:
- Advance sustainability practices on campus and beyond through partnerships and collaborations.
- Increase the integration of social responsibility & social justice into mainstream campus sustainability.
- Promote new pathways for elevating sustainability education and student leadership development.
- Magnify the role of campuses as responsible members of communities, both local and global.
- Involve a wider range of participants in advancing sustainability in higher education.
Welcome letter from Chancellor Kenneth E. Peacock
Welcome letter from President Richard H.Brodhead
Welcome letter from Chancellor James L. Oblinger
Welcome letter from Chancellor Holden Thorp