October 7th 2021; 12pm-1:45pm U.S. Eastern Standard Time.
Organised by The European Union Association in the US and at the UN
The current global pandemic has impacted all aspects of human life including the way learning institutions work, operate and cooperate. In this virtual webinar event, our distinguished panelists will share their experience and perspective on this impact including the broader implications on sustainability.
Higher Education Attaché, Cultural Services
French Embassy in the United States
Södertörn University, Stockholm (Sweden)
Professor in Business Studies/Sustainable Development and Co-Creation
President of the International Sustainable Development Research Society
University of Hull, Yorkshire (United Kingdom)
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Professor of Human Geography, Department of Geography, Geology and Environment
Past President of the ISDRS, PI Cresting: Circular Economy: Sustainability Implications & Guiding Progress
David R. Perkins
Assistant Professor, Missouri State University (United States)
Faculty Department of Geography, Geology and Planning
Teaching Economic Geography, Sustainable Geotourism and Sustainability
Co-chair for the International Society of Biometerology's Commission on Climate, Tourism and Recreation
We look forward to an informative event and welcome you to join us.
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Format: Zoom Webinar.
There will be a Q&A session to conclude the event in which attendees are encouraged to present their questions to the panelists.