Beginning in March 2013, Bucknell's annual Sustainability Symposium has explored diverse aspects of sustainability from multiple disciplinary perspectives using a range of approaches:

  • Faculty-led panels that bring together multiple classes with public audiences to explore sustainability themes and issues.
  • Public keynote talks by leading sustainability scholars and practitioners.
  • Poster sessions featuring student research on sustainability topics.
  • Creative displays, art installations, and demonstrations that exemplify sustainability.
  • Student-led activities oriented toward collective action on sustainability.

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"Envisioning a Sustainable University"

view of the Susquehanna River near campus

The first Sustainability Symposium was held March 28, 2013.

"Business as usual is no longer business as usual," said Jamie Hendry, Bucknell associate professor of management, at the University's first Sustainability Symposium.

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