TURN IDEAS AND COMMITMENTS INTO TANGIBLE ACTIONS THAT DELIVER POSITIVE RESULTS FOR STUDENTS, STAFF, AND FACULTY; THE ENVIRONMENT; AND YOUR INSTITUTION’S EDUCATIONAL MISSION AND BOTTOM LINE.
Please join the International Living Future Institute this June for the second annual Net Positive Symposium at the R.W. Kern Center: A Higher Education Event. This is THE PLACE to network and learn with others dedicated to created Living Buildings and Living Campuses. Last year’s event sold out fast so register today.
Higher education institutions have long been centers of innovation, research, and leadership, integral in shaping our society and culture. So, what better place than college and university campuses to create the most innovative and forward-thinking buildings and communities?
Campuses in the Northeast including—Hampshire College, Smith College, Williams College, and Yale—are on the forefront of transformation. These institutions, with others in the area and around the country, have been early adopters of the Living Building Challenge and the Living Community Challenge. This symposium will highlight projects and initiatives from a variety of campuses around the region and the country focusing on their holistic, multi-generational approach to sustainability, resiliency, health, innovation, and equity.
Visit Net Positive Symposium at the R.W. Kern Center: A Higher Education Event for details and registration.