TC Teach-In on Climate and Justice

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TC Teach-In on Climate and Justice


Thursday, March 31, 2022
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Open to:
Alumni, Current Students, Faculty & Staff, TC Community
Come join us at the TC Teach-In! We will discuss the intersection of climate change and our respective research and teaching interests.

About this event

Updated Info:

6:00pm to 7:00pm - TC Clubs, Centers, and Initiatives will host booths and engage Teach-In attendees in conversation around the intersection of climate change/sustainability and their organization's mission. There will be food and beverages!

7:00pm to 8:00pm - A panel of esteemed TC faculty will discuss how their research intersects with climate change/sustainability and envision what steps TC has to take in order to become a greener, more equitable, and more sustainable future. Attendees will have a chance to ask questions to panelists. 

*This will be an in-person event. 

**There will be vegetarian food and drinks. Bring your own cups! 

The primary aim of the TC Teach-In is to host a space to be able to bring faculty, academics, and practitioners from different academic disciplines together to discuss the intersection of climate change and their respective research areas, academic interests, and courses. We see this conversation as a spark to ignite a broader conversation throughout the college of how the TC community can prepare students to address the climate crises. The primary topics which will be discussed are climate change, climate justice, education for sustainable development, and environmental education.

The Teach-In seeks to create a community of scholars who see their research intersect with climate change and urge TC to adopt a whole-institution approach to combating climate change and climate injustice. This includes integrating climate change learning across academic disciplines offered at TC, research, teacher training programs, and an eco-conscious leadership model to ensure that TC graduates are climate literate and prepared to take action in their respective professional careers.

*This event is hosted by the TC Center for Sustainable Futures


To request disability-related accommodations, contact OASID at oasid@tc.edu, (212) 678-3689, as early as possible.

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