Integrity of Creation Conference: Building resiliency to the climate crisis

Building a Sustainable World

Sept. 29-30, 2020

 

The Sixth Annual Presidential Conference on the Integrity of Creation

Welcome Address: President of Duquesne University

Conference Schedule

Due to Covid-19, the Conference is virtual. The zoom links will be posted in connection with each conference session.

Integrity of Creation Conference 2020
Revised, 8-7-2020
DRAFT SCHEDULE DRAFT SCHEDULE
Tue. Sep.29 Wed. Sep.30
75 Minutes:
50 Minutes:
9:25-10:40, Workshop #1.
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10:00-10:50, Workshop #5.
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10:50-12:05, Workshop #2.
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11:00-11:50, Workshop #6.
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12:15-1:30, Workshop #3.
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1:00-1:50, Workshop #7.
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1:40-2:55, Workshop #4.
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2:00-2:50, Workshop #8.
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3:05-4:20, Sustainability Panel.
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3:00-5:00, Virtual Posters.
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6:00-7:30pm, Speaker Presentation.
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Meghan Fay Zahniser, Executive Director of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).

6:00-7:30pm, Speaker Presentation.
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Christine Daugherty, VP for Sustainable Agriculture & Responsible Sourcing, Pepsico.                                                           

Plenary Speakers

Tuesday September 29, 6:00-7:30pm.
Meghan Fay Zahniser, Executive Director, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). 
Presentation Title: Sustainability in Higher Education: Past, Present & Future.
Zoom Link: tba.

Wednesday September 30, 6:00-7:30pm.
Christine Daugherty, Vice President for Sustainable Agriculture & Responsible Sourcing, Pepsico.
Presentation Title: tba
Zoom Link: tba.

Sustainability Workshop

Tuesday September 29, 3:05-4:20pm. Zoom Link: tba.
David W. Orr, Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies & Politics, Emeritus, Oberlin College. Discussion Topic: tba. pdf on democracy

Ben McCall, Executive Director of the Hanley Sustainability Institute at the University of Dayton. Discussion Topic: "A Rapid Transition to a Fully Electrified, Renewably Powered, Carbon Neutral Campus: Technical, Economic, and Moral Considerations." 

Duquesne University Faculty: John Stolz, Robert Sroufe, Daniel P. Scheid.

Conference PowerPoint Planning 

Student Participation

Writing Guidelines