Sustainability Initiatives Series at Southern On The Green
A Shared Collaborative Between SCSU and the Regional Water Authority
Southern recognizes the importance of community connections. Sustainability in a broad sense can be seen as a framework of engagement for a healthy environment -- accessible education that fosters student success, businesses that value practices of conscious capitalism, and a commitment to health and wellness. The values that advance an overall sustainable community are interconnected.
Among the various activities that occur at Southern on the Green (SOTG), the Sustainability Initiatives Series is an important set of conversations that involve Southern, community and business leaders, and other friends who are willing to explore ideas, opportunities, challenges, and a commitment to positive action. These conversations are led by remarkably impressive panelists who are highly regarded as leaders in their respective fields. Additionally, the events offer informative and robust dialogue, and are attended by a highly energized audience of university staff, faculty, students, and local community members.
The university is thankful for the opportunity to partner with the Regional Water Authority in hosting these conversations at Southern On The Green.
For more information at the Sustainability Initiatives at Southern on the Green, please
contact Dawud Amin, SOTG Coordinator, at AminD1@SouthernCT.edu.
Thursday, November 30, 2017
6 - 8 p.m.
"Women Leading Change: Promoting and Sustaining Women in Leadership Roles"
Dr. Maysa Akbar, PhD, ABPP
Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale School of Medicine’s Child Study Center; CEO, Integrated Wellness Group
Kate C. Farrar
Executive Director, Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund
Executive Director, Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities
Estela Lopez, PhD
Past Interim Provost, Connecticut State Colleges & Universities Board of Regents
Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean, Associate Professor of Political Science, Quinnipiac University
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
"To Good To Waste: Food, Sustainability, And Scaling Beyond Local"
Melissa Spear, Director, Common Ground High School, New Haven, CT
Adam Lowy, Founder and Executive Director, Move for Hunger, Asbury Park, NJ
Brian Paganini, Vice President and Managing Director, Quantum Biopower, Southington, CT
Suzanne E. Huminski, Sustainability Coordinator, Office of Sustainability
March 23, 2017
"Community Health, Equity and Sustainability: Considerations in the Face of State
Alice M. Forrester, CEO, Clifford Beers Clinic
Heather LaTorra, President and CEO, Marrakech, Inc.
Michael Taylor, CEO for Cornell Scott Hill Health Center Sandra Bulmer, Dean, SCSU School of Health and Human Services
November 15, 2016
"Conscious Capitalism: Finding Higher Purpose in Business and Academia"
Larry Bingham, President and CEO, Regional Water Authority
Denise DiGrigoli, Business Strategist, Author, and Talk Show Host
Charlie Yang, Professor, SCSU School of Business