Free and open to the public, this event includes an opportunity to be part of a 'live studio audience' for the making of a special episode of The Sweaty Penguin, featuring KU Posdoctoral Researcher Dr. Malena Orduña Alegría, a socio-hydrologist at the Kansas Geological Survey.
This event is offered in conjunction with will take place in person, in the Hawk's Nest, Kansas Union Level 1, 1301 Jayhawk Blvd, Lawrence, KS. Pizza and soft drinks will be provided.
This series showcases the works of leaders included in All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis, edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson & Katharine K. Wilkinson, whose work span disciplines and ways of addressing the climate crisis.
This event is virtual only. Register at https://bit.ly/HittKU
Supported by: The Commons; the Hall Center for the Humanities; the Environmental Studies Program; the KU Departments of African and African-American Studies, English, Geography and Atmospheric Science, and Geology; the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity; the History of Black Writing; the Office of Multicultural Affairs; and the University Honors Program.
On Wednesday, April 3, from 6 pm - 7:30 pm, please join the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity in partnership with The Commons in Burge Union, Forum B, for a special Global Climate Teach-In session of Zines & Za, our series of recurring zine nights hosted by Zine Fellow Monty Protest.
This event is in-person only and will take place in the Burge Union, Forum B, 1565 Irving Hill Rd, Lawrence, KS.
This event is in-person only and will occur at Liberty Hall in downtown Lawrence, KS at 644 Massachusetts St.
Red Hot Research is an event for KU Researchers at the faculty, graduate student, and staff levels, to exchange ideas and find collaborators. The sessions include perspectives across a range of disciplines all speaking to a common, broad theme. The format is inspired by Pecha Kucha, in that it features short talks to foster audience engagement.
This event will take place in person, in Watson Library, 3W. It is open to faculty, staff, and graduate students.
2024 Global Climate Teach-in Events
Why a Climate Teach-In?
The World Wide Teach-In is an event focused on creating Climate and Justice dialogues at K-12 Schools, Colleges, Universities, and greater communities across the globe. A Teach-In model invites researchers, community leaders, students, and faith groups to speak for 5 minutes, and then participate in solutions-oriented discussions with attendees that will drive interdisciplinary perspectives and cultivate actionable solutions for your college and community.
How is it "Global?"
Through this effort, led by Bard College, more than 350 organizations across more than 50 countries will host Teach-In events on March 29.
Does it cost anything to attend?
The event is free and open to the public, but we ask that you register in advance. Attend in person or online. Food will be provided at Maceli's Banquet Hall.
2023 Climate Teach-in
Global Climate Teach-in
2022 Climate Teach-in
Climate Justice Across Domains, Local to Global