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How to solve the race against time: a big-challenge approach to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

Event type

Leading and Designing Learning Experiences

Event bookings can only be created between

03/12/2021 - 03/02/2022

Topics covered include:


Course Documents


Who should attend?



Caroline Wilson


The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent big challenges requiring big imagination and big ideas from the next generation of decision-makers. Time is running out and we are behind schedule.
The role of universities is to prepare graduates ready to enter and lead in a world where addressing the multiple challenges of the SDGs – including climate change – will be centre stage. Every job and every life is affected.
This research-led workshop supports course and module leaders to start from key problems and identify what your discipline can contribute to the solution.
It will also help you signal to students the value of the skills they are learning in helping them to build meaningful and rewarding careers.

This session is led by colleagues from Curriculum 2025.

What are the benefits?

Visit the Curriculum 2025 Sustainability and Social Responsibility toolkit for more information about the SDGs.

Occasions for this event

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Occasion(s) Weekday Location Location status
Confirmed07/02/2022 10:00 - 11:00 Monday Online - link to be sent nearer the date Confirmed