Georgia Tech is co-leading a global collaboration to develop an SDG “Virtual Mobility Project” – a series of online courses that bring together students and faculty from universities around the world to learn about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and put them into practice. Over the next few months, each partner university will host a webinar to share one area of expertise that they bring to the collaboration. Please join us for this webinar, hosted by the University of Geneva, on SDG 4: Quality Education – “Global citizenship education: Students acting in their local community.” Learn more here.
Please note that participants will be asked to do a short amount of reading to prepare ahead of time, and then submit a short video (5 mins) within a week of finishing the webinar. A jury from the different partner universities will meet to choose the best video. The winning group will have the opportunity to participate in an online summer school on Global Citizenship Education organized by the University of Geneva the University of Geneva in September 2021.
The Virtual Mobility Project is in partnership with Georgia Tech, McGill University, Tec de Monterrey, University of Cape Town, University of Edinburgh, and University of Geneva. More information about the webinar series can be found HERE.