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Target Audience: Academic Staff, Postgraduate Researchers
ESD, Me and a Cup of Tea is an informal lunchtime monthly meet up where Strathclyde staff share their experience of embedding Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) into their teaching and curriculum. Each month we'll hear from a different member of staff who will discuss their approach to ESD over a cuppa. Most sessions will last between 30-45 minutes. There's no formal presentation and discussion is encouraged.
This month we’ll hear from Marc Reid. Marc is a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow based in the Dept of Pure & Applied Chemistry. Outside academia, Marc is the author of the book You Are (Not) a Fraud. His related workshops on so-called Imposter Syndrome are now helping students and staff alike reframe this universally recognisable career challenge.
In this informal session, Marc will share a (very) brief, scene-setting overview of this mental health work before turning the open conversation to your thoughts on how this might link to Education for Sustainable Development.
All are welcome to join for what is sure to be an interesting session that provides a new perspective on ESD practice!
Feel free to bring your lunch!
Delivered By: Centre for Sustainable Development