Upcoming & Current Programs

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Interested in learning more about sustainable development campus and community events?  Please view below to stay engaged and up-to-date on local SDG activities:

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    Consular Connections Program Series -Geopolitics: The Parallels between Current International Relations & Ancient Greece

    The Consular Connections Program is a series of virtual events created to give the Greater Atlanta community the opportunity to learn more about different countries and world topics from global Ambassadors appointed in the United States.  

    Our next session that will be held on November 11th at 11AM will be led by Theodoros Dimopoulos, the Consul of Greece in Atlanta.  He will discuss Geopolitics during the session and break down the parallels between current international relations & Ancient Greece. Click the link to register.

Campus Events & Activities

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    KSU’s Office of Campus Planning and Sustainability Events

    KSU's Office of Campus Planning and Sustainability hosts and promotes multiple sustainability events throughout the year. Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend these events to learn more about sustainability initiatives on- and off-campus. These events offer great educational and networking opportunities for those looking to build a career in sustainability.

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    CARE Services

    CARE Services has a mission is to provide access to food, temporary housing, and other supportive services to foster KSU students’ realization of a healthy, stable, and dignified life academically and professionally. Furthermore, they serve as a model of professional excellence and effectiveness by upholding core values of social justice, equity, economic sustainability, and mutual partnership. CARE Services offers a variety of ways to help and get involved.

Other Community Events & Activities

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    RCE Greater Atlanta Events

    RCE Greater Atlanta's aim is to create a new regional model for collective impact, by harnessing higher education capacity and knowledge for regional benefit – and in the process, better preparing our youth to be sustainable development changemakers, in Greater Atlanta and beyond.

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    Sustainability in Action Roundtable – Hosted by Southface

    The Sustainability in Action Roundtable (SART) is a policy and discussion forum open to the public. It attracts professionals from multiple sectors, as well as policymakers, members of the media and concerned citizens from Atlanta and beyond. SART focuses on environmental and social issues facing metro Atlanta, the region and beyond, with topics that include sustainability in business and industry, building science, urban planning, government policy and more.