Behavioural change for sustainable development

Four European academics explore how universities can encourage positive behaviour change among students in line with the Sustainable Development Goals

Leiden University,University of Bologna,INSEAD ,Aalborg University
1 Oct 2021
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As centres of learning and research, universities have a powerful role to play in working towards the SDGs and finding ways to encourage behavioural change, in the short-term and long-term, is part of this. During this webinar, four academics from across Europe discuss how institutions can do this most effectively and work towards sustainability goals while prioritising student success.   

Featuring Thijs Bosker, associate professor of environmental science, Leiden University in The Netherlands; Khatereh Ghasemzadeh, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bologna, Italy; Marc Le Menestrel, affiliate professor of decision sciences at INSEAD; and Jakob Stoustrup, vice-dean of education and professor of control theory at Aalborg University in Denmark. 

This webinar was recorded as part of the THE Student Success Forum 2021. Further recordings of student success webinars can be found via the event website.  

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