|John Woolschlager, Ph.D. and Diana Carlin, Ph.D., participated in NAFSA's inaugural Colloquium on Internationalizing Sustainability-Focused Degree Programs. Photos by Robert McNair|
On Friday, May 31, the Center for Sustainability hosted the 2013 Colloquium on Internationalization and Sustainability, part of the larger 65th NAFSA Annual Conference and Expo held May 26-31 in St. Louis.
The colloquium attracted global leaders in higher education who came together to outline best practices, explore key issues, and discuss strategies for developing internationally focused sustainability programs."NAFSA literally brings to the world to the host city and for us, to SLU," said Diana Carlin, Ph.D., associated vice president of Graduate Education. "Having a key role in four colloquia, including the first one on sustainability, was an excellent way to showcase our strengths in law, business, medicine and public health, and sustainability. SLU's globalization efforts will profit from our involvement in NAFSA."