16.15 - 17.15 

Session C: Assessing and evaluating sustainability education 

1. Jean-Christophe Carteron, (Kedge Business School), France

The Sustainability Literacy Test: Can Universities be sure they are producing sustainability literate graduates?

2. Kerstin Sonesson and Birgitta Nordénm (Malmö University), Sweden

Assessing international teacher students' knowledge on environmental and sustainability challenges through a literature seminar

3. David Alba and Javier Benayas (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), José Gutiérrez (Universidad de Granada), Spain

The evaluation of university sustainability programs in Spain: challenges and opportunities

4. Jordi Segalás (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya), Aitxiber Zallo and Iratxe Amiano (University of the Basque Country), Gemma Tejedor (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya), Spain

Backcasting for sustainability in higher education. Assessing Sustainability Education Visions. Seminar at the University of the Basque Country


Session D: Sustainability processes at universities

1. Anne Zimmermann, Helen Plüss, Karl Herweg, Lilian Trechsel, Lara Lundsgaard-Hansen and Doris Wastl-Walter (University of Bern), Switzerland

A successful way of anchoring Sustainable Development in tertiary education? Experience garnered at the University of Bern, Switzerland

2. Gisela Cebrián (Camilo José Cela University), Spain

Taking action to create more sustainable universities: a case at the University of Southampton

3. Claudia T. Schmitt and Alexander Bassen, (Universität Hamburg), Germany

Processes towards generating a sustainable university: example of an applied whole institution approach to support an integrated system transformation

4. Jesús Rodríguez-Pomeda, Flor Sánchez, Leyla Angélica Sandoval and Fernando Casani (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Spain

Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility of University Students – A Transcultural Study

5. Mª Jose Bautista-Cerro & Mª Angeles Murga-Meroyo (Unesco Chair in Environmental Education & Sustainable Development), Spain

Curricular sustainability at the UNED. Study for the inclusion of the principles and values of sustainable development in the university degrees.




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