14.30 - 15.45 

Session A: Whole institution approaches of assessing sustainability in higher education 

1. Miriam Minderman (Sustainable Development Initiative), Netherlands

Towards transformative assessment of higher education for sustainable development

2. Sara Rymenams (University Colleges Leuven-Limburg) and Wim Labrechts (University of Antwerp), Belgium

Assessing sustainability in the university with the AISHE 2.0 instrument: towards a holistic approach?

3. Alan AtKisson, AtKisson (Group/Uppsala University), Sweden; Dana Kapitulčinová (Charles University in Prague) Czech Republic; Markus Will (University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz), Germany and Joanne Perdue (University of Calgary), Canada 

CompassU as a toolset to evaluate and accelerate sustainability practice at HEIs

4. Alonso Gil-Casares and Ignacio Maroto (ISEAD Business School)

PRME Iberian Chapter: PRME Indicators Project 

Session B: Innovative teaching and learning for sustainable development

1. Oscar Marcos and Jordi Serra (University of Barcelona), Spain

Service learning as a key support tool for the University of Barcelona Sustainability Action Plan

2. Petra Biberhofer and Christian Rammel (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Austria

Transdisciplinary learning and teaching as answers to urban sustainability challenges

3. Christine Willmore (University of Bristol), United Kingdom

City Student sustainability engagement as a locale for developing intercultural competences

4. Joop de Kraker, (Open Universiteit, Maastricht University) & Ron Cövers and Astrid Offermans, (Maastricht University), Netherlands

The role of student diversity in competence-based Higher Education for Sustainable Development

5. Miren Onaindia, Ibone Amatzaga and Jasone Unzueta (University of the Basque Country), Spain

Postgraduate degree on Environment and Sustainability, a public-private collaboration for a more sustainable life style

6. Mª Angels Ull, (Valencia University), Spain

Sustainability at the University of Valencia. Study of the inclusion of competences for sustainability in university degrees



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