SusSEd provides the opportunity for anyone at the University to learn about sustainability by opening up current research and sustainability initiatives to a wide audience through a series of engaging talks and workshops. These talks consider the social, environmental and economic principles of sustainability, giving a more holistic view.
SusSEd brings in speakers from every faculty. We’ve heard from some brilliant speakers, covering a whole range of topics from urban wildlife to food waste, energy usage to poverty.
SusSEd is open to all staff and students at the University of Sheffield and the sessions currently run as lunchtime lectures in February.
Undergraduate students can gain accreditation for their Higher Education Achievement Record (HEAR) by attending 6 of the core sessions.