NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences (CAHNS) will partner with the Center for Service Learning and the Sustainability Department to host an Earth Day Celebration on Tuesday, April 22 beginning at 1 p.m. in the Agricultural Information and Technology Center (AITC).
A schedule of the planned events include:
- 1 p.m. Welcome and Earth Day History
- Dr. De’Etra Young, Assistant Professor
- 1:15 Go Green North Nashville and TSU Service Learning Day
- Roni Christian, GGNN Program Manager
- 1:30 TSU Sustainability Initiatives
- Dr. Joseph Perry, Director of Sustainability
- 1:45 Campus Tree Tagging (Arboretum and CAHNS Outdoor Classroom Initiative)
- Richard Link, Research Assistant
- 2:45 Earth Day Activities with TSU Early Learning Center
- Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS)
Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.
The event is free to attend and students, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate. For questions, please contact Dr. De’Etra Young at 615.963.5123 or email@example.com.
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