NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University, in collaboration with Lipscomb University, and Go Green North Nashville, will hold a sustainable Living Workshop on the TSU main campus on Thursday, Feb. 6.
Topics will include how to earn an MBA, M.S. or a certificate in sustainability; how to add the value of sustainability to a discipline; saving money on energy and water; improving in-door air quality; and how to improve your neighborhood.
Speakers will also share their vision about the potential future of society and sustainability.
The TSU Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement in the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resources; and the Institute for Sustainable Practices at Lipscomb University are presenting the workshop.
The one-day, two-hour-long workshop will be held in Holland Hall Room 238.
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