Jay W. Roberts

Earlham College


Below are recent presentations connected to my work:

“Principles and Practices of Experiential Education.” Presentation given to the faculty at Maumee Valley School. Toledo, OH. Aug. 2014.

“Critical Sustainability.” Presentation at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) conference, Portland, OR. Oct. 2014

“The Live Encounter.” Presentation to the faculty at Brevard College, North Carolina. Jan. 2014.

“The Role of Experiential Education in Re-Thinking The Modern University.” Presentation for the University of Northern British Columbia. Jan. 2013

“Pedagogies of Place: Classrooms, Communities, and Collaborations.” Presentation for Miami University. Feb. 2013

Lawrence 2012. “The University of Nowhere: The Education of Place and the Place of Education in Sustainability Studies.” Presentation given at Lawrence University, Appleton, WI celebrating Earth Week 2012.

AASHE 2011. “Experiencing Sustainability: Thinking Deeper About Experiential Education.” A presentation at the 2011 Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education in Pittsburgh, PA.

Roberts AASHE 2010. “A Pedagogy of Place: Sustainability and Sense of Place in Higher Education.” A presentation given at the 2010 Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education conference in Denver, CO.

AERA Lifting the Roots-The Concept of Experience in Environmental Education. A paper given at the 2010 American Educational Research Association in Denver Colorado.

AASHE Greening the Curriculum.09. “It’s Not Just About The Physical Plant: Why Greening The Curriculum in Higher Education Matters.” A paper given at AASHE in 2009.

Quakers and Education for Sustainability. Paper on Quakers and Education for Sustainability (2007) printed in the Quaker Higher Education Quarterly.

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