Queen’s University annual Sustainability Student Summit will take place on Tuesday 30 January, 5pm – 7pm in The Cube, One Elmwood. This is your opportunity to discuss key sustainability concerns you have around education, travel, food and finance.
Chaired by William Crawley, journalist and radio presenter, panel guests will include:
- Beth Elder, SU President
- Rachel Murphy, MSc student within School of Natural and Built Environment
- Jacobo Cortes Clavijo, MSc student within Business School
- Eimear O’Rourke, student within School of Biological Sciences
with responses from:
- Professor Judy Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education and Students, Queen’s University Belfast
- Tony Rafferty, Department of Infrastructure
- Lisa Bradly, Business School, Queen’s University Belfast
- Mura Quigley, Belfast City Council
Plus many others.
Come along to hear your peers talk about priorities for climate action, ask your questions and share your views.
We anticipate a high demand for this event. If you have booked a ticket and are no longer able to attend, we would be very grateful if you could make contact with us to let us know as soon as possible, so that we can release your ticket to someone else who may be on our waiting list. Please note that tickets are strictly limited to one ticket per student