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EAUC Annual Conference 2014

Last updated 27/02/2014

Day 1 Wednesday 7 May 2014 07.15am 12.00pm 09.00am 11.00am

09.50am 10.50am

Exhibitor set-up and registration Conference registration, enquiry desk and welcome refreshments EAUC Member only session

Sustainability sense: how values can help

All levels

Paul Murray, Associate Professor in Sustainability and Sustainable Construction, Plymouth University

Please note that you need to sign up for these sessions, this can be done online and you will be asked to confirm your attendance at registration/ be offered places if any are remaining

11.00am 11.50pm 12.00pm 2.30pm 12.30pm 12.55pm 1.00pm 1.25pm 1.30pm 1.55pm 2.00pm 2.25pm

2.30pm 4.00pm

Main Plenary - TBC Exhibition - lunch, refreshments and Exchanges - the lunch and refreshments within the exhibition space allow delegates to maximise their break times by visiting the exhibition stands and networking with key providers/companies within the sector, and, back by popular demand, the exchanges are 25 minute bite-sized sessions taking place inside the exhibition hall Exchange Session 1

You Can’t See It? Now You Can!

N/a

Ann-Marie Cornall, Sales Consultant, Assurance, Lucideon (formerly CICS)

Exchange Session 2

BREEAM New Construction 2014

N/a

Sarah McCarrick, BREEAM Senior Consultant, BRE Global

Exchange Session 3

Reserved for exchange area sponsor: SITA UK

N/a

TBC

Exchange Session 4

Title TBC

N/a

Jean-Christophe Carteron

Conference sessions

See descriptions below

2.30pm - 4.00pm Conference session: 1A

‘Tips and Tools for Creating a Better Future’ – a warts and all analysis of the process of change

2.30pm - 4.00pm Conference session: 1B

Delivering sustainability results through training

2.30pm - 4.00pm Conference session: 1C

Travel session - title TBC

2.30pm - 4.00pm Conference session: 1D

How you can measure and improve your own sustainability journey

2.30pm - 4.00pm Conference session: 1E

How do limbo dancing, landlords and student energy habits link?

All levels

More advanced TBC

All levels

More advanced

Jane Davidson, Director of INSPIRE (Institute for Sustainable Practice, Innovation and Resource Effectiveness), University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Dr Gavin Bunting, Academic lead for INSPIRE, University of Wales Trinity Saint David Jon Emmett, Sustainability Projects Officer, London School of Economics and Political Science and Stephanie Chesters, Sustainability Manager, University College London TBC Fiona Goodwin, Head of Membership Services, EAUC; Sue Sipple, Executive Assistant to Chief Financial and Operations Officer, Nottingham Trent University; Grant Anderson, Environmental Manager, Nottingham Trent University; Stephen Sterling, Professor of Sustainability Education, Plymouth University and Samantha Price, Sustainability Manager, Plymouth University Katy Boom, Director of Environmental Sustainability, University of Worcester and Peng Li, Energize Worcester Project Manager, University of Worcester Students’ Union

2.30pm - 4.00pm

Off-Campus Biodiversity Tour: 1F

4.00pm 5.00pm

Meet the exhibitors drinks reception - your personal invitation to “meet the exhibitors” at this drinks reception. The EAUC is proud to present its 2014 exhibitors. Come and meet the 50+ organisations showcasing their products and services supporting the sector as well as promoting their sustainability initiatives.

5.00pm 6.00pm

Free time for informal meetings, catching up with colleagues or checking into accommodation

6.00pm 7.00pm

Networking evening event 'Sustainability Storytelling’ - with a mix of challenging short stories and some intriguing storytelling activities that will help you in your own work, this networking event will give you the chance to meet old friends, make new ones and have a drink, helping you to get into the swing of things.

7.00pm 10.30pm

Buffet dinner - an opportunity to network with other attendees at the conference, whilst enjoying a buffet dinner

Nottingham Arboretum

All levels

TBC

A full description of the conference sessions can be found online: www.eventsforce.net/eauc2014


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Day 2 Thursday 8 May 2014 - welcome to student day! Taking place on Thursday 8 May our student day is a must. It is full of practical examples, case studies, exchanging of ideas, discussion forums and networking opportunities with the sector movers and shakers. 7.30am Early morning tours/activities - TBC 8.30am 8.30am - 9.00am

Registration and visit the exchange boards Another Green Revolution? Who now has the sustainability mandate at your university or college?

Ann Finlayson, Commissioner - Education and Capability Building, SEEd; Arian Meyer, rootAbility; Dom Anderson, Vice President (Society and Citizenship), NUS; Jamie Agombar, Ethical and Environmental Manager, NUS and Steve Egan, Deputy Chief Executive, HEFCE

9.00am 10.00am

Main Plenary

10.00am 11.30am

Refreshments, exhibition and Exchanges - refreshments within the exhibition space allow delegates to maximise their break times by visiting the exhibition stands and networking with key providers/companies within the sector, and, back by popular demand, the exchanges are 25 minute bite-sized sessions taking place inside the exhibition hall

Enables young professionals to come together to 10.00am - New Professionals Networking form a network, provide support on key discussion 11.15am Opportunity points, share ideas and build connections

All levels

Starting out/ On Camilla Tunney, Education Projects Coordinator, Change Agents UK and Leila McElvenney, Environment the road and Energy Assistant, University of Cambridge

10.00am Exchange Session 5 10.25am

Dare to Dream

All levels

Kirsti Norris, Sustainability Trainer, Facilitator and Consultant, Action for Sustainability Ltd

10.30am Exchange Session 6 10.55am

The top 5 tools for boosting your recycling rates and cutting waste contract costs. HINT: I used them successfully and didn’t have to spend any money.

All levels

Daniel O'Connor, WARPit

11.00am Exchange Session 7 11.25am

Storytelling and active listening as tools of empathy

All levels

Malcolm Green and Anthony Nanson

11.30am 12.30pm

Conference sessions

See descriptions below

11.30am 12.30pm

Conference session 2A

Making the links: Bringing together Enterprise and Sustainability Education

Martin Wiles, Head of Sustainability, University of Bristol; Dave Jarman Head of Enterprise Education, More advanced/ University of Bristol; Aisling Tierney, Student, University of Bristol and Chris Willmore, Academic On the road Director, University of Bristol

11.30am 12.30pm

Conference session 2B

From Manatees to Smileys – How energy visualisation can work for you.

More advanced

11.30am 12.30pm

Conference session 2C

Engaging the University of Leeds with an integrated Sustainability Strategy

On the road

11.30am 12.45pm

Conference session 2D

Collaborations in socially responsible procurement

More advanced

11.30am 12.30pm

Conference session 2E

Embedding sustainability in small and specialist institutions

Starting out/ On Peter Bingham, Director of Operations, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama the road

12.30pm 2.00pm

Lunch, exhibition and raising the sustainability bar - the sustainability bar is an opportunity for the support sponsors to meet with delegates, details to follow

Richard Bull, Senior Researcher, De Montfort University (DMU) and Neil Jennings, Programme Manager – Student Switch Off, National Union Students Dr. Louise Ellis, Head of Sustainability, University of Leeds and James Dixon-Gough, Sustainability Officer, University of Leeds Stephen Connor, Process and Best Practice Co-ordination Manager, APUC and Jim Cranshaw, Labour Rights Manager, People and Planet

1.00pm Exchange Session 8 1.25pm

Managing waste wisely – a guide to joint procurement for waste management

All levels

Rebecca Bennett, Environment and Sustainability Officer, University of Salford and Alexander Clark, Sustainability Officer, University of Manchester

1.30pm Exchange Session 9 1.55pm

The Elephant in the Room?

All levels

Steve Marsden, Sustainability Officer, University Campus Suffolk

A full description of the conference sessions can be found online: www.eventsforce.net/eauc2014


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Day 2 - Thursday 8 May continued... 2.00pm 3.30pm

Conference sessions

See descriptions below

2.00pm - 3.30pm Conference sessions 3A

Sustainable university retrofits: challenges, opportunities, user engagement and lessons learnt

2.00pm - 3.30pm Conference sessions 3B

Engaging students through Student Wisdom Councils

2.00pm - 3.30pm Conference sessions 3C

Ethical Investment and the Carbon Bubble

Starting out/ On Louise Hazan, Campaigns Manager, People and Planet and A panel of speakers the road

2.00pm - 3.30pm Conference sessions 3D

Inside out and upside down.

On the road/ Professor Peter Vujakovic, Chair of Biodiversity Working Group /Ecology Research Group, Canterbury More advanced Christ Church University and Dr Nicola Kemp, Associate Lecturer (Childhood Studies), CCCU

2.00pm - 3.30pm Conference sessions 3E

UCCCfS session - title TBC

3.30pm 4.30pm

Exhibition, refreshments and exhibitor raffle

4.30pm 6.00pm

Conference sessions

On the road/ Mark Dowson, Sustainability Engineer, Buro Happold and Phil Hampshire, Senior Sustainability More advanced Consultant, Buro Happold (Bath)

All levels

Andrea Gewessler, Director, Change that Matters and Kirsti Norris, Sustainability Trainer, Facilitator and Consultant, Action for Sustainability Ltd

All levels

TBC

All levels

Andrew Smith, Head of Estates and Sustainable Development, HEFCE and Jamie Agombar – NUS Ethical and Environmental Manager and Member of HEFCE’s LGM Strategic Advisory Committee

See descriptions below

4.30pm - 6.00pm Conference sesssions 4A

HEFCE’s Sustainable Development Framework

4.30pm - 6.00pm Conference sesssions 4B

Transformation through partnership: the Students’ Green Fund

Starting out

Emily Thompson-Bell, Students’ Green Fund Programme Manager, National Union of Students,; Norrie Blackeby, Students' Green Unit Manager, University of Exeter Students’ Guild; Teresa Kennard, Sustainability Manager, Southampton University Students’ Union; and Christina Donovan, Students’ Union Officer, Wigan and Leigh College

4.30pm - 6.00pm Conference sesssions 4C

Future proofing student outcomes

Andrea Gewessler, Director, Change that Matters and Kirsti Norris, Sustainability Trainer, Facilitator and On the Road/ Consultant, Action for Sustainability Ltd and Pam Reynolds, Sustainability Manager, Blackpool and the More Advanced Fylde College

4.30pm - 6.00pm Conference sesssions 4D

How to avoid a riot while embedding highly segregated waste collections

More advanced

4.30pm - 6.00pm Conference sesssions 4E

Student-led initiatives on ESD and Coops from Universities of Bristol and Edinburgh

6.00pm 7.15pm 7.15pm onwards

On the road

Dean Drobot, Energy and Environment Manager, University of Strathclyde and Catalina Silva Plata, Environmental Intern , University of Strathclyde Aine Kavanagh, Student Director of the SHRUB Coop, University of Edinburgh; Aisling Tierney, Postgraduate Student Intern, University of Bristol; Martin Wiles, Head of Sustainability, University of Bristol and David Somervell, Head of SRS Futures, University of Edinburgh

Free time for informal meetings, catching up with colleagues or getting ready! Networking event: Conference Gala Dinner - 3 course dinner, entertainment and dancing (cash bar available) continued to day 3...

A full description of the conference sessions can be found online: www.eventsforce.net/eauc2014


Draft Conference Programme

EAUC Annual Conference 2014

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Day 3 Friday 9 May 2014 8.00am 9.00am 8.30am - 9.00am

Early morning tours/activities - TBC Conference registration and enquiry desk

9.00am 10.15am

Conference sessions

See descriptions below

9.00am 10.15am

Conference sessions 5A

Shaping Futures - the role of senior strategic leadership

9.00am 10.15am

Conference sessions 5B

Our hearts were in our mouths ...and other good food Hannah Smith, Green League Manager,People and Planet and Suzi Gammon, Catering Mark More advanced stories. Relationships Manager, Soil Association

9.00am 10.15am

Conference sessions 5C

Herding Cats – learn how you can do it too…

On the Road/ Dr. Andrew Smith, Director, ZapCarbon Ltd and John Bailey, Environmental Manager, University of More advanced London

9.00am 10.15am

Conference sessions 5D

Research into action: creating a Living Lab

More advanced

Conference sessions 5E

Business cases for sustainability (EAUC)

EAUC AGM

Come and learn about the EAUC and what we’ve been up to in 2013. Includes tea/coffee. Open to both EAUC Members and non-members. Only Members have voting rights

Main Plenary

TBC

Conference concludes

Takeaway lunch provided

EAUC Member only session

“Sustainability is an inside job” - How to boost motivation and resilience within you and your team...

9.00am 10.15am 10.20am 11.45am 11.50pm 12.50pm 12.50pm 1.00pm 2.20pm

On the road/ Doug Parkin, Programme Director, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education More advanced

TBC

All levels

Claire Hopkins, Living Laboratory for Sustainability Coordinator, University of Cambridge Environment and Energy Section and a University of Cambridge student who has taken part in the Living Lab TBC

Paul Harris (Communication Specialist & Executive Coach) and Jules Mitchell (Happiness Coach and Stress Management Consultant)

Please note that you need to sign up for these sessions, this can be done online and you will be asked to confirm your attendance at registration/ be offered places if any are remaining

Please note that lunch will be available within the room and the session will commence at 1.20pm.

A full description of the conference sessions can be found online: www.eventsforce.net/eauc2014


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