Outreach and Widening Participation
At Global Sustainable Development, we recognise the value of Education for Sustainable Development as a key promoter of change. We are highly committed to engaging a wide and diverse audience and advocate for the inclusion of sustainable development in the teaching curriculum to promote global citizenship among children of all ages. We are therefore excited to work with schools and teachers across the country to increase exposure and access to the study of global sustainable development. If you want to find out more, or start planning a session bespoke to you, please do get in touch with our Outreach Coordinator, Dr Maria Gavris: Maria.Gavris@warwick.ac.uk.
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Global Sustainable Development Competition
Each year, the Global Sustainable Development Department runs a competition for year 11 and 12 students (students aged between 15 and 17 years).
Entries are now closed for our 2022 competition.
A selection of recommended readings to broaden and deepen your knowledge of Global Sustainable Development.
Global Sustainable Development is not just worrying about the state of the world, but undertaking in-depth research and developing concrete proposals to better manage the development process.
On our MASc in Global Sustainable Development, students have the opportunity to ‘learn by doing’ through a transdisciplinary capstone project. We offer a choice of research, practice, and work-based experiences. The capstone project enables students to develop a skillset most suited to their future career goals.
Discover some of the exciting capstone projects led by our MASc students
As a GSD graduate, you can keep in touch with Warwick by registering your details at warwickgrad.net. By doing so, we will be able to let you know about what's going on in the Department, and we will also be able to inform you about any employment and training opportunities offered by the Department.
Find out more about becoming a part of the GSD Alumni Network.
The Global Challenges Mini-Series brings together staff and students from the School's GSD and Liberal Arts courses to discuss a number of testing challenges facing our world today.
Global Research Priorities
Our GSD programmes build on research excellence from across the University, including the work of the Global Research Priorities.
This year, the University invited some familiar faces to address our newest graduates at their ceremonies. Our GSD Class of 2022 heard from Global Goals Project Manager Elaine Wong (Psychology and Global Sustainable Development, 2019). Elaine spoke about her top three lessons from her time at Warwick: resilience, how to think and learn, and the importance of being a good student and friend. Elaine closed her speech by urging the Class of 2022 "to dream and to dare".
Above: Elaine speaking at the 2022 Graduation Ceremony