London Student Sustainability Conference 2022 (Thursday, 24th February 2022)
The London Student Sustainability Conference is returning on Thursday 24 February 2022. After previous successful conferences, we are looking forward to welcoming students, staff, professionals and members of the public to our hybrid event.
Join us to share your work or find out more about the projects of students across London which is supporting the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development and inspiring positive impact in the world.
The London Student Sustainability Conference 2022 application process is open to all university students studying at a London university campus.
We are looking for academic work or extra-curricular projects which support one or more of the 17 UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development. You are welcome to exhibit your work through presentations, posters and other performances or media (more details below). This is a great opportunity to share your work with a diverse audience, practice presentation skills and network with students, staff and professionals from universities across London and beyond.
As part of our commitment to equity and inclusion, we would particularly like to encourage applications from students who identify as underrepresented groups including women, BAME, LGBT+ community and disabled individuals to apply for this opportunity.
The Conference will be a hybrid event, taking place at a central London venue on Thursday 24th February 2022.
How to apply
Before you start your application, please take a look at the Application Guidelines to familiarize yourself with the key dates, submission requirements, and tips on applying.
To apply, please complete the application form by midnight, Sunday 19th December 2021.
All presenters, apart from video and performance submissions, will create a poster which will be displayed throughout the day. Posters are a great way to present your research/project in an attractive and easy-to-read format. Your poster should be A1 size (either landscape or portrait) and contain a mixture of text, images and graphics.
You can decide on the layout, but it must be clear and logical so that the reader’s eye naturally follows the flow of text. Our poster checklist tells you all you need to know about creating a poster.
In addition, students can present their project or research in a 10 minute presentation, using slides if you wish (PowerPoint, PDF, Prezi etc), which will then be followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
Videos, performances and art installations
We also encourage students to apply whose project or research takes the form of a video, music, dance or spoken word performance, art installation or practical demonstration!
Join us on Thursday 24th February 2022 to:
Broaden your knowledge of the challenges and solutions to today's most critical issues
Network with students, academics and professionals from universities across London
Gain inspiration for your own research or dissertation projects
Registration for your free ticket will be open in January 2022. For questions or further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.