Developing Change Agents: Innovative Practices for Sustainability Leadership

Release Date: Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019

Developing Change Agents examines the role of academia in creating the next generation of sustainability leaders. Delving into strategies to transform higher education, this volume empowers universities to develop change agents who can scale solutions to meet the wicked environmental, social, and political challenges of the present and future. Developing Change Agents advances a revolutionary perspective on the way academia functions from the administrative hierarchies to faculty, and the classroom and to deep engagement in the communities where the solutions must be co-created. This book works to find a transdisciplinary, effective method of tackling the world’s issues with reference to emotional intelligence, diversity, community, and reward structures and supports a tailored, reflexive approach based upon each university’s diverse and unique students, faculty, programs, and communities.

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If you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the editors:

Kristi L. Kremers
University of Minnesota
kremers@umn.edu

Alexander S. Liepins
McGill University
alexander.liepins@mcgill.ca

Abigail M. York
Arizona State University
Abigail.York@asu.edu