Do you want to work with the SDG's?
Learn more about your opportunities as a student here.
Do you or your association have lots of good ideas for activities based on the UN’s SDGs? If so you can apply for funds in the The Students’ SDG Pool. The application deadline is October 1, 2020.
On 5 February 2021, SDU has officially worked with the UN’s 17 SDGs for 500 days. As a nearly graduated biologist I love the SDGs and the implying possibilities for changes. That is the reason why I joined SDU’s SDG journey from the very beginning.
150 students jump-started the year with an international competition for sustainability, when Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) hosted the Green Campus Challenge 2021 alongside The Confederation of Danish Industry
And be part of improving well-being among students at SDU during COVID-19
The Inspiration Prize is presented to a group of staff and/or students who have devoted themselves to working with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Three students were tired of not being able to find sustainable sanitary towels. So, they developed one from plant fibres that is just as absorbent as conventional sanitary towels. Now they are looking for patents and investors.
Technical Services is working flat out to make waste sorting more visible at SDU on a daily basis. This it is not as simple as it sounds however, but through a joint effort we are heading in the right direction.
SDU will be replacing its printers in week 7. 276 of the old printers will be replaced by 140 new printers, which are faster, ensure a higher degree of confidentiality and use much less energy.
Old unused furniture is being taken out from the basement and getting a new design in a project that will give staff and students more opportunities to sit outside
The Executive Board has selected four projects that will receive financial support from the Executive Board’s Strategic Pool over the next three years