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First cohort of SDG Futures Fellows completes successful program

As the spring semester came to an end, the RCE Greater Atlanta’s first group of SDG Futures Fellows completed their yearlong program. This new fellowship aims to deepen the education of local higher education students about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), and to provide leadership training and professional development to help them take…

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Big Data Reveals An Inspiring Phenomenon About HBCUs in Greater Atlanta Leading the Way in Climate Resiliency For All

Written By: Amal Bennett-Judge Artwork Created By: Amal Bennett-Judge According to research led by Amal Marjani Bennett-Judge, a senior strategist from Howard University, and Dalero Berkeley, a Mechanical Engineer and Data Scientist from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 103 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) quietly reached for United Nations Sustainable Development Goals despite their communities…

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Inside Look at RCE Mentorship Program

The RCE Mentorship program was created in 2019, and was designed to connect students from across the Greater Atlanta area with a variety of mentors from industry, non-profits, and academic backgrounds. With 12 active pairs today, the mentorship program has created numerous connections between young and experienced professionals. The program runs on a semester basis,…

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RCE in 2023: First quarterly meeting and ways to get (more) involved

An excited crowd converged in the light-filled atrium of Atlanta City Hall on the morning of January 28, 2023. Over 100 people joined the RCE Greater Atlanta for its first in-person quarterly meeting since 2020. The meeting brought together civic leaders, activists, educators, business leaders, researchers, students, and concerned citizens from across the Greater Atlanta…

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Equitable Dinners

Two RCE Greater Atlanta members recently stepped up to facilitate a dinner for Equitable Dinners Atlanta on September 18, 2022: Norah Sinclair and Carolyn Aidman. The event was hosted by Out of Hand Theater, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Fulton County Remembrance Coalition, and many other community partners and provided breakfasts,…

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RCE Collaborates On New Report Regarding Equity

Read The Scheller College of Business Report From the report: Drawdown Georgia is inspired by Project Drawdown and funded by the Ray C. Anderson Foundation (RCAF). It includes a research collaborative whose purpose is to identify the highest potential carbon mitigation strategies for the state of Georgia, while also advancing equity, promoting economic development, improving…

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SDG Fellows (2022-2023)

Congratulations to the first class of SDG Futures Fellows! We are excited to go on a journey with this cohort as they learn more about sustainable development and equity, focused on the Greater Atlanta region. The 27 Fellows represent a wide variety of backgrounds, coming to the program from 9 Greater Atlanta Higher Education Institutions…

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SDG Futures Fellowship

RCE Greater Atlanta is proud to announce the SDG Futures Fellowship, aimed at education about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), leadership, and professional development!

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5th Annual EQUINOX Symposium

The annual EQUINOX Symposium is focused on the interconnected Sustainable Development Goals to catalyze interdisciplinary partnership and scholarship on sustainability with international, regional, and local speakers, and attendees. A multi-sponsored platform, the EQUINOX brings together institutions of higher education, professionals, policymakers, stakeholders, community members, and advocates.

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