We are very happy to announce the keynote for this year's Mitchell Sustainability Symposium is Darrell Bazzell, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at UT Austin. Bazzell's keynote address will include a Q&A with attendees. Following the keynote, please join us for lunch and networking. Be sure to RSVP at

The full agenda and slate of Symposium speakers is now available. The morning features a panel discussion on The Future of Campus with Brent Stringfellow, Director of Campus Planning, and Dr. Fernanda Leite, Professor & John A. Focht Centennial Teaching Fellow in Civil Engineering. The Symposium will conclude with a series of lightning talks from faculty, staff, and students. They'll share their expertise on sustainability in the curriculum; disaster preparedness; diversity, equity, & inclusion in the workplace; and more.

Join us on October 14th as we explore The Future of...
UT Austin is a proud Official Host Institution for the 2022 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE). With a theme of “The Urgency of Now,” this year’s conference is a clarion call for transformative sustainability solutions that match the speed and scale of the challenges we face. Are you committed to urgent change at UT Austin and beyond? Join us at GSCHE on Oct. 18, Oct. 26, and Nov. 3! The full schedule is now available, view it here.

This virtual conference is FREE for UT Austin students, staff, and faculty. Register at using your university email and promo code: UNITXAUS210722 
The 2022 Mitchell Sustainability Symposium is cosponsored by the Office of Sustainability and Planet Texas 2050. Thank you to the Mitchell Foundation and Dell Technologies for their continued support of campus sustainability.
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