College Funding has enabled a project between Change Makers and NTU, which will be led on the Imperial side by Dr Mark Pope.
2023-24 will see a new educational project on health and sustainability between CLCC's Change Makers and Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
NTU's Nurliyana Daros (Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core Office) and Imperial College London's Mark Pope (CLCC Teaching Fellow & Deputy Field Leader, Change Makers) will lead a project on Health and Sustainability Education in the coming academic year.
The project has been designed to address key tenets of the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and also align the two institutions' learning and teaching strategies.
Addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals head-on is also a key part of Imperial's academic strategy flagship project, the Global Development Hub. Read about the Global Development Hub and the UN SDGs
NTU and Imperial College staff and students will work together over 12 months through a series of events and digital tools that facilitate students’ engagement with transdisciplinary and co-creative design.
To learn more about this partnership with Singapore Technical University, read Mark Pope's blog post announcing he collaboration.
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Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication