What is tUrn?
An invitation to all members of higher education institutions and partner networks, alumni, & community members to lean in to the climate crisis because it is time. And we must.
Whose tUrn is it?
tUrn offers an invitation for everyone, from artists to scientists, from economists to ecologists, to shape one lecture, meeting, or event to address climate crisis during tUrn weeks or attend a tUrn event.
What are the three facets of tUrn?
H E A D L I N E R S + R E S O U R C E S + P A R T N E R S
Who is tUrn for?
People who understand that only together, with time and space to learn, contemplate, converse, and activate new behaviors and actions, can we make a u-turn for the planet and future generations.
Who is in charge of tUrn?
everyone. meaning U. Honoring indigenous perspectives, child/youth activists, immigrants/refugees, and women/people of color as knowledge bearers in this fight of all fights.
Calling all non-climate change specialists to the stage.
Be creative. Be innovative. Facilitate.
Where does tUrn take place?
At present we are all online on ZOOM.
Check out all the HEADLINERS and RSVP for each.
A ZOOM meeting code will be emailed to you.
Thank you to EVERYONE for helping make a u-turn for the planet while we make your U an even more sustainable venture.
See you there!
Special thanks to the Santa Clara University College of Arts & Sciences, Center for Sustainability, tUrn Climate Crisis Research Group, Environmental Justice and the Common Good, Faculty Development Group, Sustainability Liaisons, SLURP, the Jean Donovan Fellows program of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education, Center for the Arts & Humanities, our spring and summer student research intUrns Emily Pachoud, Eemon Ghasemiyeh, Sarah Danon, Bates Detwiler, Amanda Harvey, Gloria Karekezi, Kimber Woods, Chanel Bullock, Hannah Trillo and Amber Persson & all of the tUrn PARTNERS