ORONO — The Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions at the University of Maine plans to host a talk, “The Maine Sustainability Hub: Building a Sustainability Community at UMaine,” at 3 pm. Monday, Oct. 24.

The free event will be offered both remotely via Zoom and in person at 107 Norman Smith Hall on the UMaine campus.

Starting in spring 2021, a group of UMaine faculty and students began imagining a sustainability hub that would organize the academic and extra-curricular efforts that engage students in the work of sustainability. One goal of the initiative is to create a website to allow campus groups, researchers and community stakeholders easy access to the many sustainability activities at UMaine.

In this talk, faculty and students involved in the project will discuss their progress and the next steps in building an active sustainability hub for the UMaine community.

Face coverings are required for all persons attending Mitchell Center Sustainability Talks. For the latest UMaine health and safety guidance, visit umaine.edu/return.

Registration is required to attend remotely via Zoom; to register and receive connection information, visit umaine.edu/mitchellcenter.

To request a reasonable accommodation, contact Ruth Hallsworth at 207-581-3196 or hallsworth@maine.edu.

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