Are you working on a project that offers hope for the future? Have you done research that will help solve a pressing issue around sustainability? Has your college or university implemented a program that is enlightening, inspiring or empowering students, employees or community members to take action? Consider sharing this information with others and submit a presentation proposal.
Final Deadline: May 4, 2021
You may be asked to participate in a live panel discussion or a pre-recorded breakout session with a live question-and-answer session.
Breakout sessions will be 45 minutes, with an additional 15 minutes for a live question-and-answer session following the presentation. Accepted breakout session presenters must record their presentations prior to the summit and will receive software training and support prior to making the recording.
Presentations must include at least one of the following SDGs. Priority will be given to presentations that show the interconnectedness of two or more of the SDGs in their proposal.
Student Projects and Videos
Calling all Texas college and university students! TRACS is seeking student sustainability leaders and groups to feature in the new online sustainability library.
How can your sustainability project be featured at the annual TRACS Summit?
Please fill out the call for proposals form and be sure to check the TRACS Summit box.
What format does my sustainability project need to be?
We are accepting all formats of student projects and presentations. Some examples include:
- YouTube Video
- Instagram Video
- Mp4 video
- Prezi presentation
- PowerPoint presentation
- ESRI Story Maps
Contact Georgeann Moss.