Penn State Global has been selected as the first award recipient of the United Nations Forum for Advancing the SDGs through Education Abroad, sponsored by Authentica.
CARLISLE, Pennsylvania., November 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Forum on Education Abroad is honored to announce that Penn State Global is the 2021 recipient of the award Award for promoting the UN SDGs through education abroad.
Penn State Global is proud to partner with academic units and the Sustainability Institute to implement program integration, programmatic updates and operational changes to further its mission of advancing the sustainability goals of United Nations.
“The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals represent a powerful framework for learning and understanding the safe, just and equitable progress of our global society,” said Roger brindley, vice-president, Penn State Global. “As Penn State strives to provide a wide range of accessible learning opportunities abroad, we have found it very important to make clear links between our global educational experiences and the SDGs. This effort also encouraged Penn State Global to find new and creative ways to weave enduring practice and awareness throughout our overseas education endeavor across the Commonwealth. “
The Forum Prize honors member institutions and organizations whose education programs abroad promote economic, environmental and social sustainability. By recognizing members who have made significant progress towards the SDGs, the Forum hopes to inspire the field to contribute to a more sustainable future for all. Find out more about the Prize: https://forumea.org/award-for-advancing-the-un-sdgs/
Penn State Global will be recognized as the first recipient of the award at the 18th Annual Forum on March 21-25, 2022, in Chicago and online.
The Forum thanks Authentica for sponsoring the UN SDG Promotion Award through Education Abroad.
About the Education Abroad Forum
The Forum on Education Abroad is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit recognized by the United States Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission as the Standards Development Organization (SDO) for the field of education. abroad. The Forum provides training and resources to education professionals abroad and its Standards of good practice are recognized as the definitive means by which the quality of education programs abroad can be judged. Learn more about the Forum on https://forumea.org/.
Dominique tate-williams, Marketing & Social Media Manager, The Forum on Education Abroad
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