“Harvard should hire more faculty, including faculty clusters, whose teaching commitments are related to climate change”
The academic left is absolutely obsessed with climate change.
The College Fix reports:
Harvard ‘climate crisis’ report demands ‘all-hands-on-deck approach’
Harvard University should hire more climate change professors and push for a “collective understanding” of the “climate crisis,” according to a recently released report from the Ivy League school.
The Committee on Climate Education released its 21-page report this month after working on it over the summer. The report “urges an all-hands-on-deck approach” to climate change, according to a university tweet.
“In this report, we lay out a strategic framework for the University that draws on and integrates perspectives from stakeholder reports and interviews we conducted,” it stated.
“Harvard should create a climate education accelerator program charged with catalyzing institutional innovation, scaling expertise and impact, and developing partnerships with organizations outside of Harvard,” the authors argue.
“The Future of Climate Education at Harvard University” wants a permanent committee on climate education as well.
“Harvard should hire more faculty, including faculty clusters, whose teaching commitments are related to climate change,” the committee suggested. “Strategic hiring would augment existing programs and support new cross-school degree programs centered on climate change that will prepare students for emerging jobs and leadership roles.”
“This means that the climate education tent must be large: no one area of discipline owns this space, rather contributions across the board are needed,” the report stated.
A new report examining how Harvard teaches climate change urges an all-hands-on-deck approach https://t.co/gSJ8cEdewX
— Harvard University (@Harvard) September 15, 2022
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