Articles About Redesigning Our Future
01/07/14 by Juanita Teschner
SALISBURY, N.C. – The Center for the Environment at Catawba College is now accepting applications for its fourth annual National Environmental Summit for High School Students, scheduled for July 8-12. The summit, “Redesigning Our Future,” is open to students from across the country who will be 14-17 years old by the time of the 2014 summit. Those who complete the application process before April 1 will receive a discount of $90 from the student portion of the tuition cost. A limited amount of financial aid is also available.
07/21/13 by Rebecca Rider
As Catawba College’s third annual National Environmental Summit closed July 13, participants reflected on what they had learned and how they can use it to bring positive change to their hometowns.
07/11/13 by Juanita Teschner
High school students from as far away as California and Florida arrived at the Catawba College campus Tuesday to learn how they can use their talents to create positive change in the world.
07/11/13 by Rebecca Rider
High school students attending the National Environmental Summit gathered at Catawba College July 9 to hear keynote speaker Chad Pregracke talk about his vision for the future.
07/18/12 by Juanita Teschner
SALISBURY, NC – High school students at the National Environmental Summit at Catawba College are learning how to plan, communicate and mobilize an initiative so they can return to their schools armed with the skills necessary to make a difference.
07/18/12 by Guest Writer
By Sarah Robinson
SALISBURY, NC – Have you ever left an event feeling really excited about a topic but not knowing how to channel that excitement into a successful initiative once you got home?
The high school students attending the National Environmental Summit, “Redesigning Our Future,” at Catawba College are putting their enthusiasm and ideas into action.
07/13/12 by Juanita Teschner
It was geocaching with a sustainable purpose.
The high school students who came to Catawba College this week to participate in the National Environmental Summit, “Redesigning Our Future,” embarked on a GPS-based navigation course on the college’s 189-acre ecological preserve Tuesday to learn about biomimicry.
07/12/12 by Juanita Teschner
High school students from across the country converged on the Catawba College campus Monday to explore how they can use their interests and talents to make a difference in the world.
12/01/11 by Kathy Chaffin
The National Environmental Summit for High School Students was such a success last summer that the Center for the Environment and Summit Planning Committee are already making plans for an enhanced summit next year. It is scheduled for July 9-14, 2012.
11/12/11 by Kathy Chaffin
Claudia Meyer left the Redesigning Our Future National Environmental Summit for High School Students this summer with a sense of urgency about the planet that she didn't have before.
09/29/11 by Kathy Chaffin
It started with a vision to redesign our future. Dr. John Wear, executive director of the Center for the Environment, wanted to hold an environmental summit introducing high school students from all over the nation to new ways of thinking that would help them address environmental issues with innovative solutions.