The information you submit in the application is what will be used for the CEU submission. If your session is selected, Green Building United will submit your session for continuing education credits on your behalf. This means you do not need to submit your session for CEU approval prior to submitting a session proposal.
While diversity and multi-firm representation are not a guarantee of a session’s acceptance, multi-org representation is prioritized because we want sessions to be deep, informative explorations of topics and have found that offering collaborative views is often the best way to achieve this. Also, equity in racial and gender inclusion is a deeply held value of Green Building United and an essential component of achieving sustainability.
If you have any questions, please contact Marjorie Alexander, Education and Engagement Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to submit presentations and/or additional relevant session materials, please send a DropBox link or .zip file to Marjorie.
If your session is selected, you will be required to submit course materials in the form of a presentation or slide deck a month prior to the conference.
The 2022 Sustainability Symposium is taking place Friday, May 6th at Penn State at The Navy Yard. The Symposium offers a full-day of educational sessions presented, both live and online, covering cutting-edge green building and sustainability topics and industry best practices, including LEED, Passive House, Living Building Challenge, Enterprise, WELL, green stormwater infrastructure, 2030 Districts, and more. If you have a session proposal related to any variety of sustainability and green building topic, from introductory to advanced, we want to see your submission!
Proposals due by 11:59 pm on Tuesday, February 15, 2022.