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Campus Learning Community

Exploring the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Symposia and other efforts. The 2021-22 theme is Goal 3

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The 2021-22 Campus Learning Community (CLC) theme is:

Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Good Health & Well-Being  2021-2022 Campus Learning Community & Symposium  Exploring UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #3 Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

Faculty and students from all campuses are encouraged to participate in CLC Symposia (one each semester) and/or host Goal 3 related events and activities of their own throughout the academic year.

 Fall 2021 Symposium:

Monday, November 29 - Friday, December 3

If interested, please contact us:

Stephen Nesvacil (North Campus, EEI)

Kristen Nieves (Wolfson Campus, EEI) 

Mark Tirpak, Ph.D. (Padrón Campus, EEI)

Additional Goal 3 resources

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events

Professor Albert Lenel invites MDC faculty, staff and students to attend a guest lecture by:

James Wildman

Animal Rights Foundation of Florida (

Guest lectures (one) will take place online. Please join us!

Tuesday, 10/26 at 5:40 - 6:50 pm

Wednesday, 10/27 at 10 - 10:50 am

Friday, 11/5 at 7 - 9 am

Friday, 11/5 at 9:30 - 11:30 am

Featured Resources

Featured Resources

Earth Ethics Institute Resources
Earth Ethics Institution UN SDG 3 Collected Resources
(working with climate emotions, how climate can shape community health, deep adaptation & active hope)


Miami Dade College Learning Resources - Sustainability Health & Well-being

Health and Well being - Sustainability (MDC Learning Resources)


RECORDING: It's Okay not to be Okay Mental Wellness Workshop
(September 8, 2021)

Stay Tuned for More H.E.A.L. from Within Events!

Hosted by: Beta Kappa Iota Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society

Land Acknowledgement

At Miami Dade College we acknowledge the indigenous peoples on whose land we stand.The Miccosukee and the Seminole tribes who remain unconquered, and the Tequesta Tribe, who first occupied the land that is now downtown Miami and so represent ties to both our prehistoric and historic past. Miami Dade College is grateful for the unique knowledge and ways of being—as well as the profound connection to our South Florida ecosystems—that these indigenous tribes represent. We look forward to strengthening our relationship with both Miami’s indigenous peoples as well as the natural world.

Goal 3 in the News

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