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Alumnus to speak at Manchester about growing sustainability

Jason Elliott Jason Elliott, Manchester Class of 2011, will return to the North Manchester campus – virtually – on Monday, Sept. 27, to speak about ways to mitigate climate change through sustainable solutions.

He is assistant director of sustainability for Duke University. He will talk about how young people can work toward a more sustainable future regardless of their area of study or profession.

It will be livestreamed in Cordier Auditorium and on Facebook at

The presentation is part of the Values, Ideas and the Arts series, which offers academic enrichment for Manchester students. It was made possible by the Peace Studies Institute and Sunrise Movement chapter at Manchester University.

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September 2021