October 10, 2016 | Lauren J. Mapp
Local high school students were welcomed to join students from San Diego Mesa College as part of the school’s SEEDS (STEM Engagement for Enrichment of Diverse Students) Scholars Program’s second annual Sustainability Summit on Sept. 30.
A total of 94 students attended the event – a combination of 49 students from Kearny High School, Mission Bay Senior High School and James Madison High School, with 45 students from Mesa College. Some Mesa students participated in the Sustainability Summit by facilitating various sessions throughout the day, the Mesa College Ambassadors gave campus tours for the high school students throughout the day and other students were attendees learning about sustainability.
November 06, 2015 | Office of Communications
The first-ever Sustainability Week – a series of events focusing on the contribution of the arts, sciences, and humanities to our understanding of the planet – brought local high school students together with Mesa College students, faculty, and staff.Read It Now