In this episode, I speak with Pavel Cenkl, Head of College at Schumacher College, Devon, England. Previously, Pavel was a Professor of Environmental Humanities and Associate Dean at Sterling College, Vermont. With more than 25 years of experience in higher education, Pavel's goal is to continue to interweave a life-long passion and professional dedication to higher education teaching and administration in an organization dedicated to progressive transdisciplinary approaches to contemporary environmental, social, and economic challenges. We discuss:
🥥 What learning programs that integrate the landscape might look like;
🥥 The importance of observation, and noticing our experiences in embodied and social ways;
🥥 What it would take to create networks of networks to augment the work.
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