The Winona State University Athenaeum Series will host “Living the Land Ethics through Restorative Teaching and Learning ” at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, on the second floor of the Darrell W. Krueger Library.
Bruno Borsari, associate professor of biology, will demonstrate how the WSU campus offers many acres of open space that are topographically and biologically diverse. The presentation will outline effective examples of how this land can become a powerful tool for transformative education for students and the community, and how WSU’s Land Stewardship & Arboretum Committee is the leading effort.
All WSU Athenaeum Series events are free and open to the public.
The Athenaeum hosts events that explore and enhance the intellectual life of the University and the region through lectures, readings, performances, discussions and other events. By bringing together scholars, performers, students and community members for intellectual discussion and the sharing of cultural experiences, the Athenaeum reflects the importance the University places on the humanities, the arts and the sciences.