SDU provides buildings, facilities, equipment and (consumption) data to students, lecturers and researchers who want to develop and test sustainable solutions related to research and/or formal or informal learning activities.
Ideas for solutions can come from students in connection with projects at their programme or from conditions that make students wonder in their everyday life on campus. Ideas may also come from employees in connection with their day-to-day work assignments or from researchers in connection with their research.
If you as a researcher or lecturer want to use SDU’s buildings, outdoor areas, facilities, equipment and (consumption) data to develop and test sustainable solutions related to research or teaching activities, please contact Technical Services.
If you as a student wish to use SDU’s buildings, areas, facilities, equipment and (consumption) data to develop and test sustainable solutions, feel free to contact us at the SDG Hub.
For students, the work must be part of a learning activity (assignment or project) agreed with a lecturer.
The Students’ SDG Pool
As a student, you also have the opportunity to make your mark on the University’s work on sustainability and the SDGs through the Students’ SDG Pool. The pool is allocated by the SDU Executive Board and all students and student associations at SDU can apply. You can read more about the pool here.
Are you intrigued? Below, you can look for inspiration in some of the projects that have already been brought to life.
Winning projects from the Students’ SDG Pool
The projects below are winning projects from the Students’ SDG Pool and therefore created by students at SDU.