Texas Lutheran University’s annual Krost Symposium, the primary academic event of the year, explores Environmental Justice: Texan Responses to Global Crises.
Beginning September 3, guest speakers including Vaclav Smil, Reverend Leah Schade, Winona LaDuke, Frank Giesber Keynote Lecturer Robert Bullard, Ken Kramer and many others, will explore environmental justice and how communities can work together to solve current issues that will impact future generations. Speakers and special events will conclude October 28.
The Texas A&M Colonas Program developed a unique and inexpensive water filtration system to help improvised communities in the Texas borderland where more than half a million people live without running water. The program, which is overseen by the A&M College of Architecture, has been developing and implementing sustainable solutions for over twenty years.
Texas Lutheran University students experience a challenging academic environment that sets a path for life-long learning. Our students engage in high-impact educational experiences that include civic engagement, aesthetic expression, critical thinking, and a focus on intercultural and global knowledge in a community that welcomes the interplay of faith and reason.
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