This Way to Sustainability Conference XIII

Description:  The Institute for Sustainable Development and the Associated Students of CSU, Chico would like to welcome you to the 13th annual This Way to Sustainability Conference. This year’s conference theme, “When will climate neutrality become our climate reality?,” recognizes that we are increasingly confronting new global socioeconomic and environmental challenges. This conference represents a time to reflect on and explore innovative ideas, grounded in sustainable development principles, which can help guide us through the uncertainties of our shared future. You are encouraged to join in open conversation, learn from each other, and build new friendships and professional associations.

When:  March 15-16, 2018

Where:  CSU, Chico


Chicostart Tech Talks

When:  February 15, 2018 - 2:00pm

Where:  Chicostart, 411 Main Street, Suite 101, Chico, CA

Description: Combination of tech specific discussions, presentations, and/or exposure of critical issues for group discussion.  These meetings are open to Chicostart members, other tech firms, and members of the public.  Tech Talks are an opportunity to learn about what people are working on in our community, the challenges they are facing, and the talent that they looking for.

Butte County Promise Execution

When:  February 1, 2018, 9:00am

Where:  Little Chico Creek Elementary School - 2090 Amanda Way, Chico  95928

Description: Execution of the Butte County Promise ensures that educational institutions throughout Butte County will work together with the goal that: all students in Butte County will be prepared for success beyond high school in order to become productive members of the workforce and engaged citizens.  

Chico Science Fair

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Chico Science Fair

February 26, 2018 - March 1, 2018

When:  February 26, 2018 - March 1, 2018

Where:  Silver Dollar Fairgrounds, Commercial Building, 2300 Fair Street, Chico, CA

Description:  Demonstrating excellence in a variety of disciplines in the social sciences, natural sciences, physical sciences, and engineering, students from public and private schools within the Chico Unified School District will exhibit their unique science projects during the Chico Science Fair.  Over 1,000 K-12 students participate each year, exhibiting approximately 500 projects.