Creating a cross-disciplinary course in sustainability: 5 Questions with David Szymanski and Rick Oches, Bentley University

The module “Will Corn Ethanol Fuel U.S. Energy Needs?” is the result of collaboration between Bentley University faculty in the natural sciences, economics, political science, and accounting departments that took place during a two-week summer workshop. The module provides students in a number of different courses with a brief introduction to ethanol and the ethanol … Continue reading Creating a cross-disciplinary course in sustainability: 5 Questions with David Szymanski and Rick Oches, Bentley University

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Using a case competition to make campus more sustainable – 6 questions with Jenn Hart from Olin Business School

The Olin Sustainability Case Competition (OSCC) began during the 2009-2010 academic year as a way to increase awareness and expand educational opportunities about sustainable business practices at the Olin Business School. Open to all Washington University students in both undergraduate and graduate level programs, the case competition provides participants with a chance to learn about … Continue reading Using a case competition to make campus more sustainable – 6 questions with Jenn Hart from Olin Business School

Integrating Poverty into Management Education: 10 questions with Milenko Gudic about the PRME Working Group on Poverty (Part 2 of 2)

The PRME Working Group on Poverty as a Challenge to Management Education (Anti-Poverty Working Group), launched in 2008, advocates for the integration of poverty-related discussion into all levels of management education worldwide. It is grounded in the belief that poverty is a legitimate topic for discussion and research in business schools and that business can … Continue reading Integrating Poverty into Management Education: 10 questions with Milenko Gudic about the PRME Working Group on Poverty (Part 2 of 2)

Integrating Poverty into Management Education: 10 questions with Milenko Gudic about the PRME Working Group on Poverty (Part 1 of 2)

The PRME Working Group on Poverty as a Challenge to Management Education (Anti Poverty Working Group), launched in 2008, advocates for the integration of poverty-related discussion into all levels of management education worldwide. It is grounded in the belief that poverty is a legitimate topic for discussion and research in business schools and that business … Continue reading Integrating Poverty into Management Education: 10 questions with Milenko Gudic about the PRME Working Group on Poverty (Part 1 of 2)

Engaging your students in making your and other organisations more sustainable – 5 questions with Raintry Jean Salk from Viterbo University

Many business schools and universities are exploring ways to make their campus more sustainable. The challenge is often that the resources, both financial and time, just aren’t available. At the Dahl School of Business at Viterbo University, they are using their students to make the campus and local businesses more sustainable through a course offered … Continue reading Engaging your students in making your and other organisations more sustainable – 5 questions with Raintry Jean Salk from Viterbo University