Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 2)

Engaging in sustainability and responsible leaders goes beyond the classroom curriculum. It must also be engrained into the business school itself on its campus. A growing number of business schools and universities are not just putting in place strategies to ‘green’ their buildings on campus, but certifying these buildings through different national and international schemes. … Continue reading Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 2)

Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 1)

Engaging in sustainability and responsible leaders goes beyond the classroom curriculum. It must also be engrained into the business school itself on its campus. A growing number of business schools and universities are not just putting in place strategies to ‘green’ their buildings on campus, but certifying these buildings through different national and international schemes. … Continue reading Sustainable Buildings on Campus (Part 1)

Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME – launch of the 2nd Edition

In collaboration with the 2013 PRME Summit – 5th Annual Assembly, case story contributions were invited for the Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME, Second Edition: Learning to Go Beyond, which continues where the first edition, released at Rio+20 last year, left off. It contains a range of case stories around how business schools … Continue reading Inspirational Guide for the Implementation of PRME – launch of the 2nd Edition

East Africa University Researchers learn from Brazil’s Experience with Sustainability

At the 3rd Global Forum in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Shiv Tripathi from Mzumbe University in Tanzania and Ajai Prakash from KCA University in Kenya visited ISAE in Curitiba, Brazil. The purpose of their trip was to learn more about ISAE’s approach to embedding sustainability into their curriculum. As a result of this meeting, the … Continue reading East Africa University Researchers learn from Brazil’s Experience with Sustainability

Competition Challenges Business Students to Rethink Course in Sustainable Terms

A team from MacEwan University, School of Business in Canada recently took second place in the PRME Leaders +20 Challenge, organized by Aarhus University. For this contest, students and lecturers in the field of management education teamed up to integrate sustainability perspectives into new or existing course descriptions. The second place team was made up … Continue reading Competition Challenges Business Students to Rethink Course in Sustainable Terms

Graduate Certificate in Social Impact – 5 Questions with Cheryl Kernot from the Centre for Social Impact in Australia

The Centre for Social Impact (CSI) in Australia has a mission: to create beneficial social impact in Australia through teaching, research, measurement and the promotion of public debate. CSI brings together business, government, philanthropic and social sectors in a collaborative effort to build community capacity and facilitate social innovation. CSI is a partnership between the … Continue reading Graduate Certificate in Social Impact – 5 Questions with Cheryl Kernot from the Centre for Social Impact in Australia

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