Carolyn Woo, University of Notre Dame, Perrin‐Halot, Grenoble Ecole de Mangement, and Heikki Topi, Bentley University, have given a presentation, during The PRME affinity group meeting that took place in Florida Sunday April 26, 2009, on the activities and lessons learned. Mr Topi said, during his intervention, that being a part of the PRME has been a source of institutional pride, because they are now part of a movement that is bigger than the institution ‐ that is global, and is something that they can contribute to through the work that the school has been doing for a long time. Professor Perrin‐Halot answered that signing the PRME has provided structure and guidelines, and created networking opportunities that they did not have previously.
News - 7 May 2009
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