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Details for Grossman School of Business

Participant Status

Basic

Type of Organization

Business School

Type of Education

Undergraduate, Post Graduate, Doctoral

Institution is part of

The University of Vermont

Location

Burlington, VT, United States

Website

http://www.uvm.edu/

Sign Up Date to PRME

25 Feb 2009

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

02 Mar 2018

Sharing Information on Progress (2018)

UVM PRME SIP Report March 2018 - View Report

Period Covered: Mar 2016 to Mar 2016

Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Full-time students can find opportunities to work on applied projects with local, national and international organizations. With a state that boasts the largest chapter of Business for Social Responsibility and faculty representation on the Vermont Employee Ownership Center board and the Vermont Family Business Initiative, students can use a vibrant social network to explore their interests in social and environmental issues. Speakers drawn from our local business community and our broad alumni base provide insight to the strategies of Seventh Generation, Tom's of Maine, GE, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, NRG Systems, Unilever and UBS.


Where students' curiosity is piqued by research, there are multiple active research programs addressing social and environmental responsibility themes including the effect of downsizing on communities, the encouragement of local enterprise ownership to sustain employment, costs and benefits of volunteerism, building potable water solutions in remote communities, and the competitive advantage of green supply chains. And, for the student who desires depth in business and depth in social issues or environmental issues, it is possible to combine a graduate program in business with a graduate program in non-profit management, social work, environmental science or environmental policy.

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Full-time students can find opportunities to work on applied projects with local, national and international organizations. With a state that boasts the largest chapter of Business for Social Responsibility and faculty representation on the Vermont Employee Ownership Center board and the Vermont Family Business Initiative, students can use a vibrant social network to explore their interests in social and environmental issues. Speakers drawn from our local business community and our broad alumni base provide insight to the strategies of Seventh Generation, Tom's of Maine, GE, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, NRG Systems, Unilever and UBS.


Where students' curiosity is piqued by research, there are multiple active research programs addressing social and environmental responsibility themes including the effect of downsizing on communities, the encouragement of local enterprise ownership to sustain employment, costs and benefits of volunteerism, building potable water solutions in remote communities, and the competitive advantage of green supply chains. And, for the student who desires depth in business and depth in social issues or environmental issues, it is possible to combine a graduate program in business with a graduate program in non-profit management, social work, environmental science or environmental policy.

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