Invitation to Engage: Link to Registration Information
PRME North America and George Mason University’s Business for a Better World Center in the School of Business invite you to join us April 21-23 for the PRME NA Biennial Meeting in Arlington, VA USA. After so much time apart, we are excited to come together once again to re-engage with colleagues as we pursue the work of responsible management education together. Our theme for the meeting is Building a Better Future Together.
The meeting will include sessions focused on how we can work together effectively as an organization and how we can boost engagement across different elements of our communities throughout the US and Canada. We will enjoy opportunities to discuss both research activities and teaching and learning innovations. We will further share examples of partnerships to effect change and approaches to communicating the impact we are having to different audiences.
Planned sessions include a workshop for junior scholars, unveiling of curricular materials for integrating sustainability across disciplines, teaching, research, and changemaking sessions, poster presentation sessions, and working sessions on priorities and initiatives for the future of PRME NA.
Call for Proposals: We are still accepting student poster presentation submissions and conference registrations. There is a virtual registration option for the main room sessions and a one hour free junior scholar Zoom session Friday.
You can contact Anne Magro or Lisa Gring-Pemble at B4BWorld@gmu.edu with any questions.
To get involved in PRME North America Chapter, please email the following people who lead particular areas of PRME NA Activity:
Liz Collier (Chapter Chair) firstname.lastname@example.org: Local PRME network development throughout the US and Canada; New Signatory information, or any questions about the chapter or participation.
Rumina Dhalla (Vice Chair) email@example.com Global Compact Signatory Collaboration
Cathy Dubois: firstname.lastname@example.org: North America Signatory Engagement opportunities
Janet Hale: email@example.com NA Chapter Meeting Awards
Melissa Intindola: firstname.lastname@example.org Junior Scholar Engagement
Margaret McKee: Margaret.McKee@smu.ca: Chapter Governance
Heather Ranson: email@example.com: Teaching and Learning Resource Aggregation and Development
David Steingard: firstname.lastname@example.org: SDG Dashboard and Special Projects
Kent Williams: email@example.com: Research Initiatives and Networking
Vana Zervanos: firstname.lastname@example.org: HBCU/HSI Signatory Engagement
The PRME Chapter North America will be a PRME regional platform that will help to advance the Six Principles of PRME. It will also be a local catalyser and, in coordination with the PRME Secretariat, a link with the UN Global Compact Local Networks in the USA and Canada.