Monday, January 27th - 2020-2021 PRME Champions Selected
The 2020-2021 PRME Champions Cycle was officially launched last week during the third iteration of the PRME and Corporate Knights “Deans Dialogue” at Davos. The PRME Champions group embodies thought and action leadership in the PRME community and is responsible for collaborative work and active engagement in the responsible management education space, with the underlying mission of realizing the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Champions are selected based on a track record of sustainability implementation, commitment to PRME, as well as their leadership through Working Groups, Chapters, Regional Meetings and various other venues of engagement. This year, many former PRME Champion institutions have recommitted themselves to the scope of programme while a number of new Champions have joined the 2020-2021 programme (in bold below).
Guided by the collective work and output from previous Champion cycles and in line with the Champions Mission, the focus of this cycle will be on thought and action leadership, knowledge sharing and peer-learning with the aim of future-proofing participating institutions and demonstrating the impact of their sustainability efforts.
In this flagship PRME programme, faculty members, students and industry leaders will be provided with a safe space for innovative collaborations and a ‘living lab’ for ambitious new ideas for developing the next generation of sustainability-driven business schools and management-related higher education institutions in support of the SDGs.
Here is the list of the new PRME Champions for the 2020-2021 Cycle:
Audencia Business School
Copenhagen Business School
EGADE Business School
Fordham University, Gabelli School of Business
George Mason University
Glasgow Caledonian University
Gordon Institute of Business Science
Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics
Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law
Hanken School of Economics
IEDC - Bled School of Management
IESEG School of Management
INCAE Business School
Institute of Business Studies-Moscow, RANEPA
IPM Business School
ISAE Brazilian Business School
Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick
La Trobe Business School
Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder
Newcastle Business School
Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham University Business School
Nova School of Business and Economics
Queen's Management School
Rohrer College of Business, Rowan University
Seattle Pacific University
Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary's University
Stockholm School of Economics
T A PAI Management Institute
Universidad Externado de Colombia School of Management
University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons
University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business
University of Dubai
University of Winchester
ZHAW School of Management and Law
For more on the PRME Champions programme, please visit the PRME Champions page.
The mission of the PRME Champions group is to contribute to thought and action leadership on responsible management education in the context of the United Nations sustainable development agenda.
In so doing, PRME Champions commit to:
Work collaboratively to achieve higher levels of performance in transforming business and management education in five key areas: curricula, research, educational frameworks, sustainability-based partnerships, and thought leadership.
Serve the broader PRME community through active engagement with existing PRME Chapters, PRME Working Groups, Global Compact LEAD, and other global opportunities, as well as to support broader and deeper implementation of sustainability principles in the institutional context of the PRME initiative.
Contribute to broader UN goals and issues, particularly helping to realize the Sustainable Development Goals.