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Dr. habil Lisa Fröhlich, President, CBS International Business School
In the February Edition of the PRME Deans Dialogue interview series, Dr. Lisa Fröhlich, PRME Board Member, Lead on the PRME Board's Nomination and Governance Committee, Chapter Chair of PRME Chapter DACH, and President of CBS International Business School, sits down to discuss how her institution places partnerships, innovation, and student engagement at the center of its sustainability strategy.
Dr. Fernando León, President, CETYS Universidad, Mexico
In the January edition of the PRME Deans Dialogue, Dr. Fernando León, President of CETYS Universidad in Mexico, joins the virtual stage to discuss the importance of the "whole person," interdisciplinarity and breaking down silos to progress sustainable development, as well as how learning communities help shape the school's RME agenda.
This PRME Deans Dialogue was organized by the Co-Chair of PRME Chapter LAC, Dr. Victoria Gonzalez.
Prof. John Lennon, Dean, Glasgow School for Business and Society, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
Dr. Ranjan Banerjee, Dean, SPJIMR, Mumbai, India
For the November edition of the PRME Deans Dialogue, Head of PRME, Dr. Mette Morsing, interviews Dr. Ranjan Banerjee about some of the impressive and progressive programs that SPJIMR, a leading Business School in India, has in its portfolio, including a Post Graduate Management Program exclusively for women. Dean Banerjee stressed the importance of balancing passion and process and that business schools play an increasingly relevant role in setting the tone for sustainability, since "business has become too powerful not to have the right intent."
This interview was organized by Chair of PRME Chapter India, Chandrika Parmar.
Prof. Dr. Steven De Haes, Dean, Antwerp Management School, Antwerp, Belgium
Dr. Roberto Curci, Dean, Brennan School of Business, Dominican University, Chicago, IL, USA
In the first edition of the PRME Deans Dialogue webinar series, Mette Morsing sits down (virtually) with Roberto Curci, Dean of the Brennan School of Business at Dominican University, a dedicated PRME Signatory in Chicago, IL, to discuss the school's history, students, and sustainability priorities.
This interview was organized by Chair of PRME Chapter North America, Elizabeth Collier.