What is your business school teaching about climate change? What should it teach? How should it teach? Join this discussion about how to teach climate leadership in business schools. Learn about a comprehensive, systemic model for teaching climate leadership, a decade in the making, and discuss how your institution might use it to design a course or a curriculum for your high level undergraduate and MBA students. Discuss roadblocks and successes with other participants. Explore the teaching materials Professor Rae André has created for her experiential and applied classes, available for free at www.raeandre.com.
The workshop will be delivered by Rae André, Ph.D., Professor of Sustainability and Leadership in the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University and author of Lead for the Planet: Five Practices for Confronting Climate Change (University of Toronto Press, 2020) and Teaching Climate Leadership: Promoting Integrative Learning in Courses on Strong Sustainability (Journal of Management Education, 2020). Professor André is the 2021 recipient of the Annual Teaching Award of the Organizations and the Natural Environment Division (ONE) of the Academy of Management for “impactful teaching and pedagogical research based on a teaching record over the past 5 years.”
Please send any advance questions or other queries to Professor André at email@example.com.