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How to Make an Impact in Your Community

Oct. 19, 2020

The Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility (CESR) and the Office of Diversity Affairs (ODA) are collaborating on a new event titled How to Make and Impact in Your Community . The event is designed for undergraduate students at Leeds who are interested in learning how to leverage their business...

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Natural and Organic Case Competition 2020 Goes Regional

Oct. 5, 2020

Now in its second year, the Leeds School of Business is expanding its' signature Natural and Organic Case Competition (NOCC) into a regional event in which students compete on the best ways to address ethical and business concerns in this growing industry. This year's competition will broaden to welcome teams...

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Exploring the Future of Energy Launch Event

Sept. 21, 2020

This past week CESR launched a new series, Exploring the Future of Energy, which has been developed in partnership with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and Schneider Electric . The first event, The State of the Renewables Industry, was anchored by Heidi VanGenderen , CU Boulder’s Chief Sustainability Officer...

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2020-2021 Sustainability and Social Impact Student Club Leadership

Sept. 3, 2020

There are many wonderful student clubs at Leeds that offer opportunities for sustainability and social impact students to expand their knowledge, build their networks, and put their business skills to the test. The clubs listed below all also offer events that qualify for the CESR Explores rewards program . To...

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Announcing CESR’s Fall 2020 Programs

Aug. 24, 2020

As the school year begins for CU Boulder, CESR is excited to share our Fall 2020 program schedule . It is packed with events that support business careers which add value to the bottom line, to the planet, and to humanity. Two separate series, one for undergraduates called the Find...

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Introducing Clare Wang, CESR Research Director

Aug. 10, 2020

We are pleased to welcome Clare Wang , associate professor of accounting at Leeds, as CESR’s new Research Director. In this role, she will collaborate with the CESR team to help build stronger connections with faculty across divisions at Leeds, and will support the development of thought leadership in our...

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Reflections on our Panel Series: How Current Events are Shaping the Workplace

July 27, 2020

For the past three weeks CESR has been hosting a series of conversations about how the pandemic and the racial justice movement have been shaping workplace procedures and policies. We have explored how employers can support employees’ mental health needs during times of crisis, how the role of Corporate Social...

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Leeds Faculty Research Investigates the Impact of Race on Business and Business on Racial Equity

July 13, 2020

Leeds School of Business faculty are involved in a wide range of research projects that are advancing our understanding of business, and leading to insights that will help companies become more resilient, inclusive and sustainable. Here are some of the incredible thought leaders with whom we at the Center for...

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Introducing Pete Dignan, CCSR Instructor and Changemaker

June 29, 2020

Pete Dignan has had a wide ranging career which includes time as Hydrologist for the state of Ohio, software entrepreneur, CEO of a renewable energy company, and founder of the consulting firm Ever Better which focuses on helping purpose driven organizations move toward more human-centered, adaptive ways of working. He...

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More than Talk: Companies Supporting Black Lives Matter

June 15, 2020

In the past few weeks we have seen an outpouring of support for the central message of the Black Lives Matter movement: racism reduces the black experience and deprives black folx of their full humanity . Books on anti-racism, black history, structural racism, and white supremacy have sold out ...

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