Trade and Impact Summit, Social Impact, Social Entrepreneurship

Trade + Impact Summit, Morocco

May 25, 2016

For the first time ever, over 500 attendees from every region across Africa + Middle East will come together for a social enterprise trade and investment summit on September 19-23, 2016. This historic gathering of women-led social enterprises, social impact investors and international buyers will take place in Ifrane, Morocco...

Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR) Fellows, Net Impact Graduate Chapter, Leeds School of Business

Two New Groups for the Socially Responsible Student

May 18, 2016

By Fiona Murphy, Net Impact President, Marketing, Grad 2018 Sierra Stein, CESR Fellows Committees VP and Net Impact Liaison, Management, Grad 2019 For students looking for a community of sustainability-minded peers, you now have two options offered at CU-Boulder through the Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR) and Leeds...

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Leeds named one of top 15 sustainable MBA programs

May 13, 2016

Conscious Company Magazine has ranked the Leeds School of Business’ MBA program one of the top 15 impact-focused business programs in the U.S., due to its strong focus on social and environmental responsibility and affordable tuition. Out of 100 business schools, Leeds took 15th place as one of the best...

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New Venture Challenge | Social Impact Prize

April 12, 2016

Social Impact Prize Winners The Space Research Company takes home the 2016 New Venture Challenge Social Impact Prize! With their innovative prototype and business plan to make research in outer space and low earth orbit more financially accessible to scientists and researchers, the Space Research Company wowed and wooed audience...

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Mark's Message | March, 2016

March 17, 2016

I have been Executive Director of CESR for two years. I cannot recall a time when I felt as proud of the CESR program as I felt last week. On Friday, we held the 4th annual Business Ethics Case Competition (BECC), generously sponsored by alumnus Tim Borden of Steamboat Springs...

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Mark Meaney Elected Chairperson to UN PRME NA Chapter

Feb. 2, 2016

Dr. Mark Meaney accepts leadership position with newly formed North American chapter involving over 150 business schools. Jan. 26, 2016 – The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder, announced that Dr. Mark Meaney, Executive Director of the Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR), was elected...

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World Economic Forum: Davos, Switzerland

Jan. 26, 2016

January 20-23 – Global leaders in politics and business met for the World Economic Forum ’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The topic of focus this year was ' Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution' , and included panel discussions on a range of topics covering, among others, international diplomacy, the...

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Leeds Hosts the Net Impact Case Competition

Dec. 29, 2015

View the winning teams here ! December 5 – The University of Colorado Boulder and the Leeds School of Business host the 2015/16 Net Impact Case Competition (NICC)! The Net Impact Case Competition, the oldest sustainability competition of its kind in the world, places real-world sustainability business cases in front...

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CESR December SRE Graduates

Dec. 29, 2015

(Jenna Bieller, Lucas Light) December 2015 Winter graduations are typically smaller than those in the spring, but that doesn’t make them any less exciting. CESR is proud to congratulate our two December graduates, Jenna Bieller and Lucas Light, who leave the Leeds School of Business with CESR’s Socially Responsible Enterprise...

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Mark's Message – December 2015

Dec. 1, 2015

By Mark Meaney CESR Executive Director Events leading up to Tim Wolfe’s resignation as the University of Missouri System president highlight the benefits of CESR pedagogy. With the best of intentions, Mr. Wolfe met with students during a student demonstration. A student asked him how he would define ‘systematic oppression’...

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