CESR Alum. Party

CESR Alumni Party

Dec. 1, 2015

It’s a CESR Celebration! October 14th marked the annual CESR Alumni gathering with alumni from former Leadership Challenges classes and graduates of the Socially Responsible Enterprise (SRE) Certificate. Also in attendance were members of the current Leadership Challenges course, members and officers of the newly formed CESR Fellows student group,...

CESR Fellows Officers

Meet the Board of the CESR Fellows!

Dec. 1, 2015

CESR Fellows Founding Executive Board, Lauren Morrell President Class of 2016, Finance Why did you join the CESR Fellows Executive Board? "CESR Fellows is exactly what my business school experience has been missing. Immersed in a world of traditional business education, it can be challenging to locate the,surprising number of...

Logo Collection

SRE Impact Business Panel ‘15

Nov. 25, 2015

A Wonderfully Busy Week for CESR Just two days after organizing and leading the discussion for CESR’s Conscious Capitalism Conference, CESR Instructor David Payne brought together impact business thought leaders from the industries of solar energy, social impact education, healthcare systems, and magazine publishing for the 3rd annual SRE Impact...

MIIS B Corp

CESR Spreads the B Corp Word

Nov. 25, 2015

Building CESR & B Corp Relationships Recently, CESR MBA Instructor David Sanders Payne was invited to speak at the Center for Social Impact Learning (CSIL) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS) for their first ever Millennial Impact Speakers Series Presentation: “B Corps: People Using Business as...

CESR CCC '15

Conscious Capitalism Conference '15 Recap

Nov. 23, 2015

The Conference CESR’s 2015 Conscious Capitalism Conference was a vibrant exchange of knowledge and ideas on the topic of social impact investing, featuring experts and pioneers in the industry, who presented to an audience of students, faculty and staff from 5 universities, and community members. CESR's Conscious Capitalism Conference has...

Net Impact Headshots

Net Impact: Undergraduate Chapter

Nov. 15, 2015

(Alexa McNaul, Chris Matthews, Lauren Morrell, left to right) Leeds Students Launch Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter For over 15 years, the Leeds School of Business has been home to an MBA graduate Net Impact chapter recently recognized as one of the top-three chapters in the world. Undergraduate students at Leeds...

Los Angeles CESR Career Trek

Los Angeles CESR Career Trek Explores Corporate Social Responsibility

Nov. 9, 2015

By Julie Waggoner Net Impact VP of Communications Leeds MBA ‘16 At the end of October, a group of 19 MBA candidates and undergraduate business students along with CESR Executive Director Mark Meaney took off for a whirlwind CSR and sustainability career trek in Los Angeles. The group visited a...

Sarsgaard Stanley Milgram

You’re Not as Virtuous as You Think

Nov. 6, 2015

CESR's greatest asset is its excellent faculty and staff . Each member of the CESR suite has their own unique specialties and areas of expertise. Elizabeth Stapp, professor of CESR/MGMT 4828: Corporate Boards in Action , noted the following article as supportive of CESR's mission and that of the Leeds...

Millennials Infograph, Corporate Social Responsibility

Millennials Will Shape the Future of Business

Nov. 3, 2015

Data from CorporateRegister.com, the world's largest online directory of corporate responsibility (CR) reports, indicates an increasing trend of CSR business reporting mirrored by an increased hiring of graduates with experience and knowledge in the area of CSR (data at wantedanalytics.com, a talent management and business data collection agency sourced from...

Executive Director Mark Meaney, Center for Education on Social Responsibility

Mark's Message - September 2015

Sept. 30, 2015

By Mark Meaney CESR Executive Director The CESR Fellows had a very successful launch in September at its first networking event. We intend the program to link freshmen and sophomores to juniors and seniors in nurturing a community of commitment to CESR values. Students do not declare their intent to...

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