Movement Towards Benevolent Business Being Led by Triangle Academics
As a leader in the B Corp movement, NC State’s Business Sustainability Collaborative took a key role in the annual global meeting of the B Corp Academic Community which took place in Toronto, Canada, in 2017.
Faculty Research Award Recipient Profile: Eda Kemahlioglu-Ziya
For Dr. Kemahlioglu-Ziya, understanding how different supply chains run and researching ways to make them run efficiently is exciting; it drives her research, teaching.
Ryan O’Donnell Continues Using Business as a Force for Good
2014 Poole graduate focuses on creating businesses with a social mission
Student Strives To Build Safe, Sustainable Apparel Industry
Rejaul Hasan's research in supply chain could become a framework that helps determine responsible garment sourcing prices globally.
Earth Fair Showcases Sustainability
Poole College has a number of events on the NC State University’s Earth Month activities, including a display by the Business Sustainability Collaborative that was part of the 2017 Earth Fair held on April 5 in the Brickyard. The event was hosted […]
Faculty Integrate Sustainability In Business Courses
"What we've found is that students are interested in sustainability ... what professors are already teaching can include a sustainability component." - Rosanna Garcia
John Replogle’s Career Starters: Jumbo Shrimp, A Beer Magazine, Good Mentors
Look at that first job out of college as a foundational time, an incredible time of building, and force yourself outside of your comfort zone.
100 Ways Colleges are Sowing Seeds for a Sustainable Future
The Business Sustainability Collaborative’s B Corp Clinic is among the “100 ways colleges are sowing seeds for a sustainable future,” cited in this Future MBA post by author and TEDx speaker Giselle Weybrecht in GreenBiz. Learn how our students become […]
One Simple Ingredient Could Make Diapers Better for the Planet
“Diapers aren’t the most environmentally-friendly thing on Earth…but one pantry staple just may be the key to making them less harmful,” according to an article in the website fitpregnancy.com. The article cites a product being developed by Tethis, a company founded […]
Current Corporate Sustainability Reporting Misses Mark, Study Says
A new study finds that corporate sustainability reporting covers issues that are unimportant to stakeholders. This study offers suggestions for improvement including the use of Global Reporting Initiative guidelines which was mentioned by Marianne Bradford, accounting professor at NC State’s Poole […]