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    B Corp Clinic Featured in the AACSB Blog

    November 27, 2016

    Excerpt from "Developing Social Entrepreneurs Through B Corp Clinic" Originally posted on AACSB Blog, November 14, 2016 by Giselle Weybrecht - Author, Advisor, and Speaker - Sustainability and Business "The past few years has seen an explosion in the number of courses that introduce or focus on social entrepreneurship. These elective courses speak to a growing number of students interested in starting their own companies after graduation, in particular companies that “do good.” The challenge is that social entrepreneurship is not only about creating businesses that provide solutions to social and environmental challenges; it is even more about embedding these…

  • BSC Faculty Director, Rosanna Garcia and BSC Director, Jessica Thomas
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    BSC Director Jessica Thomas Recognized for her Commitment to Teaching “Business as a Force for Good”

    November 2, 2016

    Thomas was awarded the Bill Clark Award at the 2016 B Corp Champions Retreat held October 18-20 in Philadelphia, Penn. The award recognizes an individual outside of a certified B Corp who has done the most to support the global B Corp Community. Learn more about her contribution to the global B Corp movement.

  • Report published by the NC State Poole College Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC)
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    How Supply Chain Management Can Improve North Carolina’s Environmental Footprint

    November 2, 2016

    Rejaul Hasan reviews a report published by the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC), North Carolina's Supply Chain: Conduit for Commerce and Economic Development, and provides insight into how sustainable supply chain management strategies have the capacity to improve North Carolina’s footprint.

  • Professor of Practice Scott Showalter

    The Importance of Sustainable Business Education with Scott Showalter

    September 7, 2016

    Sustainability Persepctives Video Series The Importance of Sustainable Business Education Scott Showalter, Professor of Practice in the Department of Accounting shares his vision for business sustainability and the importance in preparing our students to drive sustainable change in our new Sustainability Perspectives Video Series.                   

  • Net Impact Leadership Team Members Shannon O'Shea and Graham Givens
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    NC State Net Impact Chapters Receive Gold Chapter Standing

    September 7, 2016

    NC State’s undergraduate and graduate Net Impact chapters both received 2016 Gold standings in recognition of their outstanding performance in the past academic year. It is the second consecutive year…

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    Fellow FromThe Other Side: Not Your Everyday MBA

    August 15, 2016

     by Benjamin Bradley, Jenkins MBA Class of 2017 I’m not your typical business school student (I know, that’s what they all say). But I practice what I preach. I sincerely…

  • MitoSPEED Team in the Lulu eGames B Corp Champions Challenge
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    NC State Lulu eGames Launches New Sustainable Business Track

    July 18, 2016

    By Anna Rzewnicki and Iman Usmani The Lulu eGames, held each spring at NC State to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation, offered a new category this year: the B Corp Champions…

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    TSC CEO Presents First Impact Report at NC State

    July 18, 2016

    The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) CEO Sheila Bonini joined key faculty and administrators at NC State including Poole College Dean, Annette Ranft and College of Textiles Dean, David Hinks to present…

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    BSC joins the NBS Sustainability Centers Community

    July 18, 2016

    BSC has joined the Network for Business Sustainability (NBS) Centers network, composed of sustainability centers at business schools around the world that are dedicated to helping create a more sustainable…

  • Participants in the 2016 MBArk program
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    Two Jenkins MBA Students “MBArk” on a Trip to Natural Food Industry’s Biggest Event

    May 27, 2016

    Shannon O'Shea (Jenkins MBA '17) and Graham Givens (Jenkins MBA '17) spent their spring break learning more about the natural foods industry and its latest trends. Find out what Shannon and Graham learned from participating in the MBArk program at the Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, California.

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