Business Sustainability Collaborative Grant Program
2017 Curriculum Development Grant Program
The Poole College Business Sustainability Collaborative Curriculum Development Grant Program will provide funding to support curriculum development projects for faculty with a majority appointment in the Poole College of Management. Priority will be given to undergraduate faculty teaching 3 credit, 200 and 300 level courses with high enrollment. Business Sustainability Collaborative Curriculum Development Grants have a maximum award of $5,000. The deadline to apply is Monday, April 17th. Details and application.
2016 Curriculum Development Grantees
- Paul Mulvey and Alexander Gloss, MIE 330: Human Resource Management and MIE 201: Introduction to Business
- Jeffrey Pollack, MIE 310: Introduction to Entrepreneurship
2016 Research Grantees
- Rosanna Garcia and Jeffrey Pollack, "The Pursuit of B Corp Certification: Impacts on Firms' Entrepreneurial Orientation"
- Stacy Wood and Stefanie Robinson, "Doing Good from the Start? Corporate Social Responsibility May Hurt New Brands"
- Jesse Ellis, "Investor Political Ideology and the Preference for Corporate Social Responsibility"
2015 Curriculum Development Grantees
- Kathy Krawczyk, ACC 533: Accounting and Tax Research
- Beth Ritter, MIE 330: Introduction to HRM
- Stefanie Robinson, BUS 460: Consumer Behavior
- Leigh Shamblin, BUS 590-005: MGIM Innovation Practicum
2015 Research Grantees
- Bradley Lindsey and Andrew Schmidt, “The Economic Consequences of the Formation and Initial Activities of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board”
- Paul Mulvey, Beth Ritter and Bradley Kirkman, "Pay it forward policies at work: Does doing good for others support doing well?”
2014 Curriculum Development Grantees
- Melinda Morrill, ECG 590: Topics in Labor Economics, Economics Graduate Program.
- Eileen Taylor, MBA 610: Critical Analytical Thinking
- Robert Handfield, BUS 610: Sustainable Supply Chain Management
- Michael Stanko, MBA 560: Marketing Management & Strategy and BUS 468: Marketing Strategy
- Rosanna Garcia, MBA 563: Product and Brand Management
2014 Research Grantees
- Robert Handfield and Eda Kemahlioglu-Ziya, “Measuring the True Impact of Take-back Legislation in the Electronics Industry”
- Bruce Branson and Donald Pagach, “An Empirical Investigation of the Characteristics of Firms Adopting Sustainability Principles”
2013 Curriculum Development Grantees
- Thayer Morrill, Department of Economics: Development of two separate sustainability-related modules for ECG 790. Economics Graduate Program.
- Stefanie Robinson, Department of Business Management/Marketing Group: Development of sustainability lecture materials and related semester-long project incorporating at least one sustainability initiative in MBA 560. MBA Program.
- Don Pagach, Department of Accounting: Development of sustainability writing cases for ACC 310 and ACC 311. Undergraduate Program.
- Beth Ritter, Department of Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Incorporate responsible management practices into MIE 432. Undergraduate Program.
2013 recipients of the Sustainability Initiative Curriculum Development grants: (left to right) Don Pagach, Thayer Morrill, Beth Ritter and Stefanie Robinson.
2013 Research Grantees
- Stacy Wood, Stefanie Robinson, and Michael Stanko. "Sustainable Consumer Behavior: Biochemical Influences on Socially Responsible Consumption."
- Giuseppe Fiori and Nora Traum. "Green Policies, Aggregate Investment Dynamics and Economic Sustainability."
2013 recipients of the Sustainability Initiative Research grants: (left to right) Giuseppe Fiori, Nora Traum, Michael Stanko and Stefanie Robinson.