Highlights from ‘Envisioning Business Education Futures and Sustainable Development Capabilities’

 posted by | 29/05/2024

Envisioning Business Education Futures and Sustainable Development Capabilities event, hosted by the Lincoln International Business School, was a huge success! Bringing together academics and students from the UK, the event explored the futures of business education, sustainable futures, responsible management, SDGs, and sustainability within business curricula design. The United Nations SDGs combined with the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) create the foundation for new business futures. Collaboratively building our skill capacity to take meaningful action on sustainability within our business curricula design is key.

Video highlights from the event: https://youtu.be/NhCguSOgMlU

This PRME project is co-led by Dr Nadia Gulko, Prof Nick McGuigan, Dr Judith John, and Marie Lawson, run in collaboration between the University of Lincoln (UK) and Monash University (Australia).

Many thanks to Prof Natalie Wilmot, Prof Gyles Lingwood, Prof Simon Lilley, Prof Abigail Woods, Prof Ted Fuller, Dr. Claire May, Prof Richard Barnes and Prof Dominic Symonds for their support hosting this event at University of Lincoln and commitment to UN SDGs and PRME.

Story submitted by Nadia Gulko