noted for social impact
Schools of Management were among 15 schools worldwide recognized
as showing significant activities in social impact management
in the 2003 Beyond Grey Pinstripes report.
study, six MBA programs, including George Washington University,
Michigan, North Carolina, Stanford, Yale and York (Toronto,
Canada), were named as Programs at the Cutting Edge.
Nine programs, including UNM, Calgary (Canada), Cornell, Dartmouth,
Harvard, ITESM (Monterrey, Mexico), Pennsylvania, UC-Berkeley
and Virginia, were named Programs Showing Significant
Activities. Another 21 schools were recognized for Moderate
to the report, UNMs greatest strength is Inside
the Classroom. The Marketing Management program was cited
for incorporating topics such as social and green marketing,
consumer protection and global citizenship.
Grey Pinstripes report, prepared by the World Resources Institute
and The Aspen Institute Initiative for Social Innovation through
Business, honors MBA programs that infuse environmental and
social impact management into the classroom, activities and
survey of masters degree programs in business administration
assesses to what extent MBA programs prepare graduates for social
and environmental stewardship in their careers.
survey covers the 2001-02 and 2002-03 academic years and includes
data from more than 100 business schools in 20 countries.
one of 16 schools honored in 2001.
gathers data in three areas including institutional support,
coursework and faculty. Comparisons were made on the basis of
accomplishments across domains, rather than excellence in one
category or the other.
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