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SRSM is happy to announce that, for vegans and part-time vegans - the so-called 'flexitarians' of the world - plant-based vegan options are now far more readily available at RSM, and on the EUR campus!
Eating a plant-based diet that centres around vegetables and fruits, legumes, beans, green and mixed salads, pasta and couscous, rice and other grains, and vegetable soups is now a snap. In the 4th floor cantina of the Mandeville (T) Building, VITAM Catering has done a great job of revamping its offerings to include a variety of vegan salads and often a vegan soup. Tasty, and much less likely to induce a post-lunch 'carbo coma' than your lovely broodje gezond!
Slightly farther afield, the Erasmus Pavillion is offering a vegan option each day (and don't forget - frites and beer…Continue
Posted by Lesa Sawahata on November 20, 2014 at 11:30am
Posted by Lesa Sawahata on November 18, 2014 at 8:03pm
The RSM Full Time International MBA is well-known for its focus on such issues as sustainability and leadership, and for participants who go on after graduation to become engaged, active and effective leaders.
So it is great that RSM FT MBA 2015 participant Rut Perez-Studer, President of the RSM - Erasmus University Graduate Chapter of Net Impact is representing the school at the 2014 Net Impact Conference themed 'Breaking Boundaries' 6-8 November in Minneapolis (US). To get in on the boundary-breaking inspiration follow the conference Livestream.
RSM MBA: A Golden History with Net…Continue
Posted by Lesa Sawahata on November 5, 2014 at 11:40am
Reported and written by Joey Johannsen, Sustainability Coordinator SRSM
“Externalities have historically been largely excluded from the measurement of corporate value. But this ‘disconnect’ between corporate and societal value is disappearing”, according to the 3 September 2014 global report - A New Vision of Value, Connecting corporate and societal value creation, by KPMG, a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services.
On 22 September, KPMG Netherlands representatives Frits Klaver and Janne Dietz were invited to present the new report which includes KPMG’s True Value methodology. Throughout the presentation, the case of Ambuja Cement was used. Ambuja and KPMG developed the True Value methodology which…Continue
Posted by Lesa Sawahata on November 5, 2014 at 10:00am
Save the date!
We're pleased to announce that the 3rd Annual RSM Sustainability Forum will be held on Friday, 10 April 2015 in the Forumzaal of Erasmus University Rotterdam. Once again the Forum will include the KPMG-RSM Sustainable Master Thesis Award, with special recognition for the sustainable support that KPMG has provided to RSM over the past decade or more.…Continue
Posted by Lesa Sawahata on October 23, 2014 at 11:52am
The Seventh Max Havelaar Lecture, 'Young *** Fair - Will Generation Y make a difference?' will take place at Erasmus University Rotterdam on 29 October 2014 from 14.00 - 17.00. Sign up and more information.
Co-orga nized by EUR, the Partnerships Resource Centre at RSM (under Director Prof. Rob van Tulder), Triodos Bank, Fairtrade Max Havelaar and The Expert Centre for Sustainable Business & Development Cooperation), this year's lecture addresses…Continue
Posted by Lesa Sawahata on October 9, 2014 at 11:00am