Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
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Sustainable RSM Sustainability Coordinator Joey Johannsen said, “we are very proud of the dedication and time these volunteers have invested as members of the KPMG-RSM Sustainability Master Thesis Award selection committee.”
In the photo: (From left to right), Back Row: Anouk van der Laan, Matthijs van Huijgevoort, Linda Bos, Front row: Borislava Doleva, Nora Malm, Sophie Huziker, Lukas Muche, Simon Norris, and Florian Böhm
The committee is composed of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University students in MSc Programmes. They are coached by Associate Professor Frank Wijen and coordinated by Sustainable RSM Student Assistant, Anouk van der Laan. Committee members were initially selected in the autumn of 2015, through a written application…Continue
Posted by Anouk van der Laan on February 1, 2016 at 3:16pm
As part of the New Fashion Academy at Erasmus University on 13/14 January, the Sustainable Fashion Committee and the New Fashion Society collaborated to invite Ellen Sillekens, a well-known designer, consultant and researcher in the field of textiles and sustainable fashion in the Netherlands to facilitate a workshop. Ellen challenged a full room of student participants to think innovatively on the question, “how can we redefine the textile supply chain to make it more sustainable and what is the value of post-consumer textile…
Posted by Anouk van der Laan on January 22, 2016 at 12:19pm
The Board of oikos Rotterdam and Emeritus Professor Slawek Magala after the first oikos lecture. From left to right: Johanna Kuehl, Noortje Keurhorst, Professor Magala, Nora Malm, Eva de Lozanne and Iida Huiskonen.
oikos Rotterdam kicked-off its first event on Wednesday, 13 January. The lecture, presented by Emeritus Professor Slawomir (Slawek) Magala, focused on critical theory and alternative approaches to knowledge and business.
“The lecture was really interesting and inspiring, I’m definitely going to be there for the other lectures as well!” one of the participants commented directly following the lecture. Professor Magala talked about his role in the historical start of Critical Theory in business curriculum, about the nature of…Continue
Posted by Anouk van der Laan on January 19, 2016 at 5:49pm
11 February 2016 11:00 - 18:00
De Uithof campus, Utrecht University
Heidelberglaan 2, 3584 CS Utrecht
Are you a student or a graduate with a focus on sustainability?
Discover opportunities and jobs in sustainability!
Participate in the 5th National Sustainability Career Event on Thursday, 11 February at Utrecht University.
Interact with more than 60 industry-leading organizations active in the field of sustainability.
Meet organizations such as Ecofys, RoyalhaskoningDHV, Liander, ECN, Berenschot, Enexis, Interface, ASN Bank, Witteveen+Bos, Deltares, Provincie Utrecht, Grontmij, Arcadis, Tauw, and Social Entrepreneurs such as Springlab, SOON and…Continue
Posted by Joey Johannsen on January 14, 2016 at 4:30pm
“If executives leading the world's most dynamic and forward-looking companies were asked to identify one factor critical to achieving sustainable business success, I would expect most if not all of them to say 'Innovation'….Business education has a major part to play in providing aspiring entrepreneurs with the skills and insights they need to help them step forward confidently with their innovations, as does teaching students and managers alike about the successes and failures of others…. each of the articles presented in this issue of RSM Discovery magazine offers unique management insights that will be of practical value within your own organisational scenarios…” Henk W. Volberda, Editor-in-chief…Continue
Posted by Joey Johannsen on January 12, 2016 at 12:30pm
Posted by Joey Johannsen on January 8, 2016 at 1:00pm