Launching Rotman’s Sustainability Initiative

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Be a part of Rotman’s future and help set the direction of the school’s Sustainability Initiative!

On Tuesday, March 10 at 5pm, Net Impact is hosting an event to officially launch Rotman’s Sustainability Initiative.

Expert panelists will discuss the importance of sustainability and innovation in business and to the Rotman as the leading business school in Canada. Panelists include:

Nouman Ashraf: Senior Fellow, Professor, Leading Social Innovation
Laura Doering: Assistant Professor, Strategic Management
Katherine DeCelles: Assistant Professor, Organizational Behaviour & HR Management
Rod Lohin: Executive Director, Michael Lee-Chin Institute for Corporate Citizenship

Moderated by Richard Blundell – Professor of Rotman’s inaugural proposed Business Sustainability Strategy 2nd year elective MBA course.

The event will consist of small tables seated with first and second year professors, including, but not limited to, Professors Kent Womack, Sanford DeVoe, Richard Powers and Ann Armstrong. Also in attendance will be Adjunct Professor Richard Nesbitt, Marcel Desautels Chair in Integrative Thinking Glen Whyte and Executive in Residence David Scrymgeour. Dinner and drinks are included.

Registration: Submit 100-200 words to netimpact@rotman.utoronto.ca on how you’d like to see Rotman integrate Sustainability into the school. Top recommendations will be sent an invitation to attend.

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