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ANDERSON 2-MONTH REPORT – September 2020



ACTIVITIES IN THE LAST THREE MONTHS:


1. CURRICULA

NEW GRADUATE MARKETING COURSE: MBA MARKETING STRATEGY

Course emphasizes leadership decisions based on sustainability concepts and incorporated into new marketing practice applications. The premise is that marketing creates value for the business, customers, and society. Course includes contemporary readings from sustainability experts and is used as core material for all sections of this course (not a single instructor).

Contact person: Linda Irwin lirwin@regis.edu

2. CURRICULA

UNDERGRADUATE SUSTAINABILITY SEED FELLOWSHIP cohort Fall 2020 course: Students who applied and were selected to be in the inaugural SEED Fellowship cohort, co-created a course focused on their collective passions for Sustainability culminating in an impact project.

Contact person: Mairi-Jane Fox mfox003@regis.edu

3. EVENTS

THE SEED (SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT) INSTITUTE HELD ITS FIRST SEMINAR SERIES virtual free community course "Perspectives on COVID-19". SEED Seminars are a one-per-semester invitation for community learning and informed conversation on global challenges that are top-of-mind for us as humans, citizens, family members, and consumers. Anyone who has a desire to learn about the topic and is devoted to creating time to be in conversations with us for 5 weeks can join us for free. Students can register to take the course for 1 credit. For "Perspectives on COVID-19," Regis faculty members in Biology, English, Computing, Business Management, Pharmacy, Counseling, and Family Therapy, Nursing, Religious Studies, Psychology, and Peace and Justice Studies shared expertise from their field on the global challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Contact person: Mairi-Jane Fox mfox003@regis.edu

4. PUBLICATIONS:

Faculty paper Schneider, A. B., & Justin, D. P. (2020). Educating for an Inclusive Economy: Cultivating Relationality Through International Immersion. Humanistic Management Journal, 5(1), 133-151.

Contact person: Abigail Schneider aschneider@regis.edu

5. DISCUSSIONS

SEED SOWING VIRTUAL CHATS: The overall aim of our SEED Sowing Chats is to gain a deeper and nuanced understanding of the tools for playing a role in co-authoring a new story in which business is a partner in addressing the changes needed for humanity to move toward a thriving planet and flourishing human society. Our broad community is invited to sign up to join us virtually. Recent speakers have included VP of Sustainability at Harrison Street, a founder of a Biodynamic vineyard, and former head of sustainability at ConocoPhillips.

Contact person: Mairi-Jane Fox mfox003@regis.edu

6. DISCUSSIONS

Book discussion on The Necessary Revolution: faculty members participated in a two-month discussion about the book The Necessary Revolution by Peter Senge.

Contact person: Mairi-Jane Fox mfox003@regis.edu

7. PARADIGM FOR SUSTAINED BUSINESS MBA

Newly combined college developing new programs and curriculum reviewed for sustainable world concepts.

Contact person: Ken Sagendorf ksagendorf@regis.edu


PLANS FOR THE NEXT 3 MONTHS


1. RESEARCH:

Academic research continues for transformative consumer research topics.

Contact person: Abigail Schneider aschneider@regis.edu

2. CONFERENCES

Attending 5th PRME Conference: Sustainable Development Goals: Transforming Business Education and Practice in October

Contact person: Linda Irwin lirwin@regis.edu


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