Workers in Ghana, captured by Mark Milstein, director, while doing research on private-sector approaches to prevent malaria; funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and S. C. Johnson & Sons
View from a wind farm, taken by Kevin Knight, MBA '10, during his internship with the GE Renewable Energy Leadership Program
MBA students in the Sustainable Global Enterprise Immersion program engage in an interactive peer brainstorming session for their sponsored projects
Bangladesh: Photo provided by Jessica Fracassini (MBA '12) from internship with BRAC-Aarong in Bangladesh during a visit to their production facilities while helping them launch an e-commerce site
MBA students on a company visit to Yingli Green Energy Americas to discuss trends and challenges facing the solar industry
Students in the Sustainable Global Enterprise Immersion program conducted a project sponsored by the World Bank in the Philippines to explore sustainable livelihood options for waste pickers
Mentoring corporations that are launching profitable ventures designed for positive social and/or environmental impact
Pioneering new approaches to business model creation; cultivating business leaders who seek competitive advantage through sustainable global strategies
An SGE immersion tradition – Krispie Kreme on the way to NYC!
Picture 3: Cornell SGE alums CJ Fonzi (MBA ’08) and Dan Zook (MBA ’07) from Dalberg International share trends on international development.
The Greyston Bakery team shares their social enterprise model – a great example of how to use markets to create social impact.
Cornell alum, Marshall Cox (BS’02, MENG ’04), founder and CEO of Radiator Labs, talking clean tech with the SGE immersion students during a visit to NYC ACRE Incubator in Brooklyn.
SGE immersion students gather for a follow-up conversation with Susan Davis, president and CEO of BRAC USA
Thomas R. Campbell, founder and principal of Thorobird Companies, provided great insights into the affordable housing social enterprise market
A valuable aspect of the SGE trek is the opportunity to interact with fellow colleagues in the program; engaging, insightful and often witty conversations.
A view of New York City from Brooklyn during a visit to Urban Future Lab.
SGE professor, Mark Milstein and TA Annie Keyes, MBA ’16, with the team from Goldman Sachs
Design thinking in action during a visit with Frog Design
Ace Stryker and Giacomo Gutierrez, both MBA ’16, using the design thinking session at Frog Design to work on their company-sponsored project.
Rafia Zahir-Uddin, CIPA ‘15, Siddharth Kannan, MBA ’15, and Nicholas Zuba, CIPA ’15, in an intense moment during a break
Sierra Stewart reflects on her summer internship with Deloitte’s consulting practice, life in the Bay Area and the importance of staying true to who you are – no matter what career you pursue.
Conducting applied research on how to profitably open up new mass market opportunities in emerging and developing economies.
Johnson’s Glen Dowell, associate professor of management and organizations, speaks with McGill's Karl Moore about how organizations can become more environmentally sustainable.
Tom Harrison from The Practioner Hub for Inclusive Business interviews Erik Simanis, Head of the Frontier Markets Initiative, a joint program with th...
Christine Bader, author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil , delivers 2015 Day Family Ethics Lecture at Johnson
Solar panels, wind turbines, electric vehicles and other green power sources are proliferating rapidly, but their reliable integration into the existi...
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