Johnson students selected for OneEnergy Scholars program OneEnergy, a developer of large-scale clean energy projects, this year selected two Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management students to participate in the OneEnergy Scholars program . ›
Growing Africa’s roots “Today, Africa is what China was 15 years ago,” said the founder and CEO of Heartland Global, Lloyd Le Page. ›
A Fresh Set of Eyes Corporate clients value the insights they obtain from Johnson Immersion Learning teams ›
Johnson team takes home D-Prize for ‘Eduquer’ Sid Kannan, MBA ’15, and Murali Kumar, MBA’15, have been awarded the D-Prize for their social venture, Eduquer. The prize includes a grant of $12,000 and a mentorship. Tapping into their passion for... ›
Cornell’s Frontier Markets Initiative Partners to Address Eye Care in India The Frontier Markets Initiative , a collaboration between Entrepreneurship at Cornell and Johnson’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise , has announced a partnership with the in... ›
When Business Must Go Beyond Fred Keller, Founder and Chairman of Cascade Engineering: “Why Business, Why Now: Solving the World’s Toughest Problems”
When Fred Keller , founder and chairman of Cascade Engineering, came to... ›
PUMP, a film about America’s love affair with oil Yossie Hollander, producer of PUMP , speaks at screening at Johnson
The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise recently presented the documentary PUMP to Johnson students, faculty a... ›
Alum urges students to drive clean tech revolutionDan Miller '78, managing director and co-founder of The Roda Group talks to Johnson students about climate change and business opportunities in clean tech. ›
Fusing good citizenship with business strategy Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise speaker Chris Librie, senior director of living progress and strategy at Hewlett Packard corporate affairs, claims that “sustainability is more than charity.... ›
The 2014 Johnson Energy Connection: Fueling Interest in Renewable and Alternate EnergyEnergy sector alumni share developments and concerns about the future of energy ›
Natalie Grillon MBA ’12: Bringing transparency to the fashion supply chain“Just as the food industry is changing and pursuing transparency and sustainability, the time is ripe for fashion to follow suit,” Grillon says. “Disruptive innovation is needed.” ›
Johnson MBA Students Organize and Lead Climate March Contingency Business is the largest catalyst for change, when it
comes to transitioning to a carbon-neutral economy, writes Jeremy Kuhre, MBA ‘16
New solar farm set to flip switch to 'on' Sept. 19 Cornell launches new solar farm a 2-megawatt array that will produce about 2.5 million kilowatt hours - 1 percent of Cornell's total electricity use. ›
Sustainability is a business opportunity says Prof. Mark Milstein
Sustainable Global Enterprise Director Mark Milstein delivers the inaugural
lecture in Johnson’s Thought Leaders Series.
Johnson’s SGE Club Receives Net Impact’s Silver Chapter Standing Johnson's SGE Club is award Silver standing by the national Net Impact organization. ›
Insights on Doing Business at the Base of the Pyramid Johnson’s Mark Milstein shares lessons learned at Social Innovation Summit at the United Nations in New York City ›
The Market Creation Strategies Initiative: Applied Research Produces Real ImpactErik Simanis, managing director of Market Creation Strategies, describes a process for applied research that produces tangible results for industry and academia alike. ›
Driving Social Change Around the WorldLori McMahon, SGE immersion '09 and MBA '10, senior marketing consumer market manager at Intel Corporationhas been leading the company's efforts to engage consumer audiences in the conflict minerals i... ›
Mission and Corporate ResponsibilityPanelists discuss mission-driven and B-corp businesses in panels sponsored by the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise. ›
Robert Collier Recognized for Leadership in Sustainable Global EnterpriseRobert Collier was the recipient of this year’s Samuel C. Johnson Award in Sustainable Global Enterprise for Individual Leadership. ›
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