Supporting Student Changemakers: Reaching across campus to drive sustainable impact

 

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Supporting Student Changemakers: Reaching across campus to drive sustainable impact

Curious about how a business school, school of public policy and a university-level institute on sustainability came together to create programs that prepare graduates to become engaged and ethical global citizens? Join this interactive conversation to explore ideas and lessons you can pick up from the experiences of UNH’s Changemaker Collaborative and its leader, Fiona Wilson.

Moderators:

Victoria Parker

Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Faculty Administration, Associate Professor of Management, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire
Victoria Parker, D.B.A. is UNH’s Paul College of Business & Economics Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Faculty Administration, and an Associate Professor of Management. Trained in organizational behavior, her research has focused on how the organization and management of healthcare organizations influence a variety of outcomes for both healthcare workers and patients. In her current role, she collaborates with faculty to develop, innovate, and grow professional masters and certificate programs.
 

Fiona Wilson

Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer, University of New Hampshire, Director of UNH's Sustainability Institute, and Affiliate  Clinical Associate Professor of Social Innovation, Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainability at the Paul College of Business & Economics
Fiona Wilson, D.B.A. is Deputy Chief Sustainability Officer for the University of New Hampshire (UNH), a recognized national leader in sustainability. She is also Director of UNH's Sustainability Institute, and an affiliate Clinical Associate Professor of Social Innovation, Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainability at the Paul College of Business & Economics. Her research focuses on how the power of business can be harnessed to help address some of the world’s most pressing social and environmental issues. She focuses on innovative entrepreneurial companies with business models that are good for people, the planet, and profits.


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