December 10, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Big Meat vs. Michael Pollan

Beef industry group crusades to stop the Pollan-ation of America's college students.

Baking for Good

As a freshman majoring in Chinese at Georgetown, I felt as though a hundred doors had just opened in front of me and...

Generosity, Trussed

American higher education depends profoundly on philanthropy, and whatever threatens philanthropy threatens American higher education.

Free Tuition for New Haven Students

A new program called New Haven Promise will pay eligible students' tuition at any public college or university in Connecticut.

Do We Really Need Math?

Education has been the surprise election issue this Midterm season as politicians vie for votes by raising the alarm over America's seeming lack...

$80-Million Gift to Cornell Supports Sustainability Programs

The largest gift ever by an individual to Cornell University will go to support programs in sustainability research, the university is to announce...

A Social Entrepreneur in the Works

People often ask me what I want to do in life, and nearly everyone is surprised when I tell them my answer. I...

To Save Students Money, Colleges May Force a Switch to E-Textbooks

You've heard it before: Digital technologies blew up the music industry's moneymaking model, and the textbook business is next.

Is our children's education controlled by corporate interests?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Is the technology industry taking control of our children's education in the name of corporate community investment?...

Turning Asphalt Into Edible Education

It was the respectful way the children worked together in the kitchen to prepare the food they had just helped grow, and the...



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