December 08, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Africa Unite - how one student is changing the world

Changing the world and breaking the mold were two things I was encouraged to do at an early age. My friends and I...

Apollo Talent - the power of music, entrepreneurship and community service

I arrived at Georgetown University last fall with more passion than your average freshman. Sure, I was excited to get to class, meet...

Declining by degree

Will America's universities go the way of its car companies?

10 of the Greenest U.S. Colleges

As college admission grows more and more competitive and students also become more environmentally conscious, it begs the question: Which colleges are the...

New Guide Spotlights Expanding Roster of Green MBA Programs

The slumping economy may be dragging down the share prices of some of the nation's largest companies, but it isn't slowing down the...

The Nation's Greenest Colleges

One way to measure environmentalism on college campuses is to size up their efforts to cut energy use or to recycle garbage. In...

Community colleges fighting to cope

States cutting school budgets even as enrollment soars

10 eco-tips for college students

Going off to college this year? Here are some ways to go green when you get there...

Chefs help craft healthier school lunches with local food

On his first day on the job as director of food and nutrition for Baltimore City Schools, chef Tony Geraci brought in 40,000...

$200 Textbook vs. Free. You Do the Math.

Mr. McNealy, the fiery co-founder and former chief executive of Sun Microsystems, shuns basic math textbooks as bloated monstrosities: their price keeps rising...



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