May 30, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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CSR in HE: Could Universities be Doing More?

What does CSR mean for universities? Guardian's Professional Network explores.

VIDEO: Social Innovation In Education

The founder of the teacher-focused crowdsourcing site talks about using technology to address educational inequities.

No Child Left Behind: Can Business Step In?

The redefining “No Child Left Behind” act was passed exactly 10 years ago. Today, however, there is real question on its value. Can...

Maria Nidita Radyati, CSR Manager

Over the next 10 years, advances in corporate social responsibility may redefine Indonesia.

Why green graduates deliver business benefits

Young people may lack experience but they often come equipped with the latest sustainability and bags of enthusiasm. The Guradian reports.

Colleges Are Part of a $4-Billion Energy-Efficiency Program

The White House has announced some colleges will be part of a $4-billion program to improve energy efficiency over the next two years,...

'$1bn' University Green Endowment Plan Launched

Harvard and Stanford are among 32 universities that have committed $65 million to new energy efficiency financing initiative Billion Dollar Green Challenge |... is the leader in online tutoring and homework help for college students.

Top Ten Things You Would Have Learned at University of Vermont's Sustainable Business Program

By Cynthia Belliveau, M.P.A., Ed.D., Dean of University of Vermont Continuing Education This summer, professionals from as far away as the Sudan and...

Green tech: Wharton's new star pupil

SmartPlanet reports about the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School's venture to push the world toward sustainable energy solutions.



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