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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 503 | Submission: 12111 | Sponsor(s): (MED, ONE, IM, MSR, IAM)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 6:30PM - 8:00PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Toronto
Research Agenda 2020: Exploring Impacts of Sustainability in Management Education
Exploring SiME Impacts

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Chair: Shelley F. Mitchell, Hult International Business School
Chair: Jorge Alexis Arevalo, William Paterson U.
Distinguished Speaker: Claire A. Simmers, Saint Joseph's U.
Distinguished Speaker: Gordon P. Rands, Western Illinois U.
Presenter: Melissa Edwards, U. of Technology, Sydney
Presenter: Patricia Kanashiro, Loyola U. Maryland
Presenter: Jean Garner Stead, East Tennessee State U.
Presenter: W Edward Stead, East Tennessee State U.
Presenter: Cathy A. Rusinko, Thomas Jefferson U.
Facilitator: Robert Sroufe, Duquesne U.
Facilitator: Leo Wong, MacEwan U.
Facilitator: Diego Alfonso Vazquez, Portsmouth Business School
Presenter: Ashley Ismailovski, William Paterson U.
Presenter: Thomas Wunder, Neu-Ulm U. of Applied Sciences
This 2018 Professional Development Workshop (PDW) represents phase I towards a three-year research project which aims to explore, examine, and expand the study of impacts of Sustainability in Management Education (SiME) integration. Based on the latest research in SiME, academic knowledge facilitated by the academy (AOM) and sponsoring divisions, and brainstorming ideas by influential academic authors, practitioners and journal editors, we design this PDW as a research, learning, and networking platform for all participants. In particular, we seek to offer a theoretical background to the field, review and highlight influential teaching, research narratives and interventions, as well as critically analyze integration capacity models for both developed and developing country contexts. New and returning participants will be invited to join this conversation by: a) further engaging in future research collaborations with those presenting, b) helping identify research streams not discussed in the PDW, c) continuing to further develop the concepts, models, and critiques of SiME, and d) building cross-border networks to dramatically increase the study of impacts of SiME efforts from global and cultural dimensions. The workshop promises to be informative, interactive, and full of research possibilities for those interested in the assessment of SiME integration.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit Please contact the workshop organizer to obtain the approval code. The deadline to register online is August 8, 2018.
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