- Hive Minds: Multidisciplinary collaboration creates virtual reality STEM experience for elementary studentsDecember 12, 2022
Faculty, staff, and students from three units across Mason have worked together to create a new VR experience so elementary students can take a “field trip” to the Mason apiary and learn from an expert beekeeper.
- December 1, 2022
George Mason University’s Business for a Better World Center (B4BW) recently convened an in-person Stakeholder Roundtable on the subject of Corporate Governance. The half-day event took place at Point of View International Retreat & Research Center at Mason Neck in Lorton, VA on October 21.
- October 6, 2022
Since 2019, George Mason University’s Business for a Better World Center (B4BW) has led the university’s contribution to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) North America chapter.
- April 25, 2022
The School of Business is offering a new BUS 491 Course for Fall 2022: Building Business for Impact - Rethinking Business and How it Drives Change in the World.
- October 7, 2021
On Thursday, October 7, 2021, the Business for a Better World Center welcomed Perry Chen, founder of Kickstarter, as part of the Stakeholder Capitalism Discussion Series. Watch on-demand.
- October 27, 2021
On Wednesday, October 27, 2021, the Business for a Better World Center welcomed Joshua Specht, author of Red Meat Republic, as part of the Ideas to Impact Speaker Series. Watch on-demand.
- November 19, 2021
On Friday, November 19, 2021, the Business for a Better World Center welcomed leaders from a wide range of disciplines and communities who outlined a framework by which the United States can empower the American people, in partnership with government, business, and civil society, to act on the climate crisis. Watch on-demand.
- Watch On-Demand: December 2, 2021 Stakeholder Capitalism Discussion Series on Assessing Company PerformanceDecember 2, 2021
On Thursday, December 2, 2021, the Business for a Better World Center welcomed B Lab, JUST Capital, and World Benchmarking Alliance as part of the Stakeholder Capitalism Discussion Series. Watch on-demand.
- October 15, 2021
- July 15, 2021
It wasn’t until 1972, during a United Nations conference in Stockholm, that the nations of the world formally announced what was already self-evident to most—human activity was detrimentally impacting the environment, and in turn, threatening our future prosperity. Nearly 50 years on, it seems that the more things change, the more they stay the same.