The PhD Sustainability Academy convenes 15 promising PhD students and senior researchers championing path-breaking research on sustainability across multiple disciplines using diverse theoretical and methodological approaches.
The next session of the Ivey Innovation Learning Lab will be facilitated by Jorrit de Jong, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Management at Harvard Kennedy School. It will build on past sessions through a focus on collaboration.
The Sustainability Salon is an intimate community of scholars, each conducting research related to sustainable business. Through virtual meetings, members share ideas and push one another's thinking, without the heavy burden of conference travel.
The fourth session of the Ivey Innovation Learning Lab will be facilitated by Kristel Van Ael, Partner & Designer at Namahn, a human-centred design agency. It will build on past sessions through a focus on systemic design innovation processes.
The Ivey MBA Social Impact & Sustainability Club will be hosting our first-ever Local London Week from July 20th to 25th to encourage the MBA class to get out in the London community and do our part to support local businesses and organizations.
The third session of the Ivey Innovation Learning Lab will be facilitated by Terry Irwin, Director of the Transition Design Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. It will build on past sessions through a focus on design thinking and systems thinking.
A sustainable agriculture case-based discussion, moderated by Professor Tima Bansal. The case invites consideration of a decision confronting every farm business operator: Should I commit to Carbon Regenerative Soil Management? How will that affect yield and profit?
The purpose of the Ivey Sustainability Conference is to create an inclusive community of scholars who are eager to push the frontiers of knowledge towards sustainable development. Researchers from all disciplines and career stages are welcome to attend and participate in the conference.