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Business sustainability is an example of ethics in action. This seminar explores approaches to sustainability that contemporary firms are adopting. A change from just five years ago when sustainability was motivated primarily by operational efficiency. 

 

photo of julie manning magidJulie Manning Magid; Business Law, Kelley School of Business, IUPUI, jmagid@iupui.edu

 

 

photo of steven kreftSteven Kreft; Business Economics & Public Policy, Kelley School of Business, IU Bloomington, skreft@indiana.edu

 

 

photo of kelly eskewKelley Eskew; Business Law & Ethics, Kelley School of Business, IU Bloomington, kreskew@indiana.edu

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

Lilly, Improving Global Health & Strengthening Communities

Courtney Roberts, JD, Director, Global Health Philanthropic Initiatives

Mohamed Osman Mohamed, Analyst, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability

 

Friday March 1st at 12:00 PM

IU Bloomington, Hodge Hall, 2046

Lilly 30x30—a bold goal to increase access to quality health care in communities with limited resources for 30 million people on an annual basis by 2030. That’s a six-fold increase over the number of people Lilly reaches in these settings today.

Join Lilly’s Courtney Roberts, Director of Global Health Initiatives, and Mohamed Osman Mohamed, Analyst for Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, to learn insights about Lilly’s Global Health programs and how Lilly is expanding access to healthcare for millions of people in resource limited settings. We also will discuss how Lilly reports and communicates progress to investors and a broad range of stakeholders.

 


 

Cummins: Sustainable Community Leadership

Mary Chandler, Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Community Relations at Cummins, CEO of the Cummins Foundation

 

Friday Feb. 1st at 11:30 am

IU Bloomington, Hodge Hall, Room 2046

At Cummins, Mary helps build an internal company culture that attracts and retains employees, while also collaborating with external partners to craft public policy and community programs that both meet critical business needs and lead to prosperous and welcoming communities for employees. Mary led the development, funding and 2018 launch of Cummins Powers Women, an $11 million global community program to create large-scale impact and equity for women, strengthening Cummins’ internal commitment to the advancement of women. 

Lunch provided while it lasts.

 

Co-hosted by Indiana Women in Business

 


 

Sustainable Leadership: Inspiring Action Across Disciplines

 

Monday September 17th at 7 PM

Bloomington campus, Hodge Hall, Room 1000

Panel includes:

Rasul Mowatt Associate Professor Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies

Mary Embry Senior Lecturer in the School of Art, Architecture + Design

Sarah Osterhoudt Assistant Professor, Anthropology

Rahul Shrivastav IU Dining Manager

Andrew Predmore Director, IU Office of Sustainability

Food provided.  

Co-hosted by NetImpact