Radrick Challenge Course, 1120 N. Dixboro Rd.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Theme: Opening Governance
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During this prospective student webinar, we’ll talk about the application process to both Ross and SNRE, timelines for the year, and interesting projects that our students are working on.
June 2 – Supply Chain Sustainability: Emerging Trends and Opportunities for Action / BSR Connect Event
The event will feature an interactive dialogue with BSR issue experts and industry peers highlighting best practices and opportunities for action, followed by an informal reception to continue the conversation.
During this event, we will discuss:
- Commodities of concern: From conflict minerals and leather to electronics and beyond, what are significant sustainability issues in the commodities and components used in automotive and other industrial supply chains?
- Human rights and working conditions: How do new global standards on business and human rights apply to company supply chains, and how can companies engage effectively?
- Climate resilience: What role is climate change, as well as potential regulatory responses, likely to play in global supply chains, and how can companies prepare?
May 15 – Good, Bad and Maybe: Communicating Scientific Certainties and Uncertainties / Dr. Richard Alley
“Good, Bad, and Maybe: Communicating Scientific Near-Certainties and Deep-Uncertainties to a Non-Scientific Audience”
Dr. Richard Alley, Professor of Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University
Michigan Ross is hosting the 2nd annual Positive Business Conference. The conference will deliver workshops and keynote sessions designed to inspire and empower professionals to create engaged and productive workplaces through positive business.
Location: Assembly Hall, Rackham Building, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
This Michigan Meeting will be a culmination of an 18 month dialogue on an issue of interdisciplinary and global importance: the engagement of the academy in creating informed decision-making with the public and political realms.
“Delivering on Science’s Social Contract”
Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Distinguished Professor of Zoology, Oregon State University, former Administrator of NOAA and Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere