Net Impact UMass Dartmouth honored for second year in a row
NORTH DARTMOUTH --The Net Impact UMass Dartmouth chapter at the Charlton College of Business was awarded the distinction of Silver Chapter in the international Net Impact organization for the second year in a row
NORTH DARTMOUTH --The Net Impact UMass Dartmouth chapter at the Charlton College of Business was awarded the distinction of Silver Chapter in the international Net Impact organization for the second year in a row. This honor places the chapter in the top tier of business schools worldwide, an honor shared with 23 out of 270 chapters globally on 6 continents. Other Silver Chapter business schools are Haas at University of California Berkley, Booth at the University of Chicago and Columbia University to name a few.
Net Impact UMass Dartmouth is a group of students and professionals who work towards using business for positive social, environmental and economic impact.
Net Impact UMass Dartmouth earned Silver Chapter distinction for a wide variety of activities on the UMass Dartmouth campus, including lectures, networking events, curriculum changes, and the development of the sustainability studies programs. While formed as a graduate chapter, Net Impact UMass Dartmouth welcomed undergraduates to the group in 2010.
The UMass Dartmouth chapter featured in the 2010 edition of 'Business As UNusual', the student guide to graduate programs published yearly from Net Impact, San Francisco, CA, highlights how potential students can integrate sustainability into their MBA and business school degrees.
For more information on the UMD Net Impact Chapter, visit http://www.umassd.edu/studentclubs/netimpact or contact via email at NetImpactUMD@gmail.com. For more information on Net Impact visit www.netimpact.org.
Author: "Kaisa Holloway Cripps [Contact]"
Charlton College Of Business
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