To all who are hurting, to our black friends, family, teammates, students, faculty, staff, mentors, colleagues and peers: we want you to know that we see you, we are listening to you, we continue to learn from you, and we stand with you and for you in solidarity and in action.
The challenge continues with six interns gathering stories, organizing resources and driving conversation about the issues highlighted by the competition.
Join a group of leaders who will help guide our global Invest for the Future initiative! Council members connect with other industry leaders, students and faculty and will help guide planning, engagement, mentorship and collaboration to ensure the relevance, value and impact of the initiative. Contact Us
Welcome to our new and returning MBA students--we are excited to have you all back on campus! As a reminder, our offices are located at 3420 and 3419 in McColl;
 

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CSE Welcomes MBA Students Back to Campus

August 03, 2021

Welcome to our new and returning MBA students--we are excited to have you all back on campus! As a reminder, our offices are located at 3420 and 3419 in McColl; our website is here: www.cse.unc.edu; and details of the Sustainable Enterprise enrichment concentration can be found here: www.cse.unc.edu/index.php/mba/curriculum/. More

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Judges Needed for the LIFT Challenge

Friday October 1, 2021

Get inspired while helping to develop the next generation of leaders in impact investing and blended finance by becoming a judge for Launching Investment for Future Transformation (LIFT) sponsored by Bank of America. The charge is for student teams to devise plausible blended finance strategies for sustainability initiatives that will drive social equity and economic mobility. We will need your help to evaluate these student proposals. You can help determine which strategies are the most innovative and which will earn a portion of $15,000 USD in prizes More

 

Latest Research

Kenan Insight from CSE Experts on What to Expect from Biden on Climate Change

March 08, 2021

Many Americans expect newly inaugurated President Joe Biden to achieve progress in improving the quality of the environment. In this Kenan Insight, CSE experts Dr. Olga Hawn, Jeff Mittelstadt and Tracy Triggs-Matthews explain why we support these expectations, examining what Biden has already done in his brief tenure, the feasibility of the plans he’s outlined thus far, and whether (and how) he can propel the U.S. to a leadership role in sustainability More