Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise

Learn more about our research, faculty and staff, and the exciting experiential learning opportunities we provide to students.

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Using Open Data, Natalie Grillon Makes Supply Chains Collaborative and Transparent

The Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise celebrates 20 for 20 honoree Natalie Grillon, MBA ’12, CEO of Open Supply Hub.

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Beyond the Present: A Journey to Identify Future Risks Imperiling Humanity

Marcus Lee, MBA ’24, describes his internship at Quantum Risk Analytics, a nonprofit that aims to steer humanity away from unseen perils.

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SC Johnson College of Business Offers New Climate Finance Course

Visiting Assistant Professor Alissa M. Kleinnijenhuis created a Climate Finance course for the SC Johnson College of Business

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Sustainable Strides: New Balance’s Commitment to Quality

Kyra Stiggelbout, MBA ’24, found a rewarding role at the intersection of quality and sustainability last summer at New Balance.

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To Sustainably Grow and Delight Consumers Globally: My Summer at Kraft Heinz

Ian Cairns, MBA ’24, leveraged the skills, tools, and knowledge he acquired at the Johnson School during his internship at Kraft Heinz.

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Climate Roundtable Sparks Insight and Invites Collaboration

Dean Andrew Karolyi gave a lightning talk on strategies to encourage and sustain private investment in the green transition at the 2030 Project event.

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A Glimpse into Urbanization in the Slums

The resilience of the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya, amid urbanization and plastic bans, reflects a changing landscape.

Molebi, JewleKrystal and Sheryl stand in front of a BaldGoddess trifold in Sage Hall's atrium.
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BaldGoddess: Empowering Women in Business and Beyond

Big Red Microenterprise students worked with BaldGoddess entrepreneur JewleKrystal Fischer to enhance her business acumen and expand her enterprise.

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Maxine Bédat Lays Bare the Fashion Industry’s Impacts and How We Can Change It

Author and Dean’s Distinguished Lecturer Maxine Bédat traced the life cycle of a pair of jeans to help illustrate the fashion industry’s impact.