The Global Business and Society (GBS) Fellows program offers a platform for students to develop a deeper understanding of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how global business can contribute to achieving these goals.
Sunday, August 28, 2022, is the application deadline for the Fall 2022 GBS Fellows Program
Application Link: https://forms.gle/VMQrp9ww8AWwfgKKA
The GBS Fellows Program offers a series of pro-seminars where business leaders and domain experts share their industry practices and business solutions to address the most pressing SDGs challenges. Topics include poverty and underdevelopment in emerging markets, gender inequality, circular business model, climate change and clean energy, and sustainable tourism. Student fellows investigate the SDGs and related business solutions, reflect on their learning, and showcase their findings to the campus community.
When and Where to Meet
The Fall 2022 GBS Fellows Program offers a hybrid learning platform of interactive online seminars, three on-site meetings (welcome session, poster presentation, and closing ceremony), and asynchronous self-learning. The program meets from 6:30 to 9:15 p.m. on Thursdays in BUS 202, or via Zoom.
Why You Should Join?
- develop a deep understanding of the critical issues facing the world, and how global business can help solve these issues
- earn 3-unit credit that can count toward your graduation (this option requires tuition payment of 3 credits), or be a fellow without registering for a course
- enhance your employability
- work with students from different disciplines and build your professional network
- receive zero-cost learning materials
- receive Global Business and Society Fellows Program certificate of completion
Who Is Eligible?
- currently enrolled Junior and Senior undergraduate students in good academic standing
- selected MBA/MSBA and non-business graduate students
How to Join
- Fill out the application form https://forms.gle/VMQrp9ww8AWwfgKKA
- If seeking academic credit, after being accepted into the Fellows Program, the program director will email you a permit number to register BUS 699-02 Independent Study (3 units; for undergraduate students), BUS 899-01 (3 units; for graduate students), or IBUS 815-01 Seminar in International Business (3 units; for graduate students), or seek Independent Study credit from your department.
- After being accepted into the Fellows Program, you can be a Fellow without enrolling in any course.
Please reach out to the program coordinator by email: Professor Matt Fisher at email@example.com