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Hunger – a wicked problem

Prof. Rob van Tulder outlines societal challenges in food sustainability and security in RSM Outlook

Small start-ups: big social change with heavyweight ideas

The winners of I WILL Get in the Ring 2018 share how their ideas are being executed.

RSM students best negotiators at UN climate change convention simulation

41 RSM students acted as government, industry and civil society representatives.

Solving waste management in 24-hour business case competition

Inspired students’ ideas will be used in real waste management and marketing strategies.

Innovative recycled coconut waste idea wins CleanTech Challenge

RSM and TU Delft students developed sustainability business ideas for CleanTech Challenge 2018.

KPMG sustainability award for green choice behaviour on e-grocery

MSc graduate Tatjana Morisnicenko won €1,000 for her sustainability-focused thesis.

For public safety and security, society’s powerful tool is science

Inaugural address from Prof. Gabriele Jacobs on organisational behaviour and culture.

Social enterprises’ pitched battles result in two victors

The two €15,000 I WILL Awards 2018 went to start-ups by RSM students: Boxrs4ALL and Juvoo.

Social enterprise business case study wins The Case Centre Awards

Recognition for Fairphone business case study created by RSM’s CDC team.

Online course for improving CSR uses RSM expertise

Four-week course includes employee engagement research input from Dr Lonneke Roza.