Beyond Saddle Bag Sustainability for Business Education
Sustainable Business Thought Leader Writes About New UVM MBA
- By John M Turner
Dr. Stuart L. Hart, recently appointed Adjunct Full Professor here at the University of Vermont School of Business Administration, is one of the world's top authorities on the implications of environment and poverty for business strategy and sustainability. He has been advising and helping the School of Business Administration build its new Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA)
The role also has Dr. Hart assisting the business school build global collaborations for student recruitment and sites for SEMBA practicums as evidenced by a recent trip to one of the fastest growing economies of recent years, Brazil.
He recently wrote about the differences between many available sustainable MBA's and SEMBA, highlighting how sustainability is embedded in the core of our new program, rather than treating it as what he calls a "saddle bag" issue such as ethics, entrepreneurship, or emerging economies.
The article is called "Beyond Saddle Bag Sustainability for Business Education" and you can read it in its entirety here.