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PRME UK and Ireland Annual Conference: Schedule Published for UK & Ireland Conference 19th to 21st June


Bookings for the PRME Chapter UK and Ireland DC and Annual Conference are open! Join us 19-21 June at the University of Exeter Business School where we are investigating how Business Schools can contribute to a Greener, Healthier and Fairer society.

 

What can you expect each day?


19th June: Doctoral Colloquium

Registration & Icebreaker: Meet and greet with fellow participants and an engaging icebreaker event with Dr. Inmaculada Adarves-Yorno.


Introduction & Keynote: Opening remarks by Rachel Welton, followed by a keynote from Edvard Glücksman on sustainability career journeys.


Roundtables & Discussions: Doctoral students present their research, engage in roundtable discussions, and receive valuable feedback.


Panel & Networking: Tips for doctoral students on publishing, followed by networking, a multicultural tour, and an optional evening meal.


20th June: Annual Conference - Day 1

Welcome Addresses: Warm welcomes from the Dean of the University of Exeter Business School David Boughey and the PRME Chapter Chair Professor Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas.


Morning Keynotes: Insights from Fiona Charnley and Barry Waddilove, followed by a plenary panel session.


Paper Tracks and Workshops: Sessions on business school pedagogy, regenerative business, and more.


Afternoon Keynotes: Talks from Tima Bansal and Janice Kay CBE.


Further Discussions: Topics on social transformation, educational technologies, and more, concluding with reflections.


Conference Dinner: Held at the University of Exeter’s Holland Hall.


21st June: Annual Conference - Day 2

Morning Keynotes: Presentations by Ian Fussell and Omnia El Omrani, MD, followed by a plenary panel session.


Paper Tracks and Workshops: Diverse sessions on education, institutional change, and sustainability.


AGM & Youth Talks: PRME Chapter AGM and a special “Youth Talks” session.


Afternoon Tracks & Closing: Final paper tracks on education transformation and responsible leadership, closing with reflections from the PRME Chapter Chair.

 

 

Why Exeter Business School?

 

The conference theme of “Greener, Healthier, and Fairer” mirrors the University of Exeter 2030 strategy. The University has put sustainability at the heart of its strategy and is committed to embedding the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Those attending the conference will experience the University’s commitment to Fairtrade and sustainable catering. 


The University Streatham Campus covers over 100 hectares and is set in a Botanic Garden that is home to a variety of amphibians, birds, insects, mammals and reptiles. 


The conference is an opportunity to learn about the work of PRME and to network with educators who are embedding PRME within their practice. 


Registration is online via the conference website and chapter members are eligible for a 25% discount. 


Register here

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