PRME Chapter Talk – 21 April 2021 at 16.00 UK time
A webinar presented by the PRME UK and Ireland Chapter for both a regional and global audience
Title: How to write an award-winning SIP Report: Lessons from the front line!
A central commitment of any institution participating in the PRME initiative is to regularly share information with its stakeholders on the progress made in implementing the Six Principles through a Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) report. As a key integrity measure, the SIP's main objective is to serve as a public vehicle for information on responsible management education. In addition, the SIP can be an effective tool for facilitating stakeholder dialogue as well as internal learning communities.
While a business school’s SIP can provide great value, both to the individual signatory as well as to the wider global PRME community – writing one – let alone writing an award-winning SIP – is no easy matter, especially at the first time of asking! Hence our Chapter Talk Title this month:
How to write an award-winning SIP Report: Lessons from the front line!
When: Wednesday April 21st 16.00 UK Time
Where: Online – Link to register HERE.
This PRME Chapter Talk is hosted by the UK & Ireland Chapter Chair, Dr Jonathan Louw, joined by:
Professor Mette Morsing, Head of PRME,
Dr Laura Steele: Award-winning SIP author 2019, and PRME Champion at Queen’s Management School, Belfast
Dr Alec Wersun, Member of the newly formed PRME Global Chapter Council
Background to PRME Chapter Talks:
The PRME Chapter Talks series is a cross-chapter space for thought-provoking knowledge exchange on sustainability challenges and solutions, for educators and business leaders alike. The Talks are designed to provide inspiration to the PRME Community around the world, where each individual may not face the exact same challenges but may be stimulated to ‘translate’ those challenges and the way they are addressed to their own local context.
Each month, a different PRME Regional Chapter hosts a 1-hour webinar on a topic of their choosing in the space of responsible management education.
7th Annual Conference and AGM at University of Lincoln: 5th - 7th July 2021
Dear PRME UK and Ireland Colleagues,
We are delighted to send you our Call for Contributions for two significant events in our 2021 Chapter calendar:
* our first ever Doctoral Colloquium, taking place online on Monday 5th July 2021
* our seventh Annual Conference (which will include our Chapter AGM), taking place on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th July 2021
The colloquium will offer doctoral students from across the PRME membership the opportunity to seek expert and peer feedback on their doctoral projects. It will also offer the opportunity to build a network of like minded scholars. We invite contributions from students involved in all areas of research around responsible management and the fulfilment of the sustainable development goals.
The conference, hosted this year by the University of Lincoln, has an overall theme of Crises & the Re-thinking of Responsibility. Contributions are sought in three strands: pedagogy, partnership and the re-envisioning of management education.
Booking for both events is also now open via the University of Lincoln website (http://prmeuki2021.org.uk/). Delegate fees have intentionally been kept as low as possible to maximise attendance and to demonstrate one of the benefits of Chapter membership and our Chapter fee.
Please pass on this announcement to all interested colleagues. We look forward to welcoming you to one or both of these events in the summer of 2021.
With best wishes
Dr Claire May and Professor Ted Fuller Dr Rachel Welton
Conference Co-Chairs, University of Lincoln Doctoral Colloquium Chair, Nottingham Trent University