Next Generation Ideas: Student Call for Content

Next Generation Ideas: Student Call for Content

Students, we know you have great ideas. Share them with NBS.
Attention students. You spend countless hours researching, writing and producing projects and papers for your professors. Why not share your work, so the world can benefit?  
 
NBS links research and practice to advance business sustainability. Mobilizing ideas from your projects lets others learn from and act on them. You can help established leaders see things in new ways.
 
Our ask?
 
If you’ve done an innovative project or paper on business sustainability, please spend five minutes telling us about it here
 
We welcome submissions from students at any level of post-secondary education and from any country or discipline.
 
Our Content Committee reviews submissions monthly, and will explore how NBS might share your idea. 
 
Here’s what they look for:
If your submission meets these criteria, we’ll support you in transforming the ideas into an article for our network, which includes more than 7,000 managers, students and faculty.
 
We’ll be sure to feature your photo, bio, and future goals, so those in the network can see the future leader behind the ideas. 
Submit your idea now!

Content Committee

Our Content Committee includes leading thinkers from research and practice. Each month, members volunteer their time to review submissions, then meet to discuss and make recommendations.

Members include:

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Auden Schendler

Senior Vice President, Sustainability, Aspen Skiing Company

More about Auden.
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Wren Montgomery

Assistant Professor, Sustainability and General Management, Ivey Business School.
Visiting Research Scholar, University of Michigan Erb Institute for Business Sustainability

More about Wren.
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Tom Lyon

Dow Professor of Sustainable Science, Technology and Commerce, University of Michigan Ross School of Business and School of Environment and Sustainability

More about Tom.
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Tima Bansal

Executive Director, Network for Business Sustainability
Canada Research Chair in Business Sustainability, Ivey Business School

More about Tima.