BSP Virtual Open House: Corporate Responsibility in the Age of The COVID-19 Pandemic


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Please note: Webinar is only for Stern Undergraduate Students.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light questions on corporate responsibility, the changing nature of shareholder capitalism, and the fragile state of our social safety net. Rebuilding after the pandemic will require resilient leaders who can draw from the traditional business, social entrepreneurship, government and nonprofit sectors to revitalize the economy. Join faculty from Stern’s Business & Society Program to hear their brief perspectives on the COVID-19 pandemic and its relationship to topics such as mental health and coping mechanisms; the role of social entrepreneurs in rebuilding the economy; economic inequality; climate change; responsibility to employees and workers in supply chains; and impact on legal contracts.

Following the three-minute talks by the faculty, we will share information about how we are converting the Sustainable Business Co-concentration to a Sustainable Business Concentration as well as relevant curricular and co-curricular offerings to help students gain the necessary skills and frameworks to manage and address these complex societal challenges. We’ll cover information about courses for Fall 2020, hands-on research opportunities, funds to support internship, and career development programs.

Please note: Webinar is only for Stern Undergraduate Students.

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