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Moore School Announces 2009 Page Prize Winners

April 05, 2010

The Darla Moore School of Business is proud to announce the winners of the 2009 D. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula. Now in its second year, the competition is designed to encourage and support efforts to introduce or substantially upgrade sustainability courses and/or associated coursework into the curriculum of business schools, both nationally and internationally. 

The Moore School created the Page Prize as part of its new Sustainable Enterprise and Development initiative in 2008. The Moore School’s approach to sustainability fosters understanding of the sustainable enterprise across three dimensions: the natural environment, good governance and ethics, and the value exchange between firms and their counterparts in governments and civil society. We believe this broad definition is more consistent with the challenges firms face today. 

The winning submissions will be added to the database of winning curricula/syllabi on the Moore Web site for adoption by business faculty around the world to use in their home institutions. Top submissions are also accessible through the Moore School's Partner Page on the Aspen Institute’s

Congratulations to the winners for 2009!

2009 Grand Prize Winners

  Dr. Andrew J. Hoffman
Dr. Andrew J. Hoffman
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
University of Michigan
Course: “Green Construction & Design”









 Dr. Michael W. Toffel  Dr. Forest L. Reinhardt
Dr. Michael W. Toffel and Dr. Forest L. Reinhardt
Harvard Business School
Harvard University
Course: “Business and the Environment”










2009 Honorable Mentions

Dr. Robert T. Clemen
Fuqua School of Business
Duke University
Course: “Modeling and Analysis for Environmental Sustainability”

Dr. Carol Seagle
Kenan-Flagler Business School
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Course: “Environmental Strategy”

Dr. Gilvan C. Souza
Kelley School of Business
Indiana University
Course: “Sustainable Operations”

Dr. Anant K. Sundaram
Tuck School of Business
Dartmouth University
Course: “Business and Climate Change”

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