March 5, 2015, No comments

by CAROL BAROUDI Attending the GreenBiz Forum in Phoenix the week of February 16 was a wonderful experience. It was hard not to be inspired and delighted amid so many people doing […]

Giving Women In Technology A Boost For Further Advancement

March 4, 2015, No comments

A few months ago, in October 2014, we launched our inaugural “HP Helion OpenStack scholarship program,” a special program for college women pursui ...


Eastman Teams Up with Industrial Design Students on Nature Park Preserve Collaboration

March 4, 2015, No comments

This past week, a group of industrial design students and professors from the Savannah College of Art and Design visited Eastman’s Kingsport Headqua ...


How Nespresso Supports Local Farmers to Business Success

February 28, 2015, No comments

Nespresso CEO Jean-Marc Duvoisin is well aware that the success of his business depends on the success of local farmers. Through that connection, Nesp ...

    Corporate Responsibility Executive Institute Launched
    February 20, 2015, No comments

    ACCP and the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business announced today the formation of the Corporate Responsibility Executive Institute (CREI). CREI will deliver business-based executive development programs tailored [...]

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    BNY Mellon and The Forbes Funds Launch UpPrize
    February 18, 2015, No comments

    Pittsburgh-area entrepreneurs have until April 15 to compete for up to $1 million in cash and technical assistance through UpPrize, a social innovation challenge sponsored by BNY Mellon, BNY Mellon Foundation [...]

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    Can Data be Used to Fight Hunger?
    February 12, 2015, No comments

    Yesterday, General Mills stood alongside seven leading corporations and NGOs at the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Winter Meeting. We announced a new cross-sector anti-hunger partnership designed to create standardized [...]

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    What is Design for Social Innovation?
    February 6, 2015, No comments

    This interview with Cheryl Heller was conducted by the Design for Social Innovation (DSI) program (taking applications now) and explores what it means to design for social change—a path Cheryl has dedicated [...]