G3 faculty and representatives from UAlbany's Office of Environmental Sustainability were in attendance at a new two-day conference in the Capital Region. Professor Miesing presented a poster describing G3 and the G3 systems model.
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Capital District YMCA Annual Report (2011)
During 2010 and 2011, our Y participated in UAlbany's G3 (Going Green Globally) initiative, to assist us in developing a long term sustainability plan.
NYSUNY 2020 (7/25/11)
Environmental and Economic Sustainability: Predicting, Planning and Conserving Our Environment for Future generations. Capitalizing on the "greening" initiatives in business and industry, UAlbany’s work will focus not only on basic scientific discoveries, but also on developing…
UAlbany Sustainability Bulletin (Summer 2010)
Each May after many graduate students have ended classes and final projects, the first year MBA students enter a rigorous academic experience called Going Green Globally, or G3. In this program...
Leading Scholars Convene at UAlbany to Analyze Green Management Practices (8/17/2009)
At the conference, UAlbany School of Business associate professor Paul Miesing will present a research paper based on evidence collected from the 'Going Green Globally' sustainability module in the School's MBA program, where graduate students evaluate…
UAlbany Full-time MBA Students Start Net Impact Chapter (Fall 2009)
After participating the G3, several full-time MBA students began a Net Impact chapter to keep up with the latest developments in corporate social responsibility through student led activities...
Improving the Bottom Line: UAlbany MBA Students Provide Companies with Innovative, Money Saving Energy Strategies (5/13/2009)
Working side-by-side with regional and national business development coaches, teams of University at Albany MBA students have created sustainability programs and strategies to improve the green efforts and bottom line for companies across the country...
Media Advisory: UAlbany MBA Students Provide Companies with Innovative, Money-Saving Energy Strategies (5/12/2009)
UAlbany Business School's "G3: Going Green Globally" MBA students will present sustainability plans to the Capital District YMCA, Clear View Bag, Goodrich (Aerospace), Living Resources, Price Chopper, and SEFCU. The "G3: Going Green Globally" program, supported by a $5,000 innovations grant...
University at Albany MBA Faculty Build G3: Going Green Globally (9/29/2008)
With the help of a $5,000 innovations grant, a fledgling program to have teams of UAlbany's first-year MBA students evaluate global strategies for companies in the renewable energy sector has taken off…
Institute for Teaching, Learning and Academic Leadership Annual Report (Spring 2008)
In March ITLAL issued a call for proposals for instructional and faculty development grants. Twelve awards were granted, ranging from $500 to $7000. Award winners include Linda Krzykowski and Paul Miesing, School of Business, G3: Going Green Globally…
The Business of Green (Spring 2008)
The School of Business continues to contribute to UAlbany’s "Go Green." In the MBA project G3, Going Green Globally, students will evaluate companies’ green concerns based on finance, human resources, information technology management and marketing, and then make recommendations for future success. The program draws on…
Biz Schools Create Global Programs to Fuel Foreign Market Pipeline (2/18/2008)
UAlbany's school of business introduced global studies into its MBA program last year when it created its G3 Going Green Globally. Students focus on environmental issues facing foreign and domestic markets, and how they impact each other…