First North American PRME Regional Meeting
Call for Participation
Hosted By: University of Washington Bothell School of Business
Dates: Friday, October 10 through Saturday, October 11, 2014
Where: Bell Harbor Conference Center, Seattle, WA (directions and parking here)
Who Should Attend: Leaders of business schools, faculty members, students: (undergraduate/graduate/Ph.D. candidates), business representatives and government/nonprofit agencies
The mission of PRME is to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally. This initiative is inspired by internationally accepted values such as the principles of the United Nations Global Compact. Please visit unprme.org to learn more about PRME.
The inaugural North American PRME Regional Meeting celebrates responsible management in the business schools of our region. The UW Bothell School of Business is proud to host the first North American meeting and welcomes all colleagues from around the world. Attendees of this important meeting will be positioned at the forefront of an influential new horizon in business education and responsible management. You do not want to miss this meeting.
This is an innovative, interactive and involving conference. In addition to receiving and absorbing information, we encourage you to participate in engaging conversations and exercises that will leave you invigorated.
We do not seek to “preach to the converted.” Instead, we encourage thought-provoking debate on important issues.
We wish to be inclusive of important stakeholder groups. Teaching and research will be highlighted as highly important elements. Business leaders are invited to participate in lively conversations and will have opportunities to showcase best practices.
Important Dates and Fees
Early Registration (Register by August 1, 2014): $495
Subsequent Registration: $595
Click here to register for the conference
Click here to view the agenda for the conference.
Please visit our PRME signatory page to learn more about our school's achievements and goals in curriculum integration and research development within the field of corporate responsibility and sustainability.