The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program is now accepting nominations for the Ideas Worth Teaching Awards! We are proud of our Ideas Worth Teaching community, and so call on your help to bring attention to the most innovative and exceptional courses in management education today. It is through your nominations that we build a catalogue of courses to both recognize extraordinary teaching and develop a supportive foundation for community among scholars.
We look for opportunities to feature winners’ thought leadership at events like the Academic-Executive Dialogue on Shared Prosperity and through BSP online platforms. Each month, the Ideas Worth Teaching email digest dedicates a special feature where innovative academics share the thinking behind their outstanding courses. Check out these examples from IWT winners:
- What Films Can Teach Us About Business Ethics
(Stony Brook University Professor Jadranka Skorin-Kapov)
- A Transatlantic Perspective on Teaching the Future of Work
(Sandrine Stervinou, Associate Professor of Business & Society at Audencia Business School)
- Teaching Business Students in a Warming World
(Duquesne Professor Robert Sroufe)
- Putting Affordable Housing at the Center of Real Estate Education
(Jaime Luque, Associate Professor at ESCP Europe Business School)
And be sure to nominate for the IWT Awards!