Co Creation

Values and Ethics in Socially Entrepreneurial Universities

Tim Curtis | Posted 17.07.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Tim Curtis

The purpose of the socially entrepreneurial University can therefore be said to be to make society more equal and just through the values and decisions of our graduates. The debate on values then becomes re-centred on what values we wish to develop in our graduating students, and thus into social entrepreneurship that we create? Here are some suggestions.

Learning for Responsibility - Take it to The Bridge

Nigel Rayment | Posted 07.07.2013 | UK
Nigel Rayment

What is clear is that emerging factors have combined to expose big business and its place in society to increasingly intense and critical scrutiny. A very selective list might include the banking crisis and corporate tax scandals, the shrinking state, climate change and other environmental impacts, and the inequities and injustices in value chains, so horribly highlighted at the Dhaka garment factory.

Curious Too

Tim Curtis | Posted 22.08.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Tim Curtis

Remember, the social worth of a University is not to be measured in the projects it does, or the numbers of students it has, or the wealth it's students create. The social worth of a University is in the decisions it's graduates throughout their career.