Case study of how the Business School at Ithaca College is putting up a sustainable building and incorporating sustainable management principles into the curriculum
|Keywords:||Sustainability, Sustainable Management, Green Marketing, Social Marketing, Knowledge Management|
Scott Erickson has taught at Ithaca College since 2002, previously holding positions at SUNY College at Oneonta and Marist College. He received his Ph.D. from Lehigh University, holds Master’s degrees from Thunderbird and SMU, and a Bachelor’s degree from Haverford College. His main research interests are found in intellectual property, knowledge management, and competitive intelligence. His book, From Knowledge To Intelligence: Achieving Competitive Advantage in the Next Economy, with Helen N. Rothberg, was published in 2004. His work in sustainability has included papers on the Porter Hypothesis (that stringent environmental regulation can enhance international competitiveness) and Ithaca College’s sustainability program.
Marlene Barken has taught at Ithaca College since 1984 and she previously practiced law in Virginia. She received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor's degree from Cornell University. Her main research interests are developments in environmental regulation and limits of liability in negligence law. Her work in sustainability has included teaching and lecturing in environmental law and policy, Ithaca College's Resource and Environmental Management Program, and the Sustainability Initiative at Ithaca College and Tompkins County, New York.
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