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Greenleaf Book Wins Gold Medal in 2015 Axiom Business Book Awards
I am pleased to announce that Responsible Leadership by Sir Mark Moody-Stuart has tied for Gold in the 'Business Ethics' category. Click here to view the official results.

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The migrant story of non-belonging by Dr Aminul Hoque In the summer of 2004 my family went to our motherland of Bangladesh in search of self-discovery. One moment sticks in my mind. I saw that my aunts and uncles all looked worried and were muttering amongst themselves.

Sustainable Luxury & Fashion Expert is Coming to NYC and Miami!
Maria Giron will be in NYC on April 7th to discuss topics from her publication Sustainable Luxury and Social Entrepreneurship. She will then travel to Miami, FL. All events are free and open to the public. Click
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Sir Mark Moody-Stuart is Coming to Washington, DC and New York!
Mark Moody-Stuart is coming to the U.S. beginning on April 8th through April 13th to further discuss topics from his book Responsible Leadership. Click
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James Barry’s Murals at the Royal Society of Arts William L. Pressly
"James Barry's Murals at the Royal Society of Arts: Envisioning a New Public Art by William L. Pressley...is an impressive 272 page compendium showcasing the life and art of one of Ireland's best and most original painters of his day. Flawlessly reproduced images enhanced a truly informed and
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Linked Courses for General Education and Integrative Learning Margot Soven, Dolores Lehr, Siskanna Naynaha, Wendy Olson
"In one sense this book is most relevant for faculty at institutions which offer linked courses or are contemplating such programs. However, other readers may find these examples useful as illustrations of ways to make individual courses more interdisciplinary as well or develop team-taught courses or
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