To celebrate their contributions, winning tutors are invited to the awards ceremony where you will be presented with a certificate on behalf of your institution as an acknowledgement of the quality of the teaching and student engagement promoted.
You will join the prestigious club of previous winning institutions which in the last couple of years includes: the University of St Andrews; UCL Faculty of Laws; London School of Economics; and Birbeck College, University of London.
The IBE Student Essay Competition celebrates the best student writing and thinking on business ethics.
All the information you need to know about the competition can be found below and in the downloads box on the right hand side of this page.
The competition is great for your professional development.
Essay Copetition Credit Education Week Canada - Essay Writing
Winning an essay competition looks good on your CV. You will be given the opportunity to present your essay to industry experts (both academic and practitioner) at the awards ceremony.The paper must include a 250-word summary, as well as three to five provocative questions related to the essay content that can be used to stimulate dialogue at the Biodiversity Revisited Symposium.The references, provocative questions and summary are not included in the word limit.They encourage you to critically examine the problem statement with respect to one of the following themes, OR through a holistic lens that cuts across numerous themes.Contributions from outside the biodiversity/conservation space are especially welcome.For more information on Carl Neureuther and book collecting resources, please see the research guide.Awards will be given in two categories: graduate and undergraduate.In response, my essay draws on elements of History and International Relations theory to analyse corporate responsibility in a global context.I am very grateful to the Institute of Business Ethics for this award and for encouraging me to continue to foster these connections in the future." Really enjoyed the event at @IBEUK this evening discussing the past, present and future of #businessethics with @[email protected]_LSpence.Are you an early career researcher or practitioner?Do you have a provocative idea on how we can improve biodiversity research and practice?