Global and Civic Engagement

Global and Civic Engagement

The Walker College of Business supports global and civic engagement for all students, faculty and staff. The three areas of emphasis are social & environmental sustainability, diversity & inclusion and international programs. These emphases are central to the College mission to deliver transformational educational experiences that prepare and inspire students to be ethical, innovative, and engaged business leaders who positively impact our community, both locally and globally.

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App State to offer (Re-Imagined) HR Summit October 13-16

App State to offer (Re-Imagined) HR Summit October 13-16

Appalachian State University's Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management (IOHRM) program will host a (Re-Imagined) HR Summit ...

Walker College Inclusive Excellence team to host Diversity & Inclusion Virtual Town Hall on Aug. 20, seeks input to inform diversity, equity and inclusion action plan

Walker College Inclusive Excellence team to host Diversity & Inclusion Virtual Town Hall on Aug. 20, seeks input to inform diversity, equity and inclusion action plan

The Walker College of Business (WCOB) at Appalachian State University is seeking input from its business students, faculty and staff members to inform...

Management professor to serve as scholarship of diversity, equity and inclusion panelist for first Virtual Research Forum

Management professor to serve as scholarship of diversity, equity and inclusion panelist for first Virtual Research Forum

Appalachian State University's Office of Research will host the first Virtual Research Forum to engage faculty members in research-related conversatio...

CARE researchers create buzz with recent article in the Journal of Apicultural Research

CARE researchers create buzz with recent article in the Journal of Apicultural Research

A century of discovery: Mining 100 years of honey, is creating a buzz having been recently included in the Journal of Apicultural Research.R...

Rajat Panwar

Research from Walker College sustainability director supports case that consumers can affect corporate climate action

In a recent Forbes.com post entitled Climate Change: The Ball Is In Our Court, Erik Kobayashi-Solomon cited Dr. Rajat Panwar, associate prof...

Sustainable business professor warns that climate change initiatives may be other casualty of the pandemic

Walker College of Business Sustainability Director, Dr. Rajat Panwar, predicts a downturn in sustainability initiatives due to the global pandemic. Qu...

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