University of Oxford appoints Mette Morsing as the next Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment!

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The University of Oxford has appointed ‘our’ Professor Mette Morsing as the next Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, and Professor of Business Sustainability. Mette will take over from Professor Cameron Hepburn as Director on 1 October 2023. She has additionally been made a Fellow by Special Election at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford.


Mette (on leave from her position at MSC/CBS) is currently Head of the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), UN Global Compact, in New York since 2020 (USA). She leads the United Nation’s largest initiative on responsible management education with more than 800 business school and university signatories signed up to advance sustainability in leadership education (including CBS).


At MSC, we congratulate Mette with this prestigious appointment and wish her all the best for her and the Smith School!


Part of the top-ranked School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford, the Smith School

of Enterprise and the Environment brings public and privateenterprise together with world-leading research to achieve global net-zero emissions and sustainable development. It is known for pioneering work across climate risk, environmental economics, sustainable finance, and law, from climate conscious investment to innovative funding models underpinning water security for over 3 million people. Education – from undergraduate teaching to executive education – is also central to the School’s mission.


Read more about the appointment of Mette Morsing on the website of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment.


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