So far, the primary focus in the PRME community has been on curriculum development and student engagement. However, in order to live up to its commitment, PRME signatory schools need a corps of faculty that possess the skills and competencies required to implement the principles of PRME in the classroom. This report argues that formal faculty development activities are necessary in order to achieve that outcome.
In the spring the Danish chapter of Transparency International (TI) moved into CBS and is now embedded with the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management (ICM). The ambition is to further strengthen ties with students and researchers at CBS.