Tag Archives: overcoming challenges

A Deep Dive into the Waste Problem in the Galapagos

10/3/16 – This blog post was written by students in the GSSE MBA who conducted field work in the Galapagos in regards to overconsumption, waste management, and environmental conservation. The Galápagos Islands have been globally recognized for their high levels … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Grit and Perseverance of Cambodian Youth

6/17/16 – This guest post is written by three students in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program who are conducting field work in Cambodia this summer for their educational startup company. Suor Sdey! Hello from Education Team in … Continue reading

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Challenges of Consistency in the Coffee Industry in Indonesia

6/8/16 – This guest blog post is written by Mama Bumi, a Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA student venture team tackling deforestation in Indonesia alongside their partner, the Kehati Foundation. You can also learn more about Mama Bumi on … Continue reading

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Meet our Next 29 World Changers: Introducing Cohort 9

Introducing Cohort 9! It is our biggest cohort to date at 29 students. Each year, our pool has become more competitive, and the qualifications of our students more impressive.  This is in no small part due to the impressive accomplishments, and … Continue reading

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Liv+: A Well-Rounded Journey for a Healthcare Solution in Brazil

This Blog post was written by Liv+, a team of MBA students (Mariana Negrao, Marite Perez, and Daniel Walker-Murray) in the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program at Colorado State University, who are working on their summer practicum in … Continue reading

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Making the Most of a Crazy Supply Chain: Real World Learning via Real World Situations

5/15/14 – This guest post is written by Dr. Susan Golicic, Professor of Supply Chain Management in the College of Business at Colorado State University. She teaches in both the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA program as well as … Continue reading

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Tackling Zambia’s Challenges – Getting to Know the Village of Mwavi

Earlier this semester I described my introduction and entry into the International Development Design Summit (IDDS), but of course that was just the beginning.  After a little over a week of seminars, classes, activities and bonding, we were assigned to … Continue reading

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Seeing Is Believing: The Power of Social Enterprise via Photos

Thanks to our wonderful GSSE MBA alumni for providing these wonderful photos. Enjoy! -Kat

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Living to Fish – and Fishing for a Living

3/18/13 – Mitesh Gala (GSSE MBA ’08) is CEO and Founder of SEED, and is living in Mumbai with his wife and new baby. He spent some time with local fisherman, and shares the inspiring story of these entrepreneurial youth. … Continue reading

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