Monthly Archives: February 2013

Container Store CEO Kicks Off 2013 Business in Society Conference

 Kip Tindell, Chairman and CEO of The Container Store, spoke to an engaged audience on Thursday, February 7th as the keynote speaker for the 2013 Business in Society Conference, an event co-sponsored by IBiS and Darden’s Net Impact Club.  His … Continue reading

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Freeset Bags and Apparel Founder to Speak at Darden on 25 February 2013

Lunch discussion with Kerry Hilton
 Registration – In Business for Freedom
Co-sponsored by EMDC, Net Impact & DSAS  – Samosas & Chai provided

In 2001 Kerry founded Freeset Bags & Apparel as a means to provide alternative employment and economic freedom to women … Continue reading

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With IBiS Backing, Senator Warner Visits UVA to Discuss National Debt

On Monday, February 11th, as the highlight event of the Up to Us campaign at UVA, U.S. Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) spoke about the national debt at Newcomb Hall.  Up to Us is a student-led campaign on ten college campuses … Continue reading

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Senator Mark Warner to speak at UVA on 11 February 2013

 
 
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FLASH Seminar — How to Reduce the National Debt: the Tax Revenue Option

How to Reduce the National Debt: the Tax Revenue Option
Co-Sponsored with the UVA Up to Us campaign
Led by Darden Professor Mary Margaret Frank
Tuesday, February 5 @ 4:00 p.m.
Why does Warren Buffet pay fewer taxes than his administrative assistant? Will raising taxes solve our … Continue reading

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Erika Herz’s Favorite Reads on Sustainability

On January 29, Erika Herz, Manager of Sustainability Programs at Darden, wrote about some of her favorite sustainability readings (see her blog, Sustainability at Darden: How We Live and How We Learn ). She wrote of the inspiration for this piece,
Our popular Dean … Continue reading

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