Several key stakeholder groups convened this month.
Alongside the Strategic Board meeting, Cornell University also hosted the CEMS Academic Directors meeting (Academic Committee). During their meeting, several topics were discussed among which was the Global Citizenship Seminars. The Global Citizenship seminar provides students with the opportunity to engage with Sustainable Development Goals through experiential learning. Congratulations to Christine Côté (LSE) and Ladislav Tyll (VSE) who were re-elected as Chair and Deputy Chair of the Committee for the next two years.
The CEMS Managers met to share best practices. They really are the group that holds the programme together by managing diverse students, nationalities, cultures and backgrounds, with colleagues from all around the globe - working within many time zones. Their operational and coordinating strength enables the CEMS MIM programme to function across the CEMS world.
The CEMS Global Leadership Faculty Group also met in June and confirmed their ambition to educate leaders who will care about Planet, People, Prosperity, Peace and Partnerships.
It takes a whole community to bring CEMS to life and we appreciate and thank all our stakeholders for their valued support, collaboration and dedication to bringing the CEMS Values and Mission to future responsible leaders.