In 2012, Atomi University is planning to draft the next long-term educational curriculum starting from FY 2014 to last for at least 4 years, which will be formally adopted in 2013.
I commit to reviewing the current curriculum from a viewpoint of sustainability education in line with the principles of the PRME and expanding dramatically educational programs on sustainable management in the new curriculum.
All of my colleagues in Faculty of Management and Graduate School of Management share my above-mentioned views on the direction of the new curriculum.
I will report our progress through annual reporting to the PRME.
Atomi University, Faculty of Management
Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) (PRME)
Resources devoted to implementation
Staff / Technical expertise
Expertise of students and staff dedicated to sustainable practices
Nariyasu Yamasawa, Dean, email@example.com
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