"I am delighted to support Booth's Social Enterprise Initiative," Edwardson said. "Booth students, faculty and alumni are engaging in a variety of ways in the social sector, from starting their own social ventures, to choosing a career in the impact economy, making a meaningful commitment to philanthropic and volunteer activities, and doing academic research."Led by faculty co-directors Marianne Bertrand, the Chris P. Dialynas Distinguished Service Professor of Economics, and Robert Gertner, deputy dean of the Part-Time MBA programs and the Joel F. Gemunder Professor of Strategy and Finance, the Initiative brings together researchers with social sector interests from across the University's academic disciplines, including economics, finance, marketing and psychology.
John Edwardson Gives $5 Million To The University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business
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