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Ecocentricity Blog - September 1, 2015


We at the Ray C. Anderson Foundation place great faith in our higher education institutions. They have the ability to impact and form the minds of our next innovators, our next leaders and thinkers and writers, our youngest voters, our soon-to-be wives, husbands, and parents. Our universities can be the fertile ground from which tomorrow’s change emerges, and that change might, and hopefully will, leave the world a better place.  Read more.

Do Sustainability Research Centers View Industry as a Partner or a Client?

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Bart King recently held a roundtable discussion with the directors of sustainability centers and institutes at six top business schools to learn more about how they engage with industry.

The first question was: Do you view industry more as a partner or client?

Catalyzing Change: Georgia Tech Establishes Hub for Sustainable Business Collaboration

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Howard Connell, managing director of Georgia Tech’s new Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, points to the panel of presenters at the Center’s inaugural event as an example of how it plans to address the systemic complexities of sustainability.

Ray Anderson's Legacy: Funding the Next Generation of Business Leaders at Georgia Tech

Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business
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Earlier in the week we announced the Ray C. Anderson Foundation's $5 million commitment to the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology to rename the Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability.

Ecocentricity Blog - February 3, 2015


Ray Anderson loved his family.  He loved his company and his employees.  He grew to love this beautiful blue-green planet and the life upon it.  But his alma mater held a special place in his heart.  Yes, Ray loved Georgia Tech.

$5 Million Commitment to Georgia Tech from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation Names Scheller College’s Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business

Center at Georgia Tech is named after Alumnus Ray C. Anderson
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January 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business has received a $5 million commitment from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation to rename the Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability. To honor this commitment and Ray Anderson’s legacy, the Center will now be known as the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business.

Getting a Master’s Degree … On My Schedule


Georgia Tech was always on my short list as a kid.

I only completed my bachelor’s degree in 2012, after 30 years. Then I saw the opportunity at Georgia Tech. I applied and much to my delight was accepted. It was an opportunity I could not pass up.


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