As the University of Redlands School of Business & Society, we will continue to provide an integrated approach to business education that considers critical business concepts and skills within the societal context in which businesses operate.
Last year, the University of Redlands School of Business received approval from the Board of Trustees to change its name to the University of Redlands School of Business & Society. Hear from Senecal Dean Thomas Horan on how we are aligning our approach to business education in a changing world.
Join us as we celebrate a new name that fully reflects who we are: a forward-looking enterprise uniquely positioned to respond to the external trends in business and in business education in a manner that builds on our strengths and the strengths of our University.
Our new name aligns with our purpose and vision: to prepare doers, dreamers, and trailblazers to make a positive impact on business and society. To accomplish that, we are focusing on seven pillars that will guide us to deliver an integrated business education.
As the structure of business changes in response to social and environmental pressures, companies are embracing the opportunity to leverage social impact to create new competitive advantage. Krista Newkirk, President of the University of Redlands, shares how our name change outwardly illustrates our capacity to educate leaders who can meet these demands.
You have questions, we have answers. Get more insight about how the name change affects you.