A shameless plug, for those few of you who may not yet know that BGI is (in some ways) the greatest thing since carbon footprinting. (And if you don’t know what that is…you’d better look it up.)
Bainbridge Graduate Institute is in the news again! This article about BGI from the Global Intelligencer gives a nice sense of who we are.
In other news: BGI students win Royal Society of Arts contest in ways to reduce the distance food travels on the way to market. Three of them are inducted as fellows of the Royal Society, placing them in a select group whose former members include Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Adam Smith and Karl Marx. [SM- I’ll futher shamelessly plug that they credited me in their student presentation to the school for helping with their idea. But ahh, as we know in business there are ideas and there’s execution, so we all know where the true credit is due.]
BGI now has 144 students, up from 94 last year and 54 the year before.
The Net Impact Student Guide to Graduate Programs rates BGI #1. In addition to being #1 overall, BGI was #1 in preparation for ethical and socially responsible leadership, #1 in environmental sustainability, #1 in corporate social responsibility, #1 in community development and #1 in student helpfulness.