This new bonus episode introduces our Definers to the Master of Science in Environment and Sustainability Management Program, or MS-ESM program at Georgetown University. The MS-ESM program is a full-time, 11-month interdisciplinary program held on-campus in Washington, D.C. Over the 11 month time span, students complete courses that blend science with business principles that are critical to meeting the world's sustainability goals.
In this episode we chat with a professor and a student in the program:
Vishal Agrawal, the Henry J. Blommer Family Endowed Chair in Sustainable Business and a Professor of Operations Management at the McDonough School of Business and
David Yellen, a current Georgetown MS-ESM Student and Strategic Advisor at the Clean Air Task Force.
This bonus episode is perfect for Definers looking to enhance their knowledge about sustainability while continuing their education. If you are interested in being a part of the Fall 2023 cohort, applications are currently being accepted through May 15th. Visit esm.georgetown.edu for more information.
This episode is sponsored by the McDonough School of Business, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Earth Commons at Georgetown University.