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A lesson in good design: the Master’s in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment
5 March 2018 – CISL’s Master’s in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (IDBE) delivers high-quality interdisciplinary part-time education for built environment professionals from around the world. For over 20 years, the IDBE has been instrumental in developing the skills that help individual professionals learn how to work better together. As the new IDBE course director, Kayla Friedman shares her passion for the built environment, her vision for achieving sustainable and resilient design and how she aims to contribute to the legacy of the course.
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Becoming an agent for positive change: Studying for the MSt in Sustainability Leadership
18 December 2019 – Elena Vydrine, Head of Portfolio Management and Environmental Social Governance (ESG) Integration at Ryedale reflects on how studying for the Master of Studies (MSt) in Sustainability Leadership impacted her career in the finance sector.
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership
Applications are now open for the 2020 intake for the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership, as well as the postgraduate Diploma and Certificate in Sustainable Business. Alexandra Brunner, Senior Project Manager at CISL, reflects upon 10 years of delivering the unique Master's course.
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First CISL student to receive Mentis Cleantech Futures Bursary
9 September 2016 – We are delighted to announce that Marcela Ponce, who has joined 37 other students on CISL’s Master’s in Sustainability Leadership this month, has been selected as the first recipient of the Mentis Cleantech Futures Bursary.
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First-class graduate education in a Covid-19 world
7 May 2020 – Dr Louise Drake, Fellow at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and Course Director for the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership, reflects on the success of delivering CISL's graduate courses in a virtual format, and the acceleration of CISL’s digital capabilities that have opened up new opportunities for teaching and learning to deliver the future we want.
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Foresight, guidance and valuable insights
22 January 2019 – Natasha Walji, Sector Lead for Telco, Government, Entertainment & Technology at Google Canada, on forcing change, elevating the sustainability agenda and becoming a leader through her experience on CISL’s Master's in Sustainability Leadership.
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Graduate Programmes virtual open day webinars
Learn more about our graduate offering from our Course Directors. Join the Directors of our part-time graduate courses as they give you an overview of our programmes, talk you through the admissions process and let you know what you can expect from our sustainability and built environment courses.
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How can we achieve high-impact leadership? The role of experiential learning.
25 January 2019 – CISL Fellow Zoë Arden discusses the power of personal experiences in igniting commitment towards meaningful change, and shares key steps individuals can take to identify issues and lead action towards a strong sustainability agenda within their organisation.
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Leadership for sustainability: Where is the hope?
September 2015 – As another academic year commences, Dr Louise Drake, Deputy Course Director for the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership, reflects on the challenges and rewards of learning to be a sustainability leader.
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Leveraging the Master’s experience and the Cambridge network in the academic world
David Disi was a Master’s student at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership from 2012–2014. In this blog, he reflects on his experience in Cambridge and how learning about sustainability influenced his career path. David is currently an executive doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education.
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