Logsdon To Be Honored by UNM Libraries for Academic Productivity
January 15, 2002
Logsdon has been at The Anderson Schools since 1989; she was named a full professor in 1998. She is the editor of Business & Society, an academic journal that focuses on business ethics, business-government relations, corporate governance, corporate social performance, and environmental-management issues. She also serves on the Environmental Management Advisory Committee of the U.S. Department of Energy. Her personal areas of research and teaching include corporate social performance, stakeholder theory, business citizenship, corporate reputation, business ethics, environmental problems and remedies, collaboration between the public and private sectors, and corporate responses to regulation.
The ceremony honoring Logsdon will be held from 3 – 4 pm on Thursday, January 24 in the Willard Reading Room of Zimmerman Library. During the ceremony, Logsdon will give a brief presentation titled “Global Business Citizenship: A Concept for the 21st Century.” The event is open to Logsdon’s colleagues and friends.
Other Anderson Schools faculty members that have been honored have included Richard Reid, Allen Parkman, Dwight Grant, and Jesse Dillard.
A photo of Jeanne Logsdon is available for download at asm.unm.edu/do/Media/mediaprdetails.asp?RID=180.
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