Page Prize for Sustainability


2nd Annual Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula; Deadline 4 Dec 2009

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2009 Page Prize for Environmental Sustainability

The Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina is honored to announce the 2nd annual Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula. The Page Prize has two purposes: to encourage efforts to expose business students to state-of-the-art environmental sustainability knowledge and to demonstrate the Moore School’s commitment to promoting sustainability in business education.

Who may submit:

Faculty, doctoral students, and others are invited to submit non-published materials related to innovative curricula (program design and core components), courses (including full syllabi) and/or substantial course components (e.g., case materials, simulations, and course segments) appropriate for rigorous and relevant teaching about environmental sustainability and business. Submissions must be original and made with the full consent of all authors for free public access to the submitted materials for use in business education anywhere in the world.


One Grand Prize will be awarded. The Grand Prize will be $1,000, plus a framed print of Aegean Sea #6 (shown here) as certifying the award. Honorable Mention prizes will also be awarded at levels of $250 each. Each finalist will receive a print of Aegean Sea #6. The winners will be chosen by a three member faculty committee from the University of South Carolina. An ongoing database of top submissions will be made available on the Moore School’s website for adoption by business faculty around the world to utilize in their home institutions. Top submissions will also be accessible through the Moore School’s Partner Page on the Apsen Institute’s

Deadline and Submission Information:

December 4, 2009, 5:00 p.m. EST. All submissions must be made electronically to: Complete submissions must include the following:

  1. Relevant curriculum, course, or course materials
  2. A cover letter that provides an overview of the submitted materials. The cover letter should include a discussion of why the submission is innovative in the field of environmental sustainability and how it will help others develop their own sustainability courses/programs.
  3. CV for (all) author(s) of submission
  4. Release form (online)

Additional Information:

To view last year’s winning curricula and find additional information about the Page Prize, please visit


For questions about the competition, please email or call 803-777-3176.

Andrew Spicer
Associate Professor
Sonoco International Business Department
Director, Sustainable Enterprise & Development Initiative
Moore School of Business
University of South Carolina