Panelist, Dartmouth College panel on divestment of endowment from fossil fuel stocks
Member, Steering Committee, National Academy of Sciences initiative on Climate Education for Future Business Leaders
Member, Expert Panel on Sustainability and the Economy, Katerva Global Sustainability Awards.
Member, Advisory Board, The Energy & Resources Institute School of Management, New Delhi, India
Area Coordinator, Finance Department, Thunderbird School of Management (2002-04 and 1998-2000)
Member of numerous faculty committees at the Thunderbird School, including the Performance Evaluation (Tenure/Promotion) Committee, Faculty Development Committee, and Faculty Senate
Member of the Sloan Foundation-funded project team on "The Role and Accountability of the Corporation" at the University of Michigan Business School
Member of the initial team whose discussions led to the creation of the "MBA Enterprise Corps" by a consortium of leading US business schools
Numerous presentations to Tuck and Dartmouth alumni
Member of numerous Tuck and Dartmouth faculty committees
Honors and Awards
Teaching Excellence Award, Tuck School of Business, 2016.
'Honorable Mention' from Page Prize for Environmental Sustainability Curriculum, awarded by the Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina for my MBA course 'Business and Climate Change,' December 2009.
Created a metric called the "Fossil Fuel Beta (FFß)" to score companies (within an industry) on their stock market exposure to fossil fuel price changes and contingent GHG exposures, for CFO magazine. The first scorecard was published in December 2008. Read More
Created and taught the first ever U.S. MBA course on climate change and its implications for corporations, Tuck School, Spring 2009. Read More
Created many innovative, new executive programs, including: Back In Business, Leading-Edge Ideas for the Business Journalist, Tuck-Citi Distance Learning Initiative
Outstanding Faculty Award, Thunderbird School of Management: 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Honored by the Excellence Project at Thunderbird (a student-led initiative that examined 'excellent' practices in various areas of the school): 2003-04
The article "Purposes and Accountability of the Corporation: Corporate Governance at a Crossroads" is on the Corporate Practice Commentator's (CPC) list of the Best Corporate and Securities Articles published and indexed during 2000.
Co-Editor, special issue on "Corporate Governance," Law and Contemporary Problems: 1999
Distinguished Paper Award for the paper "Comparative Corporate Governance," presented at the Academy of Legal Studies In Business national meetings, July 1999
Recipient, Thunderbird Faculty Competitive Research award: 1997 – 2003
Recipient, University of Michigan CIBER award for research: 1996
Co-Recipient (as part of University of Michigan Business School team) of $250,000 grant from the Sloan Foundation to research corporate governance: 1994
Recipient of: Citibank (1988) and Schneider SA (1992) research awards at the Tuck School.