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The LMU College of Business Administration aims to “advance knowledge and develop business leaders with moral courage and creative confidence to be a force for good in the global community.” This course is a transformational experience for...
This module aims to help the students apply the NLP methods to real text datasets for business insights – the coding component.
This is one of two modules in a teaching package. The first module, which can be downloaded...
This module focuses on teaching students the rationale and mathematical foundation of advanced natural language processing (NLP) methods – the theory component.
How can business be a force for good? In this episode, Conscious Capitalism Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Dr. Raj Sisodia, explains how businesses can care for their stakeholders—and outperform their peers by doing so. Learn what your first...
From Angelica Farfan and Monica Bernal of Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, this resource includes four reporting-focused modules on social, environmental, and corporate governance of an organization. Additionally, three modules talk about...
This course is designed in a modular format so educators can choose the elements and applications most suitable for their course objectives. Alternately, the course will be offered online, each semester when warranted, facilitated by Dr. Facca-...
Each night in Baltimore approximately 2700 people are without a consistent or overnight place to live. For these residents, the barriers to affordable housing stem from historically discriminatory policies that segregated Blacks into...
Students and teachers nationwide are returning to post-Covid classrooms with historically elevated levels of stress and anxiety. Addressing this modern crisis in mental health can be a challenge in under-invested communities with teachers who...
What follows is a suggestion for how to teach Ethical Decision Making for graduate students at Jesuit Colleges and Universities. This content has also been adapted for undergraduates. This course is based on a seven-week instructional model. We...
Anti-Black lending practices of the 20th century have had a lasting impact on American society and the financial health of Black households and individuals. The goals of this module are for students to apply pre-requisite knowledge, skills, and...