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Competence Center STaRRSS

The competence center for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility (STaR) is WU Vienna’s interdisciplinary home for engagement with the grand challenges of our times such as the ones embodied in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We serve as a platform for networking, knowledge exchange, curricula development, and outreach on topics related to environmental, social, and economic sustainability.

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Our mission, team, and affiliates are introduced in About Us.

Dept

We are proud to serve as a go-to site on Sustainability @WU. Take a closer look and get involved!

For students

Our For Students site has information for students as well as a wider audience.

Resources

Our Resources site includes useful materials from WU’s researchers and from business schools around the world.

SDGs

Together with colleagues at RCE Vienna, we are actively engaged in Third Mission. Visit also our SDG-Hub in the making!

Upcoming Events

HRM

Call for Papers / International Conference on Green HRM and Sustainable Behavior (March 17-18)

We are delighted to share this invitation on behalf of the organizers Michael Muller-Camen (WU Vienna) and Marcus Wagner (University of Augsburg). . .

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Diversity & Inclusion Across Languages (29-30 April)

Upcoming international, interdisciplinary conference on insights into communicative challenges from theory and practice. . .

News

En-road

En-ROADS Climate Action Simulation

Organized by oikos Vienna. Read more about how the workshop unfolded. . .

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Inside Impact Podcast - sustainability series

Tune in for our special series of episodes dedicated to Sustainability and Sustainable Development. . .

WUmatters

Sustainability Matters – How to Inspire Entrepreneurs

Thank you for joining us for this timely discussion on the UN SDGs at the WU Matters WU Talks public lecture series. . .

A&A

Sustainable Economics and Business II (ZuWi II) Awards

Recognizing outstanding theses on sustainable development issues by WU’s undergraduate students. . .