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Peter Tufano, Dean of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford has been awarded the 2016 Aspen Faculty Pioneer Award, with a Special Award Distinction for Institutional Leadership.

The annual awards celebrate leading educators that challenge conventional teaching to prompt students to think differently about the relationship between the role of the corporation and the public good. Nominations this year were accepted for business practices that help corporations confront society’s “grand challenges” such as climate change, inequality, global health, financial inclusion, human rights, resource scarcity, and economic development.

The Aspen Institute Business and Society Program awarded Oxford Saïd and Professor Tufano for “Global Opportunities and Threats, Oxford” (GOTO), a course he pioneered and that a team of faculty from across the School and the University have designed and delivered to the MBA class for the past four years.

Read more on the University website (opens new window)