On 10 September 2023, the Financial Times published its 2023 rankings of international Masters in Management programmes, placing the University of St.Gallen’s "Master in Strategy and International Management" programme (SIM-HSG) among the top 3 for the thirteenth time in a row.
The award was conferred at the Dies academicus on 13 May 2023 to:
Prof. Dr. Judith Walls, Dr. Andreas Wittmer, Dr. Alexander Stauch and Adrian Müller for their projekt "Sustainable Aviation":
Climate change and sustainability are also at the centre of the research project “Sustainable Aviation”. The focus: aviation and the question of how we can make it more sustainable. Although the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has set sustainability goals, the industry as a whole still lacks the know-how on how the sector can manage the transition to decarbonisation and achieve the intended goals. What strategies can airlines use to fight climate change? The researchers addressed these and other questions in their project, which culminated in the publication of a book, an industry conference and a CAS course.
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Prof. Dr. Kuno Schedler, expert in Public Management, was named best lecturer by SHSG and receives a star in the "Hall of Teaching Fame".
The International Latsis Foundation annually honours young researchers at selected Swiss universities. 2022, the prize went to Prof. Jamie Gloor, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Diversity and Leadership Science. Her focal research points include the future of work and executives, diversity, artificial intelligence, emotions and humour.