The research group works intensively on responsibility together with companies, students and other stakeholders.

We also organise a 5 credit course on CSR i.e. Corporate Social Responsibility every summer (an online course). More information:

Responsible globalization

Globalization not only assure positive aspects but indeed invites adverse effects on society and environment. Turku University of applied Science, Resource Efficient Business research group is focused to address this crucial issue. The research projects are assisting to minimize the affects of globalization and optimize the possibility to bring the sustainable development. This group put forward the potentiality of changing waste into resources which is a greater leap towards applying the green business activities and develop eco-friendly approach to business. The nobel concept of circular economy is considered in the research process and project activities which can only be better approach to have sustainable development respecting nature and environment. The research group itself understanding the issues of globalization follows the responsible approach on all of its projects.

Challenge Turku goes Green camp

In the 24h innovation camp multidisciplinary teams are challenged to work together around the clock and create new innovative environmentally friendly solutions. Every year the camp has a different theme e.g. climate change. The language of the camp is English. The teams can also work throughout the night.

In the Challenge Turku Goes Green, students will develop personal, interpersonal and networking innovation competences needed in the future working life. The camp is worth one credit. After the camp, the student will receive a participation certificate.

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Experiences of the ICF project hatchery spring 2016

Research hatchery is the new learning method applied in TUAS. Group of students form a group and work together on certain project and come up with innovative ways of dealing with challenges and......

Experiences of the ICF project hatchery: football!

ICF and the We Are! project are proud to have organized a friendly football match on 21st of April in Samppalinnanvuori football field. It was exciting to have wonderful participants full of energy......

Fair trade and sustainability in a german university

​My university is situated in Germany in the south of Bavaria. It is a rather small one with about 5200 students at the moment and very young because it was founded in 1994 which is merely 21 years......

Follow-through is essential in CSR

Fountain Park osallistui Turun ammattikorkeakoulun Corporate Social Responsibility -kurssille pitämällä vierailuluennon, jolla Anu Kokko kertoi yritysten sidosryhmäyhteistyöhön liittyvistä......