Global Social Responsibility Project 2015-2016
How to reduce the harmful effects of radiation?
Every year t-MBA students develop and achieve different social responsibility projects as part of their t-MBA education. This year t-MBA is inviting partner schools to take part in the annual t-MBA Social Responsibility project and take it to a global level.
1. Protocols are signed with national and international firms.
2. Introduce project to your students and educate them about the harmful effects of radiation.
3. Make the necessary arrangement with schools around your area for the seminars that the students will give.
4. Have the students prepare the presentations that they will need to implement the projects.
5. Students inform the importance of the project to the target groups (i.e. public, private, low income schools around your city). Please make sure to take pictures and document your materials in the video and presentation.
6. Results of the projects are sent to t-MBA team.
|Introduction of the Project to the Students||October, 2015|
|Project Preparation||October, 2015|
|Project Implementation||November – December, 15|
|Project Summary Review*Maximum of 15 slide power point presentation that includes a story line of your experience with the project and your results. For example the impact of the project, the number of people affected/helped and other details you see relevant. 1-2 minute video student testimonial on their experience along with evidence of the project implementation.||January, 2015|
|Project Submittal Deadline: The 15 PowerPoint slide presentation along with the 1-2 minute video||February, 2015|
|You willl have the chance to present your projects at the 9th t-MBA Summit in Istanbul||April 12, 2015|
Radiation is one of the biggest threats to the human health but it’s harmful effects are not very well known by the people. You cannot see, smell or feel radiation. However you can measure and control radiation. It doesn’t matter where and how you live, you are exposed to radiation in your daily life. The aim of this project is to minimize the time that the students are exposed to radiation, the distance to the source of radiation and to inform the students about the materials that reduce the effect of radiation.
Below it is explained how Doga students will implement the project.
- They will give seminars at public schools.
- They will measure radiation at schools, companies and residences with an instrument.
- The measurement instrument will be provided by a telecommunication company. You may also sign a protocol with a local firm.
ALL Presentations and videos MUST BE SENT TO email@example.com
If at any time you need any more information, please email your inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org and/or to your t-MBA contact.