Kim Ceulemans : comment être un chercheur à impact?

“Impact can mean different things for different people. For me, impact is really about being somehow relevant for society and contributing to changing something for practice as well, rather than thinking ‘I am doing research and making a theoretical contribution only’.”

Kim started her career as a staff sustainability coordinator in a management school that is currently part of KU Leuven, a university in Belgium. She worked with different people and stakeholders on various projects, trying to integrate sustainability into teaching, research and campus operations. Kim developed, for example, a teachers’ manual for integrating sustainability into disciplinary courses, helped design a business game on CSR, and started the sustainability reporting process using GRI. “I started working from a practice point of view, and I have always kept that, at least in part. In that position, impact was logical because I was on the other side.”


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