Cracks in Food Safety Programs Lead to ‘Eggstraordinary’ Recall
Posted on 06-13-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Two-hundred and seven million eggs were recalled on April 13th of this year—the largest such recall in the U.S. in nearly 10 years. By May, another 12 people from 9 states had fallen ill from the tainted eggs, bringing the total to 35 with 11 individuals requiring hospitalization. Major supermarket... Read More

Building a model CSR strategy brick-by-brick
Posted on 03-09-2018 by Lisa Thompson

LEGO Group will sell some pieces made from plant-based plastic this year—it’s the first step in its bid to make all products and packaging from sustainable materials in 2030. LEGO prioritizes corporate social responsibility, earning it the ranking as the company with the best reputation by... Read More

Information Literacy a Must in the Fake News Era
Posted on 11-28-2017 by Lindsey Lambert

Just last week, The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette featured an article on how local educators—of students from elementary school to college—are working to improve information literacy skills in an effort to reduce students’ susceptibility to fake news. Sound familiar? Of course—because... Read More