The SRI Discussion Committee has discussed at length the many diverse approaches to socially responsible investment (click image to see larger).
Rather than selling off stock in an offending company, which is known as divestment, the College has decided that practicing shareholder engagement is a more viable, realistic, and productive approach to SRI.
Engaged shareholders have many options available to them. They can communicate with management and executives at the companies in question, file shareholder resolutions, participate in the proxy voting process, and attend annual meetings. Please explore the links below to learn about how Dickinson College is using its position as a shareholder to promote social, environmental, and financial responsibility.