The presentation was just given as part of a Pre-COP15 conference on developing sustainable leaders through traditional management schools.
This presentation is very much focused on our model, and while only half way through the current year's program, we are already seeing great things as:
1) the course actively engages student concerns, and supports them as they develop a business case for change
2) The course is not an elective, but is part of the core curriculum (i.e. required for graduation), and integrates with other core topics (finance, operations, marketing, etc)
3) The course is tangible. Lessons learned through the first semester are put into place through the second semester partnership.