Race in Social Innovation: A Panel of Perspectives

Nearly 30% of all businesses in the United States are minority-owned, yet people of color still face challenges in starting ventures and raising capital, including those working in the social impact space. How can social innovation be more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, particularly around racial equity? How can people of color effectively leverage their unique […]

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Everyone a Changemaker

Guest post by Sarah Thelen, MPP candidate | Sanford School of Public Policy Everyone a changemaker. It takes one. These were some of the themes of the Ashoka U conference in Miami, Florida this past weekend. The need for change and innovation at the policy level was a fascinating topic that wove itself through most […]

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Social Exchange Forum

Social Innovation and Community Engagement in Higher Education: Sharing Lessons, Cultivating Collaborations Increasing numbers of higher education institutions are embracing community/civic engagement and social innovation/entrepreneurship. However, in many instances, these two approaches to social change arise from different places on campus and have developed and expanded on separate but parallel pathways. We believe this is […]

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