2016

SOCIAL IMPACT SNAPSHOT WITH MICHAEL SAVAGE, FOUNDER OF SNVC WINNER ACCESSARC

Posted by Cristina Ochoa on November 2, 2016

The Social Enterprise Initiative talks to Michael Savage about mass incarceration and how winning the John Edwardson, '72, Social New Venture Challenge helped propel his start-up AccessArc.

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MEET THE 2016 LAUREN AND KEITH BRESLAUER, '88 SOCIAL IMPACT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Posted by Cristina Ochoa on October 27, 2016

The Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI) is pleased to announce Alyse Athans and Madeline King as the recipients of the annual Lauren and Keith Breslauer, ’88, Social Impact Scholarship.

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Social Impact Snapshot with Chicago’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Chris Wheat, ’10

Posted by Storm Taft on August 19, 2016

In this Social Impact Snapshot, SEI sat down with Chris Wheat, ’10, to talk about career changes, the minimum wage, and the not-to-be-missed Chicago Booth courses.

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On Board Blog

Finding New Paths to Impact

Posted by LeeAnn Shelton on June 20, 2016

"At On Board, you’re learning about how to be a good board member and how to determine which board is right for you, so you’ll be a good steward of your community,” said presenter Gayle Haller, ’87, senior vice president, arts and culture, for the National Executive Service Corps. In all, more than 145 nonprofits were represented at this year’s On Board conference.

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SNVC 16 Blog Collage

And the Winners Are...

Posted by Ally Batty on June 1, 2016

From food deserts to end-of-life planning, the 2016 John Edwardson, '72, Social New Venture Challenge (SNVC) took on some of today's biggest and trickiest problems. Here are the start-ups taking home top prizes.

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SNVC Blog

Announcing the 2016 SNVC Finalists

Posted by Ally Batty on May 23, 2016

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GSIP Meeting

Three Things I’ve Learned about International Development

Posted by Saurabh Garg on May 10, 2016

The Global Social Impact Practicum (GSIP) team worked on a social enterprise business model for bamboo-based power in rural India and on  a framework for assessing where the Tata Trusts could roll out the model.Three key insights have emerged that shed light on the challenges of our project and on large-scale international development projects in general.

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