Diversity & Democracy: Current Issue

Diversity and Democracy, Summer, 2016

Current Issue

Summer2016Vol.19No.3

Social Innovation and Civic Engagement

Students can gain a sense of efficacy through projects focused on social innovation; they can ground this work in community-identified priorities through civic engagement experiences. Yet too often, social innovation and civic engagement efforts are separate from each other. This issue of Diversity & Democracy explores how colleges and universities are connecting these related areas of work.

Table of Contents

By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Social Innovation and Civic Engagement

By Amanda Moore McBride, University of Denver, and Eric Mlyn, Duke University

By Marina Kim and Erin Krampetz—both of Ashoka U

Surveying the Field
Campus Practice

By Thomas Schnaubelt and Colleen SchwartzCoffey—both of Stanford University

By Jay Friedlander, College of the Atlantic

Perspectives

By Kaitlyn Fitzgerald, Zero Mass Water

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