CSE

Center for Social Entrepreneurship

at Middlebury

June Forum

 

June Forum 15

 

Join us for our fourth annual Faculty and Staff June Forum, June 9-11, 2015 on the Middlebury Bread Loaf Campus. Our theme this year will be “Design and Social Innovation.” Forum participants will explore how design thinking can help students to create meaningful, authentic innovations. The Forum will include a hands-on introduction to design thinking.

Here’s our agenda for this year’s June Forum. Please note that the agenda is a working draft. Visit this link regularly for more updates. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

To learn more about our previous June Forum, check out our archive here.

 

Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat

The Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat from June 10-12, will overlap with the Forum so that participants in both events can learn from each other while also reserving exclusive time for Changemaker Campus network projects.

 

Registration

To register for our June Forum and the Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat, click here. Please note that the registration fee also includes lodging and meals.

Please note that the 2015 Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat is specifically for Change Leaders at current Changemaker Campuses. People registering for the Retreat from institutions outside of the Changemaker Campus network will not be admitted. 


Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat

The Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat from June 10-12, will overlap with the Forum so that participants in both events can learn from each other while also reserving exclusive time for Changemaker Campus network projects. To register for Ashoka U Change Leader Retreat, click here.

 

If you haven’t been to our scenic Bread Loaf Campus, here’s a bird’s eye view of the campus and surrounding landscape

 

 

 

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Each June, the CSE hosts a three-day forum at Middlebury’s scenic Bread Loaf mountain campus. Staff and faculty from dozens of colleges and universities attend to discuss social entrepreneurship in their liberal arts programs and on their campuses. They share insights about their activities, lessons learned, and goals for transforming their institutions.

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