Center for Peace and Commerce

Drop Shadow


Faculty Workshop: Building a Sustainable World-Teaching Social Entrepreneurship

Event Start DateFriday, April 8, 2011
Institute for Peace & Justice, Room A
Event Start Time8:45 am - 3:00 pm

This is a teaching workshop for USD faculty featuring guest presenter Debbi D. Brock, assistant professor of Business and Entrpreneurship at Anderson University and co-author of The Social Entrepreneurship Teaching Resources Handbook. The intended outcomes for this interactive workshop include:

  • Increasing awareness of social entrepreneurship and social innovation
  • Developing pedagogy to integrate social entrepreneurship into courses
  • Fostering peer learning among USD faculty
  • Gaining knowledge about student perspectives
  • Learning about multimedia and case resources used regionally and nationally
  • Determining effective engagement of the beneficiaries that are served through social entrepreneurship

There will also be a special luncheon presentation featuring Robert Todd Johnson, partner at Jones Day, on his firm’s renewable engery and sustainability practices.

Twenty $100 stipends are available for faculty on a first-to-register basis.

Click here to RSVP by April 1.  

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