I&E 510: Social Innovation Practicum

Spring 2022

Instructor: Matt Nash, Paul Bloom

In the Social Innovation Practicum, students learn about and support the design, development, assessment and scaling of innovative, sustainable approaches to addressing critical social and environmental problems in Durham and around the world.

Working in multidisciplinary teams, students gather and analyze data, develop recommendations, formulate implementation plans and provide other support to clients that may include social entrepreneurs, funders, public sector innovators and policy makers, corporate social impact managers and others. Participating students will have increased capacity for effective and thoughtful entrepreneurial leadership throughout their careers.

See other Service-Learning and Community-Engaged Courses for Spring 2021 on the Duke Service-Learning site.

  • PUBPOL 511
  • Service-Learning/Community-Engaged Course