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Conferences Roundup 2016-2017

There is rarely a dull moment at Wesleyan – especially inside the Allbritton Center – and with so much activity happening right here on campus, it’s easy to overlook opportunities to learn outside of the Wes bubble. Throughout the year and around the world, there are countless conferences, institutes, bootcamps, meetups, and startup weekends focused on social entrepreneurship,…

After Charleston: Next Steps for the Movement for Social Justice

09/17/2015 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm – The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life is thrilled to announce a panel for September 17th at 8pm in the Chapel titled After Charleston: Next Steps for the Movement for Social Justice. It will feature Bree Newsome, Professor Clemmie Harris, Bishop John Selders, and Tedra James. “The idea is to spur conversation with […]

Conferences Round Up!

There is rarely a dull moment at Wesleyan – especially inside the Allbritton Center – and with so much activity happening right here on campus, it’s easy to overlook opportunities to learn outside of the Wes bubble. Throughout the year and around the world, there are countless conferences, institutes, bootcamps, meetups, and startup weekends focused on social entrepreneurship,…

Unmasking Social Change

10/31/2015 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm –  The Office of Community Service is collaborating with Campus Compact and Wesleyan University to organize the Social Justice Leadership Conference. Staff and students from seven public and private institutions are members of the 2015 conference planning committee. The theme this year is Unmasking Social Change.The conference will take place on Saturday, October 31, 2015 from 9:00am-4:30pm. […]

Unmasking Social Change

The Office of Community Service is collaborating with Campus Compact and Wesleyan University to organize the Social Justice Leadership Conference. Staff and students from seven public and private institutions are members of the 2015 conference planning committee. The theme this year is Unmasking Social Change. The conference will take place on Saturday, October 31, 2015…

Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship 2014/2015 Year in Review

Part of the mission of Wesleyan is to provide “an education in the liberal arts that is characterized by boldness, rigor, and practical idealism.” Those attributes come to life at the Patricelli Center, where students and alumni find real-world applications for their idealism, hone their skills as entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs, and join the legions of…

Conferences, Conferences, Conferences (updated 3/10)

There is rarely a dull moment at Wesleyan – especially inside the Allbritton Center – and with so much activity happening right here on campus, it’s easy to overlook opportunities to learn outside of the Wes bubble. Throughout the year and around the world, there are countless conferences, institutes, bootcamps, meetups, and startup weekends focused on social entrepreneurship,…

Money, Money, Money (a roundup of grants, prizes, and fellowships for social impact)

There is money and support available from a wide variety of sources for aspiring social entrepreneurs and changemakers, but it’s not always easy to find these resources. Following is a round-up of grants, prizes, and fellowships that Patricelli Center team member Luciana Contreras ’16 has been reading about recently. Some are available only to current undergraduates, some…

Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship: 2013/2014 Year in Review

Part of the mission of Wesleyan is to provide “an education in the liberal arts that is characterized by boldness, rigor, and practical idealism.” Those attributes come to life at the Patricelli Center, where students and alumni find real-world applications for their idealism, hone their skills as entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs, and join the legions of…

Unite for Sight Social Entrepreneurship Institute recap (with reflections by Julia Marin MA’14 and Wayne Ng ’16)

In December, I and two students – Julia Marin and Wayne Ng – attended the Unite for Sight Social Entrepreneurship Institute in New Haven, Connecticut. Wesleyan alumni Raghu Appasani ’12 and Anna Cash ’11 met us there, and we connected with colleagues and social entrepreneurs from several other academic and professional institutions. The conference focused on…