Campuses Changemaker Campus Overview The Process The Campuses Manifesto Benefits FAQ Get Involved Campuses Campuses Changemaker Campus Leaders Engagement Opportunities Launched in 2008, Ashoka U offers the Changemaker Campus Designation to leading institutions in social innovation and changemaking in higher education. Changemaker Campuses empower students and all university stakeholders to be changemakers, firmly embed changemaking into their culture and operations, and work to address both local and global challenges. They are re-envisioning the role of higher education and the university in society as major drivers of social impact. Changemaker Campus Leaders Change Leaders Change Leaders are faculty, staff, and/or administrators with the institutional mandate, vision and grit to advance social innovation and changemaking across their institution and beyond. They act as role models for how to build thriving ecosystems for social innovation and changemaking across different institutional types, serving a diversity of students around the globe, and driving systems change in higher education. Lauren DunningArizona State UniversityMichelle Lyons- MayerArizona State UniversityMarcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Ph.D.Boston CollegeStephanie Berzin, Ph.D.Boston CollegeTodd ManwaringBrigham Young UniversityJessamyn LauBrigham Young UniversityAlan HarlamBrown UniversityLizzie PollockBrown UniversityJay FriedlanderCollege of the AtlanticAnke WesselsCornell UniversityProfessor Pierre ViljoenCQUniversityLara CartonCQUniversityMalik BenjaminFlorida International UniversityEmily GreshamFlorida International UniversityDr. Michael PirsonFordham UniversityElizabeth “Betsy” SchmidtGeorge Mason UniversityLisa M Gring-PembleGeorge Mason UniversityProfessor Simon TeasdaleGlasgow Caledonian UniversityProfessor John WilsonGlasgow Caledonian UniversityJulio ViderasHamilton CollegeChris WillemsenHamilton CollegeMarianne JanackHamilton CollegePascale CharlotMiami Dade CollegeJonathan T. Isham, Jr.Middlebury CollegeJerry HildebrandMiddlebury CollegeHeather NeuwirthMiddlebury CollegeDan JacksonNortheastern UniversitySara MinardNortheastern UniversityShaya Gregory PokuNortheastern UniversityRebecca RiccioNortheastern UniversityRev. Odette Lockwood-StewartPacific School of ReligionDerene AllenPacific School of ReligionJacen GreenePortland State UniversityDr. Mary Conway Dato-onRollins CollegeWendy CukierRyerson UniversityJonathan ChangSingapore Management UniversityVioleta Sandoval ChapaTEC de Monterrey – Campus GuadalajaraMark WoodTEC de Monterrey – Campus GuadalajaraEdgar Muñiz AvilaTEC de Monterrey – Campus GuadalajaraTim CurtisThe University of NorthamptonKenneth SchwartzTulane UniversityLaura Murphy, Ph.D Tulane UniversityRebecca OttenTulane UniversityCarlos BasurtoUniversidad de MonterreyHéctor GómezUniversidad de MonterreyOlivia Alejandra Paredes AldamaUniversidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de PueblaCarlos Águila CerveraUniversidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de PueblaSalvador Espina von RoehrichUniversidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de PueblaMandy BrattonUniversity of California San DiegoJoAnne StarrUniversity of California San DiegoEmily TraskUniversity of California San DiegoGabriele WienhausenUniversity of California San DiegoSusan Clarke, Ph.D.University of Colorado at BoulderFrancy S. MilnerUniversity of Colorado at BoulderMatthew JelacicUniversity of Colorado at BoulderSara HeraldUniversity of MarylandPatricia MárquezUniversity of San DiegoAdam KayUniversity of St. ThomasCamille GeorgeUniversity of St. ThomasBrian AbrahamUniversity of St. ThomasBrian BurtonWestern Washington UniversityDanica KilanderWestern Washington UniversityCraig DunnWestern Washington UniversityJoanne Benham RennickWilfrid Laurier UniversityJessica VorsteveldWilfrid Laurier University Champion A Champion is a key senior leader, at the level of Dean or Vice President, who views social innovation and changemaking as a priority for their institution and actively encourage social innovation and changemaking through their work. They advance the vision of social innovation and changemaking at their own institution and beyond by acting as an advocate, through engaging key internal allies, and mobilizing support across the institution. Change Leader Emeritus Even after a Change Leader has left their institution or their role, they remain key allies and partners of Ashoka U. The Ashoka U Change Leader Emeriti are: Stephanie DoscherFlorida International UniversityNicole Kaufman GlasgowFlorida International UniversityStephanie BarksdaleTulane University Engagement Opportunities Higher education institutions that receive the Changemaker Campus designation have unique opportunities to engage with the other institutions in the network and broader Ashoka networks. Changemaker Campus Network Join a Change Leader Working Group and collaborate with other Change Leaders. Serve on the Network Advisory Committee to set an agenda for the Changemaker Campus Network. Attend or host the annual Change Leader Retreat in June. Attend the Change Leader Gathering at the Ashoka U Exchange. Ashoka U Exchange Invite your institutions premier senior leadership to the Exchange. Host the Exchange. Ashoka Network Connect with Changemaker K-12 Schools near your institution. Connect your institution to an Ashoka Fellow who is working in your region or in a field of interest. Special Opportunities Be invited to serve as a Visiting Change Leader during a Site Visit to a Changemaker Campus Candidate. Be invited to serve as a Selection Panelist for a Changemaker Campus Selection Panel.