2014 Trends

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Trends in Social Innovation is the go-to source of information on social innovation in higher education, cataloguing emerging trends, institutional case studies, and comprehensive class directories from colleges and universities around the world.

Trends in Social Innovation is a valuable resource for colleges and universities engaged in teaching, research and applied learning in social entrepreneurship. Developed by Ashoka U, this third edition is based on the only comprehensive survey of social entrepreneurship education, and provides a field-level view of cutting-edge trends in social innovation education. It is a key tool for advancing social entrepreneurship for your students, on your campus, and for the local community.

Data for the Trends in Social Innovation is drawn from the Ashoka U 2013 Census, an online, in-depth institutional survey of over 200 social innovation programs around the world, from 29 countries. Universities were surveyed on their classes, majors, minors, programs, fellowships, accelerators, staffing, and more.

Trends in Social Innovation will be published in February, 2014, and is designed to:

  • Give a field-level view of cutting-edge trends in social innovation education
  • Put your work in context with other educators across different disciplines
  • Compare your institution’s programs with a field-level benchmark
  • Advance your program development, teaching, and research
  • Make the case to senior academic leaders about the growth and value of social innovation education

Trends in Social Innovation is based on the only comprehensive survey of social entrepreneurship education, and provides a field-level view of cutting-edge trends in social innovation education.

For more information about Trends in Social Innovation, view the updated Table of Contents. You can also learn more about and purchase the 2011 Ashoka U Handbook, or download the first 12 pages for free.

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