Emily Lamb

Emily leads the Exchange, Ashoka U's annual gathering for global leaders in social innovation education. She also supports communications on the Ashoka U team.

2019 June News U Can Use

Ashoka U Commons – Apply now for our Fall 2019 session!

Are you a higher education professional advancing your campus social innovation and changemaking ecosystem? You’re invited to apply for the Ashoka U Commons session this September-December! Apply early-bird by June 15th, or general application by July 31st. Learn more about the Commons.

You’re Invited to Ashoka’s “Welcome Change: A New Culture for a Changing Climate”, June 10

Join us via livestream or live in New York City on Monday, June 10 at 6 pm EDT to hear from leading climate changemakers discuss what it will take, large and small, to protect our warming planet. RSVP here.

Save the Date: Ashoka U Exchange, April 16-18, 2020

Mark your calendars for April 16-18, 2020 for the Ashoka U Exchange, co-hosted by University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The presentation application for best practice, workshop, Big Idea Talks, and session moderators will go live on August 15, 2019. More details about themes coming soon! Learn more.

Assistant or Associate Professor of Social Entrepreneurship, Rollins College

Join the Rollins School of Social Entrepreneurship team and inspire undergraduate changemakers. Functional areas of interest include supply chain, strategy, and/or finance. Fall 2020 start date. Learn more.

Barbara J. Burger iZone Community Manager, University of Rochester

The Community Manager is responsible for hiring, supervising, and supporting iZone student employees. The Barbara J. Burger iZone is a creative problem-solving space, program, and community designed to empower students to explore and imagine ideas for social, cultural, community, and economic impact. Learn more.

McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship Director, University of Arizona

Reporting to the Vice Dean of Academic Programs in the Eller College, the Director will be responsible for managing the operations of the Center and overseeing the expansion of the entrepreneurship and innovation education program. Learn more.

High School Social Entrepreneurship Curriculum Writer, Yale University

InnovateHealth Yale, a program of the Yale School of Public Health, seeks a short-term curriculum development specialist to improve upon a social entrepreneurship curriculum developed for high school students. The curriculum writer will use evidence-based practices to craft a comprehensive social entrepreneurship curriculum. Learn more.

“Entrepreneurship at the Margins” Accelerator, Miller Center of Social Entrepreneurship

The application is now open for the Miller Center GSBI Social “Entrepreneurship at the Margins” (SEM) 6-month online accelerator program for social enterprises that serve or are led by migrants, refugees, and human trafficking survivors. Learn more.

Demo Days by Project Invent

Project Invent is a national nonprofit that empowers high school students to be STEM changemakers. They are eager to partner with colleges and universities across the US for their year-round workshops and Demo Days for high school innovators. Get in touch with Connie at connie@projectinvent.org to learn more.

2019 Wayfinder Summer Institutes – In Various Locations

The third annual Wayfinder Summer Institute will take place in California, June 17th-21st, and in North Carolina, July 9th-12th. It’s hosted by Project Wayfinder, a purpose learning organization designed at Stanford d.school. The training is for K-12 educators interested in using the purpose learning Wayfinder curriculum. Learn more.

2019 National Science Policy Symposium, November 1-2, 2019

The 2019 National Science Policy Symposium – “Leveraging Science and Technology to Benefit Marginalized Populations” – will be held at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, November 1-2, 2019. Geared for early career scientists with an interest science policy, advocacy and diplomacy. Learn more.

Become America: Civic Sermons on Love, Responsibility, and Democracy, by Eric Liu

Eric Liu, Co-Founder of Citizen University and 2019 Exchange closing keynote speaker, just released his newest book which dives into what it means to be engaged in today’s divided society. Want a highlight? Watch his Exchange keynote address, titled “The Importance of Better Arguments”.

 

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