Emily Lamb

Announcing Six Working Across Differences Fund Grantees

Washington, DC, August 27, 2019 – Ashoka U has selected six institutions to receive the Working Across Differences Fund grant, supported by the Fetzer Institute. The Working Across Differences Fund provides one-year grants to post-secondary institutions for creative and innovative campus-wide initiatives that accelerate the creation, development, and/or application of methodologies that build bridges across […]

Angie Fuessel

Changemaker Campus Program grows to 45, increasingly Diverse Campuses

Ashoka U has designated three new Changemaker Campuses, bringing the total in the Changemaker Campus network to 45 institutions across nine countries. The new campuses are: Georgian College (Georgian), a public college in Barrie, ON, Canada; Royal Roads University (RRU), a public university in Victoria, BC, Canada; and Universidad del Desarrollo (UDD), a private university […]

Angie Fuessel

First Colombian Institution and Two Additional Canadian Institutions Designated as Changemaker Campuses

Ashoka U announced today that three additional institutions of higher education have joined its network of Changemaker Campuses, expanding the network’s global presence to over 40 institutions across eight countries. The new Changemaker Campuses are Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración (CESA), a private business school in Bogotá, Colombia; Mount Royal University, a public institution […]

Angie Fuessel

Ashoka U Changemaker Campus Network Grows to 40 Institutions as 3 More Campuses are Designated

Ashoka U announced today that three additional institutions of higher education have joined their global network of Changemaker Campuses. The new campuses are Pacific School of Religion (PSR), an ecumenical seminary in Berkeley, CA; University of California San Diego (UC San Diego), a public research university in San Diego, CA; and University of St. Thomas […]

Emily Lamb

Ashoka U September News U Can Use

Must Read! AAC&U’s publication on “Social Innovation and Civic Engagement” We know students can gain a sense of efficacy through projects focused on social innovation; we also know they can ground this work in community-identified priorities through civic engagement experiences. Yet too often, social innovation and civic engagement efforts are separate from each other.    […]