The Power of the Unlikely Social Entrepreneur | Stanford Social Innovation Review

The Power of the Unlikely Social Entrepreneur | Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Academic programs focused on social entrepreneurship have exploded in the last five years, often within the context of graduate business schools, but increasingly as undergraduate opportunities as well. Ashoka Uhas designated more than 20 colleges and universities around the world—including Brown, Duke, Dublin City University, Arizona State, and the University of Maryland—as Changemaker Campuses for their work in social innovation education. The effort to network these programs is laudable, and yet the range of the kinds of schools and students that get involved has remained relatively limited thus far.

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