“Social Entrepreneurship   and Undergraduate Research” Faculty Institute on Undergraduate Researchin the Arts, Humanities,...
Undergraduate Research and Social          Entrepreneurship• Social entrepreneurship and Ashoka• UR through the lens of my...
List 10 people who inspire you.
List 10 people who inspire you.Choose 3 people from your listand identify the character traits       that inspire you.
List 10 people who inspire you.Choose 3 people from your list andidentify the character that enabled     them to make a ch...
The Wall ofInspiration
Four Attributes of SocialEntrepreneurs• Relentless• New Ideas• New forms of social organization• Measurable impact
An introduction to changemakers and        social entrepreneurs
John Muir (U.S.), naturalist and conservationist,established the National Park System and helpedfound the Sierra Club.
Florence Nightingale (U.K.), founder ofmodern nursing, established the first school fornurses and fought to improve hospit...
Benjamin Franklin (U.S.) Formed the firstpublic lending library in America.
Muhammad Yunus (Bangladesh), founder theGrameen Bank and microfinance.
Who would you      Four Attributes of Socialadd to this list   Entrepreneursthat meets         • Relentlessthese fourcrite...
Social entrepreneurship:The application of entrepreneurial solutionsand sustainable business practices to theworld’s most ...
Sound Bytes 3 (Bornstein)  "Social entrepreneurs identify resources  where others only see problems. They view  the villag...
http://www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/ten_nonprofit_funding_models/
Four Attributes of SocialEntrepreneurs• Relentless• New Ideas• New forms of social organization• Measurable impact
Four Attributes of Social Four Attributes of aEntrepreneurs             Social Enterprise• Relentless                  • J...
Funding Model•   Fees for services•   Grant money•   University support•   Development
Funding Model•   Fees for services•   Grant money•   University support•   Development
Vinoba Bhave & the Land Gift        MovementAsking those without land to share it     with those who have none           1...
Ashoka Fellows: Living Stipends to Bring Ideas toScale
Influencer Making the Case: Social Innovation for Higher                  EducationThursday, J 26, 1:30-7pm, Ronald Reagan...
Sound Bytes 3 (Bornstein)  "Social entrepreneurs identify resources  where others only see problems. They view  the villag...
ResourcesAshoka: www.ashoka.org www.changmakers.comwww.ashokau.orgAspen Institute: www.aspeninstitute.orgEchoing Green: ww...
ResourcesE-180: www.e-180.comCSR Wire: www.csrwire.comChange.org: www.change.orgStanford Social Innovation Reviewwww.ssir....
Undergraduate Research and Social          Entrepreneurship• Social Entrepreneurship and Ashoka• Through the lens of my un...
Engaging students early on in a joint inquiry     into the work of Ashoka Fellowsand introduce the idea of entrepreneurial...
Social Entrepreneurs: Creating Innovative          Solutions to Global ChallengesDerek Ellerman is creating a citizen move...
Social Entrepreneurs: Creating Innovative     Solutions to Global Challenges
AngolaBurundi (radio only)Cote dIvoireDR CongoEthiopia (radio only)IndonesiaKenyaLebanonLiberiaMoroccoNepalPakistanPalesti...
Dialogic Curriculum (Stock, 1995):                 Pillar 1• Invite and empower students to join me in a  broadly defined ...
Global and/or Local?
Health Care Crisis of Afghanistan
Many challenges require cross-, inter-  , and transdisciplinary solutions.
A    Pc    ra       b    ad       a    ce       s    tm       e    ii       d    cc    e
Assignments•   Changemaker paper•   From problems to topics & topics to questions•   Proposals with a focus on good resear...
Moving research away fromdecontextualized knowledge     towards a greaterunderstanding of agency and          motives.
Fabio Rosa                Agronomist• Ashoka Fellow whose initiatives have focused  on rural electrification and the use o...
Ethnography
Mark HanisPolitical Science         Reviewing public             records
Assignments•   Changemaker paper•   From problems to topics & topics to questions•   Proposals with a focus on good resear...
HIPS an alternative structure for research papersHarms   - Describe with depth and   complexity all of the associated harm...
Dialogic Curriculum: Pillar 2• Invite and empower students to join me in a  broadly defined field of inquiry.• Engaging di...
Assignments•   Changemaker paper•   From problems to topics & topics to questions•   Proposals with a focus on good resear...
The Empathy Paper
The Empathy PaperTask DescriptionStep 1: Write a vivid and compelling account that describes in asmuch detail as possible ...
Dialogic Curriculum: Pillar 3• Invite and empower students to join me in a  broadly defined field of inquiry.• Engaging di...
Erin Krampetz
Shin Fujiyama
Reba Elliot
Mahesh Joshi
Video resources
Workshopping Assignments•   Changemaker paper•   From problems to topics & topics to questions•   Proposals with a focus o...
ANABOLIC STEROIDS:     More than a Drug        Joshua Panwala
Son of Migrant: Ramazan Salman
Save DarfurThey Cannot Go Unnoticed
Incarceration in America
Creating playgrounds suitable for all children
Social Entrepreneurship: The Roots of   Change College Changemakers• Derek Ellerman• Mark Hanis• J.B. Schramm• ASHOKA.ORG
HIV HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN  SOUTH AFRICA FAILURE: POLITICAL  AND SOCIAL ISSUES.2009Riem Elimam.
Education and Literacy     in Ethiopia       Eric Hosmer
By America MongeTHE CRUELTY OF ANIMALTESTING
Hate CrimesBy: Stephanie Lai
Violence on the BorderGangs and DrugsBy: Michael D’Arrigo
Save the Bay
A Lost Childhood      E.M.
• Although child sexual  abuse is reported  almost 90,000 times a  year, the rates of  unreported abuse are  far greater
It is estimated that 1in 3 girls and about 1in 6 boys hasexperienced at leastone episode ofsexual abuse whileyounger than ...
• 90% of                                   victims knew                                   their abuser                    ...
A child of about 5 or older becomes conflicted bya sense of loyalty or affection towards theirabuser and a sense of what t...
There are 2 statutes fromwhich definitions of childsexual abuse can be found;civil (child protective) andcriminal.
Felonies are punishable by 10-25 years in prison and up to $$20,000 in fines. There is a minimum 5 yearsentence for those ...
A definite correlation exists between childhoodsexual abuse and adult mental disorders. The long- term consequences can im...
Feelings ofhelplessness andshame that followabuse often remaininternalized…
Adult victims of childhood sexual abuse arelikely to develop mental disorders,personality disorders, organic disorders,anx...
Seeking support after having been sexually abused as achild benefits the well-being of the victim, and brings onecloser in...
It wasn’t until recently that organizations began to open their doors due to the silence that was    somewhat forced upon ...
• In order to                              promote                              awareness,                              or...
Children don’tusually say thatthey were abusedin astraightforwardmanner.
Perceptive parents notice changes and              respond.
Warning Signs: •   Fear of particular                   people/places               •   Sleeping troubles                 ...
Informing children proper names of body partsand teaching age appropriate sexual information            can help prevent a...
• Teach the  difference  between OK  touching and  NOT OK  touching.• Remind  children to tell  you if anyone  touches the...
In order tobeginreducing thenumber ofcases,children ANDadults mustget educationon thesubject.
Dialogic Curriculum: Pillar 4• Invite and empower students to join me in a  broadly defined field of inquiry.• Engaging di...
Assignments•   Changemaker paper•   From problems to topics & topics to questions•   Proposals with a focus on good resear...
Honduras   The Depths of Poverty   Ibrahim H AbdelhamidAP Images
HIV-AIDS EPIDEMIC IN         INDIASPECIFICALLY TARGETING CHILDREN          By: ISHMEET KAUR
FrankPetricoin
“You are disturbedby my words.Good,” Wei said. “Ifyou don’t lie toyourself anymoreabout this world,then you can see itspro...
SOCIAL VENTURE CONSULTINGSocial Venture Consulting (SVC)provides pro bono consultingservices to non-profits thatbenefit th...
Holiday Lightsfirstprototype.
To what end?
Mahatma Gandhi “I have not the shadow of adoubt that any man or woman can achievewhat I have, if he or she would make thes...
In addition to supporting theresearch aspirations of its students andfaculty, our university can make nogreater contributi...
Four Attributes of SocialEntrepreneurs• Relentless• New Ideas• New forms of social organization• Measurable impact
Never doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizens canchange the world. Indeed, it is the onlything that ever...
Social entrepreneurship can be an effectivemeans of motivating research.It works best when positioned in a dialogiccurricu...
Thank you for your attention.      progers2@gmu.edu         @drprogers
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  • Beginning where students are. This works for me to help establish a tone in my class.
  • Personal relevance
  • My first week in D.C. I was introduced by my friend Erin Krampetz
  • My first week in D.C. I was introduced by my friend Erin Krampetz
  • My first week in D.C. I was introduced by my friend Erin Krampetz
  • My first week in D.C. I was introduced by my friend Erin Krampetz
  • My first week in D.C. I was introduced by my friend Erin Krampetz
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jk5LI_WcosQ
  • Percentage of obese children by state in the u.s.
  • Why should we care?-The United States supported the Honduran presidential election and looks to aid Honduras in getting on their feet if they can carry the majority of the responsibilities.They are not far from US so it is easier to help those who are closerHurricane Mitch devistated Honduras in 1998 after so much progress in government and infrastructure. Lowered the morale of the citizensThey hold 60% of all AIDS cases in central americaOne of the poorest Countires in the western hemisphere
  • Social Entrepreneurship and Undergraduate Research

    1. 1. “Social Entrepreneurship and Undergraduate Research” Faculty Institute on Undergraduate Researchin the Arts, Humanities, and Humanistic Social Sciences June 27, 2012
    2. 2. Undergraduate Research and Social Entrepreneurship• Social entrepreneurship and Ashoka• UR through the lens of my undergraduate teaching in 3 courses and “a dialogic curriculum”• Engagement matters• Some pitfalls• Leading institutional change
    3. 3. List 10 people who inspire you.
    4. 4. List 10 people who inspire you.Choose 3 people from your listand identify the character traits that inspire you.
    5. 5. List 10 people who inspire you.Choose 3 people from your list andidentify the character that enabled them to make a change. Write two paragraphs about how your life would be different if youhave more of these qualities in your life.
    6. 6. The Wall ofInspiration
    7. 7. Four Attributes of SocialEntrepreneurs• Relentless• New Ideas• New forms of social organization• Measurable impact
    8. 8. An introduction to changemakers and social entrepreneurs
    9. 9. John Muir (U.S.), naturalist and conservationist,established the National Park System and helpedfound the Sierra Club.
    10. 10. Florence Nightingale (U.K.), founder ofmodern nursing, established the first school fornurses and fought to improve hospitalconditions.
    11. 11. Benjamin Franklin (U.S.) Formed the firstpublic lending library in America.
    12. 12. Muhammad Yunus (Bangladesh), founder theGrameen Bank and microfinance.
    13. 13. Who would you Four Attributes of Socialadd to this list Entrepreneursthat meets • Relentlessthese fourcriteria? • New Ideas • New forms of social organization • Measurable impact
    14. 14. Social entrepreneurship:The application of entrepreneurial solutionsand sustainable business practices to theworld’s most challenging social problems.The application of business practices in thepursuit of a social and/or environmentalmission. “Understanding Social Entrepreneurship” by Jill Kickul and Thomas S. Lyons
    15. 15. Sound Bytes 3 (Bornstein) "Social entrepreneurs identify resources where others only see problems. They view the villagers as the solution, not the passive beneficiary. They begin with the assumption of competence and unleash resources in the communities theyre serving." — David Bornstein, ‘How to Change the World’
    16. 16. http://www.ssireview.org/articles/entry/ten_nonprofit_funding_models/
    17. 17. Four Attributes of SocialEntrepreneurs• Relentless• New Ideas• New forms of social organization• Measurable impact
    18. 18. Four Attributes of Social Four Attributes of aEntrepreneurs Social Enterprise• Relentless • Jim Gray and Miles Myers• New Ideas • “Teachers Teaching Teachers”• New forms of organization • University – K12 Partnerships• Measurable impact • 950,000 students taught by NVWP TCs since 1978
    19. 19. Funding Model• Fees for services• Grant money• University support• Development
    20. 20. Funding Model• Fees for services• Grant money• University support• Development
    21. 21. Vinoba Bhave & the Land Gift MovementAsking those without land to share it with those who have none 1 Million Acres
    22. 22. Ashoka Fellows: Living Stipends to Bring Ideas toScale
    23. 23. Influencer Making the Case: Social Innovation for Higher EducationThursday, J 26, 1:30-7pm, Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, DC uly
    24. 24. Sound Bytes 3 (Bornstein) "Social entrepreneurs identify resources where others only see problems. They view the villagers as the solution, not the passive beneficiary. They begin with the assumption of competence and unleash resources in the communities theyre serving." — David Bornstein, ‘How to Change the World’
    25. 25. ResourcesAshoka: www.ashoka.org www.changmakers.comwww.ashokau.orgAspen Institute: www.aspeninstitute.orgEchoing Green: www.echoinggreen.orgNet Impact: www.netimpact.orgNext Billion: www.nextbillion.netSkoll Foundation: www.skollfoundation.org/skoll-entrpreneursSocial Enterprise Alliance: www.se-alliance.org#socent
    26. 26. ResourcesE-180: www.e-180.comCSR Wire: www.csrwire.comChange.org: www.change.orgStanford Social Innovation Reviewwww.ssir.review.orgFast Company: social responsibility:www.fastcompany.com/topics/ethonomicsSocial Edge: www.socialedge.orgNext Billion: www.nextbillion.netAlltop: social entrepreneurship: http://social-entrepreneurship.alltop.com
    27. 27. Undergraduate Research and Social Entrepreneurship• Social Entrepreneurship and Ashoka• Through the lens of my undergraduate teaching in 3 courses and “a dialogic curriculum”• Engagement matters• Some pitfalls• Leading institutional change
    28. 28. Engaging students early on in a joint inquiry into the work of Ashoka Fellowsand introduce the idea of entrepreneurial solutions to global challenges.
    29. 29. Social Entrepreneurs: Creating Innovative Solutions to Global ChallengesDerek Ellerman is creating a citizen movement to stop the annualtrafficking of more than 20,000 foreign nationals and over100,000 American children in the United States of America.
    30. 30. Social Entrepreneurs: Creating Innovative Solutions to Global Challenges
    31. 31. AngolaBurundi (radio only)Cote dIvoireDR CongoEthiopia (radio only)IndonesiaKenyaLebanonLiberiaMoroccoNepalPakistanPalestineSierra LeoneZimbabwe
    32. 32. Dialogic Curriculum (Stock, 1995): Pillar 1• Invite and empower students to join me in a broadly defined field of inquiry.• Stock, P. The Dialogic Curriculum. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton Cook/Heinemann, 1995.
    33. 33. Global and/or Local?
    34. 34. Health Care Crisis of Afghanistan
    35. 35. Many challenges require cross-, inter- , and transdisciplinary solutions.
    36. 36. A Pc ra b ad a ce s tm e ii d cc e
    37. 37. Assignments• Changemaker paper• From problems to topics & topics to questions• Proposals with a focus on good research questions• Annotated bibliography• Interviewing an expert• Empathy assignment• Research paper (H.I.P.S with modifications)• Mini-conference & visual presentations• Entrepreneurial life-plan• Business plan• Op-ed
    38. 38. Moving research away fromdecontextualized knowledge towards a greaterunderstanding of agency and motives.
    39. 39. Fabio Rosa Agronomist• Ashoka Fellow whose initiatives have focused on rural electrification and the use of sustainable energy sources.
    40. 40. Ethnography
    41. 41. Mark HanisPolitical Science Reviewing public records
    42. 42. Assignments• Changemaker paper• From problems to topics & topics to questions• Proposals with a focus on good research questions• Annotated bibliography• Interviewing an expert• Empathy assignment• Research paper (H.I.P.S with modifications)• Mini-conference & visual presentations• Entrepreneurial life-plan• Business plan• Op-ed
    43. 43. HIPS an alternative structure for research papersHarms - Describe with depth and complexity all of the associated harms.Inherency - Provide a multi-causal explanation for the problem focusing on systemic elements.Plan – Compares the approaches of variouschangemakers to the status quo.Solvency – Which approach best minimizes the harms and ameliorate the causes?
    44. 44. Dialogic Curriculum: Pillar 2• Invite and empower students to join me in a broadly defined field of inquiry.• Engaging diverse groups of learners as whole persons.
    45. 45. Assignments• Changemaker paper• From problems to topics & topics to questions• Proposals with a focus on good research questions• Annotated bibliography• Interviewing an expert• Empathy assignment• Research paper (H.I.P.S with modifications)• Mini-conference & visual presentations• Entrepreneurial life-plan• Business plan• Op-ed
    46. 46. The Empathy Paper
    47. 47. The Empathy PaperTask DescriptionStep 1: Write a vivid and compelling account that describes in asmuch detail as possible the experience of someone who has firsthand experience with the global challenge you areinvestigating. Try to capture the many complexities of the issuethat are made visible by the persons individual experience. Usequotes, images, and any other material you can find to allow thepersons words and experience to take center stage for thereader.Step 2: Give a short 5-minute in-class presentations relating tothe material you have read.Step 3: Bring excerpts from the eyewitness accounts you haveused. In class we will compare and contrast the reactions ofwitnesses to different challenges.
    48. 48. Dialogic Curriculum: Pillar 3• Invite and empower students to join me in a broadly defined field of inquiry.• Engaging diverse groups of learners as whole persons.• Fostering a highly interactive classroom culture in which knowledge is truly co-created from among a variety of rich inputs.
    49. 49. Erin Krampetz
    50. 50. Shin Fujiyama
    51. 51. Reba Elliot
    52. 52. Mahesh Joshi
    53. 53. Video resources
    54. 54. Workshopping Assignments• Changemaker paper• From problems to topics & topics to questions• Proposals with a focus on good research questions• Annotated bibliography• Interviewing an expert• Empathy assignment• Research paper (H.I.P.S with modifications)• Mini-conference & visual presentations• Entrepreneurial life-plan• Business plan• Op-ed
    55. 55. ANABOLIC STEROIDS: More than a Drug Joshua Panwala
    56. 56. Son of Migrant: Ramazan Salman
    57. 57. Save DarfurThey Cannot Go Unnoticed
    58. 58. Incarceration in America
    59. 59. Creating playgrounds suitable for all children
    60. 60. Social Entrepreneurship: The Roots of Change College Changemakers• Derek Ellerman• Mark Hanis• J.B. Schramm• ASHOKA.ORG
    61. 61. HIV HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN SOUTH AFRICA FAILURE: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES.2009Riem Elimam.
    62. 62. Education and Literacy in Ethiopia Eric Hosmer
    63. 63. By America MongeTHE CRUELTY OF ANIMALTESTING
    64. 64. Hate CrimesBy: Stephanie Lai
    65. 65. Violence on the BorderGangs and DrugsBy: Michael D’Arrigo
    66. 66. Save the Bay
    67. 67. A Lost Childhood E.M.
    68. 68. • Although child sexual abuse is reported almost 90,000 times a year, the rates of unreported abuse are far greater
    69. 69. It is estimated that 1in 3 girls and about 1in 6 boys hasexperienced at leastone episode ofsexual abuse whileyounger than 18years. The numbersof boys affected maybe falsely lowbecause of reportingtechniques
    70. 70. • 90% of victims knew their abuser • 75% of victims were abused by a family member• The most common form of incest is between girls and their fathers
    71. 71. A child of about 5 or older becomes conflicted bya sense of loyalty or affection towards theirabuser and a sense of what they are doing isterribly wrong.
    72. 72. There are 2 statutes fromwhich definitions of childsexual abuse can be found;civil (child protective) andcriminal.
    73. 73. Felonies are punishable by 10-25 years in prison and up to $$20,000 in fines. There is a minimum 5 yearsentence for those found guilty of sex crimes against children.
    74. 74. A definite correlation exists between childhoodsexual abuse and adult mental disorders. The long- term consequences can impact one’s personality development.
    75. 75. Feelings ofhelplessness andshame that followabuse often remaininternalized…
    76. 76. Adult victims of childhood sexual abuse arelikely to develop mental disorders,personality disorders, organic disorders,anxiety disorders, major affective disorders,suicidal tendencies, and major depressivedisorders.
    77. 77. Seeking support after having been sexually abused as achild benefits the well-being of the victim, and brings onecloser in the recovery process to regaining stability.In 1997, Vicki Bernadet founded FADA. Since then,many organizations providing support have openedtheir doors in order to help victims regainpsychological stability.
    78. 78. It wasn’t until recently that organizations began to open their doors due to the silence that was somewhat forced upon victims by society.
    79. 79. • In order to promote awareness, organizations like FADA work with educational institutions and the media.• The programs are aimed at detecting possible cases of abuse and providing counseling when necessary.
    80. 80. Children don’tusually say thatthey were abusedin astraightforwardmanner.
    81. 81. Perceptive parents notice changes and respond.
    82. 82. Warning Signs: • Fear of particular people/places • Sleeping troubles (nightmares, bedwetting) • Behaviors unusual for child’s age group (stimulating sexual acts with dolls) • An older child may behave like a younger child • Unexplained bruises, redness, or bleeding • Pain at genitals, anus, or mouth • Genital sores and/ or fluid in genital area
    83. 83. Informing children proper names of body partsand teaching age appropriate sexual information can help prevent abuse.
    84. 84. • Teach the difference between OK touching and NOT OK touching.• Remind children to tell you if anyone touches their privates, even if its supposed to be a secret.
    85. 85. In order tobeginreducing thenumber ofcases,children ANDadults mustget educationon thesubject.
    86. 86. Dialogic Curriculum: Pillar 4• Invite and empower students to join me in a broadly defined field of inquiry.• Engaging diverse groups of learners as whole persons.• Fostering a highly interactive classroom culture in which knowledge is truly co-created from among a variety of rich inputs.• Focus on what’s next for the learners.
    87. 87. Assignments• Changemaker paper• From problems to topics & topics to questions• Proposals with a focus on good research questions• Annotated bibliography• Interviewing an expert• Empathy assignment• Research paper (H.I.P.S with modifications)• Mini-conference & visual presentations• Entrepreneurial life-plan• Business plan• Op-ed
    88. 88. Honduras The Depths of Poverty Ibrahim H AbdelhamidAP Images
    89. 89. HIV-AIDS EPIDEMIC IN INDIASPECIFICALLY TARGETING CHILDREN By: ISHMEET KAUR
    90. 90. FrankPetricoin
    91. 91. “You are disturbedby my words.Good,” Wei said. “Ifyou don’t lie toyourself anymoreabout this world,then you can see itsproblems and whatis required to solvethose problems”
    92. 92. SOCIAL VENTURE CONSULTINGSocial Venture Consulting (SVC)provides pro bono consultingservices to non-profits thatbenefit the GreaterWashington D.C. community.SVC specifically focuses onOrganization and Strategyconsulting for small andmedium sized non-profits andsocial enterprises.
    93. 93. Holiday Lightsfirstprototype.
    94. 94. To what end?
    95. 95. Mahatma Gandhi “I have not the shadow of adoubt that any man or woman can achievewhat I have, if he or she would make thesame effort and cultivate the same hope andfaith.”
    96. 96. In addition to supporting theresearch aspirations of its students andfaculty, our university can make nogreater contribution tosociety than by educating a newgeneration of socially responsible,empathetic, and ethical leaders,who take the initiative to affect society’sprogress themselves.
    97. 97. Four Attributes of SocialEntrepreneurs• Relentless• New Ideas• New forms of social organization• Measurable impact
    98. 98. Never doubt that a small group ofthoughtful, committed citizens canchange the world. Indeed, it is the onlything that ever has.Margaret Mead
    99. 99. Social entrepreneurship can be an effectivemeans of motivating research.It works best when positioned in a dialogiccurriculum in which everyone is learning andsharing their learning.Involving undergraduates in research andlearning how the knowledge we make and sharecan address the world’s most pressing problemsis an opportunity and an obligation.
    100. 100. Thank you for your attention. progers2@gmu.edu @drprogers

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