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How Social Innovation is Emerging Across Canadian Campuses

February 5, 2016

by Miles DePaul & Sean Campbell

Co-directors of Scaled Purpose

We all want to create a fertile environment for those with creative and ambitious ideas that address a social or environmental challenge near and dear to their heart.

How we get there is the question most campuses across Canada are facing, and where to begin is the question many are asking today. Do we focus on courses and providing a foundation of knowledge for students to thrive? Do we focus on extracurriculars with student clubs, pitch competitions, and conferences? Do we focus on certain students, within specific departments or open our social impact programming up to any and all students interested?

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