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Social Entrepreneurship & the Business of Civic Engagement Panel

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Social Entrepreneurship & the Business of Civic Engagement, a panel discussion that took place on Monday January 26, 2015, was moderated by Dean of Arts & Sciences Laurie Patton. This deep and meaningful discussion delved into the commonalities, the differences, the questions, the concerns, and the current and future role of social innovation, service learning, and civic engagement in higher education. Panel participants included several special guests as well as a plenary of Duke faculty and program leaders listed below.

Bill Wetzel – Clinton Global Initiative University
Marina Kim – Ashoka U
MacKenzie Moritz – The Franklin Project
David Scobey – The New School for Public Engagement
Tony Brown – Co-Director, Hart Leadership Program and Founder, Enterprising Leadership Initiative, Sanford School
Robert Malkin – Director, Duke Engineering World Health
David Malone – Director, Duke Service Learning Program
Eric Mlyn – Assistant Vice Provost for Civic Engagement and Executive Director, DukeEngage
Matt Nash – Managing Director of Social Entrepreneurship, Duke I&E
Thomas Nechyba – Director, Social Sciences Research Institute, Duke

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