“We’re teaching the children that ceramics are another positive way for self-expression,” said Huy Chu, an assistant professor of art and design professor who led two classes for the Girl Scout troop.
As part of Bellarmine’s Alternative Spring Break program, each trip was designed to encourage students to develop a deeper understanding of social issues and a personal sense of social responsibility.
For the seminar titled “Ask Not What Your Community Can Do for You: Sustainability and Social Innovation," students addressed the goals of their choice with projects designed to impact their community.
Starting this month, the burger chain's Future 22 campaign is featuring a total of 22 young Black leaders via YouTube, Instagram and a series of nationwide TV and radio ads.
Tamara Quick knew her son could overcome his dyslexia, but his teachers were no help. Now she's working to help other parents in similar situations by founding a new nonprofit.
Yum Brands' franchise accelerator fellowship program is a partnership with historically black Howard University and the University of Louisville that aims to improve equity for underrepresented people.
Guest, an M.Ed candidate at Vanderbilt's Peabody College of Education and Human Development, discusses her participation in a program focused on education equity.
The upcoming Sullivan Foundation event, taking place April 1-3, will deliver the same inspiring and life-changing results for student changemakers in a new locale: Staunton, Virginia.
Lori Babb learned that you should “never underestimate the greatness you hold within you. Hone your skill sets, continually learn from the world around you and harness your internal power.”
Aimed at students who are already leaders or who want to become leaders, the course provides a foundation for designing innovation and change in a complex and interconnected world.