Monthly Archive: October, 2012

Which leader do I have a Pinterest board dedicated too?


THE PROBLEM/IDEA Skills such as empathy, team work, motivation, communication, self awareness, conflict resolution are attributes that are often noted as top skills that are held by successful leaders and desired by employers;… Continue reading

The irony of interviewing a reporter


Being a journalism student, I’ve often felt the role I would take in social entrepreneurship would simply be writing about it. Doing social entrepreneurship is no small task, and I believe it’s efforts… Continue reading

Interview with Nikola Tesla? Yes please.


  I think I’m just as much curious about everything already in the world as I am passionate about creating new ideas in the world.  I think the person I would most like… Continue reading

How to Design the Most Interesting Midterm in the World


This week we presented our midterm projects to the Do Good, Better class. We were divided into groups of three and asked to map out the key players, the flow of power, the… Continue reading

My Takeaways


Normally a two hour class full of presentations doesn’t go by very quickly, but Tuesday’s class was definitely an exception. I thought each group did an incredible job, and I also thought it… Continue reading

Learning how to learn…. it actually happened


Can we agree on how cool this midterm was? Can we sit back and recognize that we were entranced for two hours? Can we concede the fact that this project was a huge… Continue reading

Wherever You Are, Be There


A midterm actually taught me real lessons that apply to my life?  What?!  Not only that, but it was incredibly difficult to narrow them down to only three.  But here’s a shot at… Continue reading

Oh, I want to do it again!


I would have to say, everything I want to do for the education system can, on a small scale, be succinctly felt in what we accomplished in this midterm: real education for applicable… Continue reading

Olivia’s Takeaways


I loved this project, and I loved all of the presentations. Every group did such a great job of mapping out the issues and presenting them to class! A couple of things I… Continue reading

The Goodness that Surrounds Us


The three most prominent takeaways I… took away from this midterm can be organized into the three largest portions of this midterm. First: Preparation and Research The first takeaway was an overwhelming feeling… Continue reading

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