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Monday, January 27 2020
4:30pm - 5:45pm
Scheller College of Business, Room 223
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joshuaburr@gatech.edu

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Ideas to Serve Workshop Series: System Change & Stakeholder/Network Mapping

Passionate about a social/environmental issue but not sure where to start (or have you started, and not sure where to next)? Attend the weekly workshops to learn different tools that will help you with your problem discovery journey. Check-out all the resources I2S offers on our website ile.gatech.edu/i2s

This workshop will focus on focus on identifying relevant and credible sources when researching social and environmental issues. With the help of GT librarian Cynthia Kutka and Elizabeth Holdsworth, you will work in small groups and dive into various social issues, both from a problem and from a solutions perspective.

In preparation for this session, we encourage you to watch "It's about the systems, stupid" (Patrick Moriarty).

Participation in the Ideas to Serve Competition fulfills the Final Deliverable requirement for the SLS Innovating for Social Impact Program.

Please note this workshop series is part of MGT4803 J: Social Impact, but you don’t have to be enrolled in the course to attend the workshops.

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