This event focused on social entrepreneurship in the 21st century and the potential for its institutionalization as a master’s degree at Middlebury College, in affiliation with the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Social entrepreneurship is a pragmatic way for students to implement their liberal arts education while still in college. Social entrepreneurs develop innovative solutions to society’s most pressing issues and, rather than relying on government or business sectors, solve problems by changing the system, spreading the solution, and persuading societies to take new leaps. The lecture explores what it means to be a social entrepreneur and a student, and how Middlebury College could take a leadership role in initiating this process.


Welch, Wilford

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