|March 30, 2015|
David Bornstein and the Symposium for Civic Engagement
David Bornstein, New York Times writer and thought leader in social innovation, will deliver a keynote address on “The Possible Nation: Practical Ideas for Building a Better Society" on Monday, March 30th, at 4pm in Bauer Hall, Room 210.
The lecture will be followed by a book signing and reception at 5pm. During this time, the Symposium for Civic Engagement will take place on the 2nd floor balcony of Bauer Hall. Students, faculty, and staff will be available to talk with attendees about their civic and community engagement initiatives, ranging from community-based courses to service projects to long-term partnerships with impact in St. Louis and beyond.
The Gephardt Institute for Public Service is sponsoring the evening’s events along with co-sponsors Apple, Brown School, Dell, and Skandalaris Center.
|April 01, 2015|
Goldman Fellows Application Deadline
The Goldman Fellows Program is a unique opportunity for undergraduates to spend a summer in St. Louis with other WU students who care about the St. Louis community.
Learn more about the program and how to apply here.
|April 10, 2015|
Civic Engagement Fund Round 5 Deadline
The Gephardt Institute’s Civic
Engagement Fund provides support for service projects and community
engagement events throughout the year. All students (undergraduate,
graduate, and professional), faculty and staff are eligible to apply for
group or individual service projects. Funding amounts are variable
based on the budget, duration, and scope of the project. Most grants do
not exceed $500.
Learn more about the fund here.
|April 23, 2015|
Ethic of Service Awards
5:30pm-9:00pm, Knight Center Dining Room